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Boas.
Tenho um rei quad 300 de 93 (?), Era de meu pai e ele terá perdido uma chave de ignição.
Como faço ligação direta a ver se dá arranque a assim ver se vale a pena arranjar o mota que está parada há uns 6 anos?
Antecipados agradecimentos!
 

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Boas.
Tenho um rei quad 300 de 93 (?), Era de meu pai e ele terá perdido uma chave de ignição.
Como faço ligação direta a ver se dá arranque a assim ver se vale a pena arranjar o mota que está parada há uns 6 anos?
Antecipados agradecimentos!
Translated:

Good.
I have a king quad 300 of 93 (?), It was my father's and he will have lost an ignition key.
How do I make a direct connection to see if it starts up and see if it is worth getting the bike that has been idle for 6 years?
Thanks in advance!
 

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Welcome to the forum.

You can usually remove the key housing and jump out the wires. You can purchase a replacement switch that will come with new keys .


Bem-vindo ao fórum.

Normalmente, você pode remover a caixa da chave e pular os fios. Você pode comprar um switch de substituição que virá com as novas chaves.
 

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OK,
Desde já, obrigado pela colaboração,
mas queria resolver agora e coloca-la a trabalhar e se assim acontecer, então compro ignição nova.
 

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OK,
Desde já, obrigado pela colaboração,
mas queria resolver agora e coloca-la a trabalhar e se assim acontecer, então compro ignição nova.
Translated:

OK,
Thanks in advance for your cooperation,
but I wanted to solve it now and get it to work and if it does, then I buy new ignition.

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Try using this to translate.


tente usar isso para traduzir

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OK,
Thanks in advance for your cooperation,
but I wanted to solve it now and get it to work and if it does, then I buy new ignition.
Anyway, I thought you were using the translator ...
 

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OK,
Thanks in advance for your cooperation,
but I wanted to solve it now and get it to work and if it does, then I buy new ignition.
Anyway, I thought you were using the translator ...
I am, however for the benefit of the members that may be trying to assist , or kindly welcome you, it is a process.

You can remove the lock assembly, exposing the wires and jump them temporarily. While it is out, order another one and replace it. Often, these machines use a rather generic key that is available. Someone here may chime in if they had experience with this on your specific model.
 
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