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* * Ok I have totally fryed my side stand relay diode on my 1997 Tl 1000s and
theirs no part number*in the book. Can someone tell me where I might find one?
Or if I'll need to make*one up myself. And if so what values do I need?
Also is their an aftermarket part available?

Thanks in advance.
JoWeTu

P.S. I did ask this question on the planet.
 

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post up a picture of the item
 

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htanks but its a guess

no surprise the twat hasnt been online since he posted the request.

WOFT.
 

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Just for future use I think a 100 ohm resistor will work also. It's been a few years but IIRC that's what I used on a regular relay that I had laying around.

You can buy some that already have the diode in it.
 

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Just for future use I think a 100 ohm resistor will work also. .......

You can buy some that already have the diode in it.
cven, you are probably thinking of a simple snubber circuit to control the inductive spike caused when relay coils are switched on and off.

However, what (I think) the OP was inquiring about (nearly 1.5 years ago) is the dual diode in the TLS loom that isolates the Side Stand Relay control line from the GPS.

The thread linked below deals with that issue.

http://www.tlzone.net/forums/help-forum/157330-tre-issues-diode-fault.html

See post #12 for a replacement diode pack.
 

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Six5 Ya I was thinking of the relay coil diode or resistor in my case.....forgot about the dual diode setup
 
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