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Manuals and Wiring Diagrams will be located here...
 

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Hi CB350 Lovers
Does anyone have a link to a Parts List for a CB350K4? I have found a number of places with Parts Lists for the CB350 Four.
TomC in Ohio
 

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Sorry, I don't know where to find something like that. The link I provided is all I've ever needed as far as parts and their numbers.. It shows the parts breakdown/assemblies very clearly and all associated part numbers..?


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i have made a word doc. out of cmsl web site that i can email you but it is for a cb450
 

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You mean a parts fiche, like this??

http://www.cmsnl.com/honda-cb350-super- ... partslist/



GB :mrgreen:
cmsnl has what you need but, they are too friggin expensive.
They charged my credit card $221.00 for two clutch tools when I only ordered one and they would not rectify the situation.
Now I have two CBX clutch tools one of which is still in the package and it cost me 5 times what one would have cost me if I bought it here in the USA.
 

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A quick call to your credit card company would've solved that dilema. They'd do a charge back and problem solved..


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Bird76Mojo said:
A quick call to your credit card company would've solved that dilema. They'd do a charge back and problem solved..


GB :mrgreen:
My loss I guess but, I do have an extra CBX clutch tool.
My credit card experience is not all it should be for a 47 year old man.
 

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Hi Roundman
I believe that I have seen a Honda Parts List that I could download for the CB450 in my looking for a Honda Parts List for my CB350K4. I have downloaded them for all my SOHC/4s and my Super 90.
I am on a dial up connection. So using a parts fiche hosted by one of the online Honda parts dealers is very time consuming. I have done it for friends bikes.
I am amazed that there is not a copy for the CB350 out there!
TomC in Ohio
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i have made a word doc. out of cmsl web site that i can email you but it is for a cb450
 

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can anyone direct me to a cb350k3 (US model) wiring diagram...my bike, which seems very original and unmolested, is looking slightly different than what is in the factory service manual. I have come up with two black and white wires, and a brown wire in the headlight bucket which I cannot find on the wiring diagram.
 

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There IS an UNUSED, female ended, Brown wire inside the headlight shell on US versions.....It's common with the taillight brown wire and is part of the "park" circuit....
There should be FOUR Black/white stripe wires.... two of which are the coil positive sides, and the third is the double female connector ended one (into which they plug) which goes forward in the harness to the headlight shell, then connects to #4, which goes to the right side handlebar switchbox, and is powered when the "KILL" switch and key switch are on.....#4 may be solid black with just a white "tag" of shrink tubing near the plug......
 

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excellent info 66sprint...I think that answers all of my questions but I still got a situation where everything works except the starter(and possibly ignition...I was gonna check that once I got the starter working). I may have more pertinent questions once I get this new info sussed out.
 

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Re: No Starter. I traced my issue to the button on the handlebar. You can try xing the wires inside the headlight to see if that's it; I forget the colors(think one was Yellow/red). The button is lame so I rebuilt it with a little ingenuity, cleaning & bending.
 

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I don't think that the button is my issue as it worked fine before I tore everything down to paint the frame...but I will check as it's real easy as long as the bucket is open...
 

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YES, the yellow wire with red stripe..... Grounding it should "trigger" the solenoid if the key switch is "on"..... ;)
DID you re-instate the ground link from handlebar riser to the meter mount?....
DID you remove enough of that NEW paint from the frame for the main ground link from the battery to make a decent connection?
 

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66Sprint said:
YES, the yellow wire with red stripe..... Grounding it should "trigger" the solenoid if the key switch is "on"..... ;)
DID you re-instate the ground link from handlebar riser to the meter mount?....
what exactly does this link look like?
DID you remove enough of that NEW paint from the frame for the main ground link from the battery to make a decent connection?
yeah, I should probably do a little more scraping here, and on other various ground points...
 

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Hi guys, 66Sprint got it...I somehow lost that handlebar ground link/strap. I have a parts bike so I just grabbed it off the parts bike and everything works now. It's great to have you experts here to solve all my problems sight unseen. :)
 

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SL model specs links appear to be old. Soon-to-be SL350 owner collecting links to manuals, wiring diagrams, and helpful info. Any help appreciated.

Bob
 
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