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Autu Parts DRZ400 Ignition Switch for Suzuki 371

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Ignition Switch 37110-29F00 Replacement for Suzuki DRZ400S 2000-2019, Replacement for Suzuki DRZ400SM 2005-2009

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Packing list: 1 x Ignition Switch

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It was wired up in such a way that it was easy to bump start & yet the dash & lights were not constantly on to draw the battery. Considering he hot glued all the ignition wires together, I'm not sure how he did this. Or if it's just some kind of feature of the DRZ. He pulled the starter fuse, so that button is unresponsive. But bump starting these guys is pretty easy.

On to what I need help with. The ignition switch has 4 wires coming out of it:

Those have been clipped very close to the switch. The plug coming from the main body harness has 4 wires to a green female plug:

The male end of the plug (which I think would have come from the ignition switch), has:
  • brown with green spliced into it
  • orange
  • red
  • gray

How do I wire this back up? I don't think there's enough wire coming out of the switch to just solder & reconnect, but they're might be. Even if there was though, what does the gray go to & do I connect the green & brown from the switch to the green & brown coming off the plug? Seems weird because they'd both be connecting to that same wire coming off the main harness. And there's no gray coming from the ignition switch, so where does that connect to?

Lastly, since I just lost my job, money is tight. I found some ignition switches on eBay for ~$80, but also found cheaper generic switches for much less. I imagine if I found a cheap 4 wire keyed ignition switch, I can just get one of those generic ones & splice the right wires in? I guess just need to know what to connect to what. And i'm still curious about the green brown splice.
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I just don't brag about it.

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