1967 Allstate 250 wiring diagram

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R1100purist
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1967 Allstate 250 wiring diagram

Post by R1100purist » Sat Oct 12, 2019 10:18 am

Hello all,
Working on my 1967 250 and I am going to redo the wiring...however, the illustration in the original manual of the wiring leaves something to be desired. Is there a colored wiring diagram out there or if not, something with a wire color explanation?

Thanks,
Owen
olpuchguy
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Re: 1967 Allstate 250 wiring diagram

Post by olpuchguy » Sun Oct 13, 2019 9:08 am

1969 SR125 sold
1964 150A sold
1965 150A sold
1958 175 Standard
1960 125 Hardtail
1980 Puch Magnum II
1960 Sears Allstate 123.94401 (Yardman Motorette) sold
1960(?) Sears Allstate 1233.94400 (Yardman Motorette) sold
1958 Sears 811.30 scooter sold
R1100purist
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Re: 1967 Allstate 250 wiring diagram

Post by R1100purist » Sun Oct 13, 2019 11:32 am

Ahh that is a little helpful, I guess more a schematic showing the path of the wires. My old harness is bad and so I am trying to make my own, but it seems a little circuitous (pun intended) the way the manual lays it out with no colors or any sort of labeling at all.
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Re: 1967 Allstate 250 wiring diagram

Post by olpuchguy » Sun Oct 13, 2019 11:40 am

Which manual are you using? Maybe I have a different one, than yours. I can cross-check if we're working off different schematics (if I was closer to my manuals at the moment, I'd check to see if I have a schematic with wire colors; will do that, in a while). I was going a little nuts trying to reattach the wires on my '58 175 Standard - nothing made sense...until I found out that the Standard has some differences vs. the Deluxe. Anyways - let me know.
1969 SR125 sold
1964 150A sold
1965 150A sold
1958 175 Standard
1960 125 Hardtail
1980 Puch Magnum II
1960 Sears Allstate 123.94401 (Yardman Motorette) sold
1960(?) Sears Allstate 1233.94400 (Yardman Motorette) sold
1958 Sears 811.30 scooter sold
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Re: 1967 Allstate 250 wiring diagram

Post by Draco63 » Mon Oct 14, 2019 10:20 am

The wiring diagram in my manual has all the colors listed next to the wires.
1964 Puch 250SGS Awaiting Repair
1967 Puch 250SGS Restored
1969 Puch 250SGS Running
1967 Matchless G15 CS Cafe Racer Restoration on temporary hold.
2002 Honda CBR F4i Running
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Re: 1967 Allstate 250 wiring diagram

Post by bocutter » Mon Oct 14, 2019 10:27 am

Draco63 wrote:
Mon Oct 14, 2019 10:20 am
The wiring diagram in my manual has all the colors listed next to the wires.
Same here. These manuals were produced in a time where colour printing costs would have been prohibitive. That was my business ... :lol:
'61 Puch DS60 (Allstate Compact) - sno-bike
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R1100purist
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Re: 1967 Allstate 250 wiring diagram

Post by R1100purist » Mon Oct 21, 2019 12:24 am

Thanks all!

Now that I have colors worked out, I may make a custom harness or, will the harness from motor west for the 175 roughly work for my 250?
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Re: 1967 Allstate 250 wiring diagram

Post by Draco63 » Mon Oct 21, 2019 4:27 pm

Motorwest has them for the 250. I would make my own there isn't anything special bout the harness. Just need some wire and a soldering iron. I've done 2 now.
1964 Puch 250SGS Awaiting Repair
1967 Puch 250SGS Restored
1969 Puch 250SGS Running
1967 Matchless G15 CS Cafe Racer Restoration on temporary hold.
2002 Honda CBR F4i Running
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Re: 1967 Allstate 250 wiring diagram

Post by Dr. Frankenstein » Sun Oct 27, 2019 9:48 pm

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