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Hi guys I'm new to this forum so if there is already a post out there similar to this please direct me to it.

 

Okay so I purchased my bike not too long ago from a police auction for "DIRT" cheap so I knew there was going to be problems.

Ive been working with bike ever since I was about 10/11 but I'm used to bikes with carburettor etc pre 2008 I believe so when I picked this up and realised it was fuel injector I scratched my head a little but I'm up for the task. As I took all the plastics off to see what was missing and I realised there were a few wires just dangling and therefore was wondering what in the world they could have been attached to and is now missing! Please advise as summer is coming and I'm looking forward to getting back on bikes.

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I'm guessing the first two blocks are for lights or something but I'm not too sure what the other ones are for

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4 hours ago, kutenda said:

 

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Look like some modification going on there but do you have any wires going to your intake air temp sensor thats on the intake boot  ?




 

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The white Coupler is a map mode selector . The coupler behind it could possibly go to your fuel pump but just a guess .


 

 

 

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You can download the manual online - most of the electric diagram in them. 

I've been at the diagram for roughly 4 hours but can't seem to figure out what exactly is going on

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Would a clearer picture of the two couplers give you a better understanding?

And the modified wife's seem to be running from the throttle a coupler connected to the throttle body but I'm so confused to why they're detached on this end. I can add more images if they would help

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1 minute ago, kutenda said:


Cheers mate, what I meant was I've been looking at the diagram since 6pm tracing all the wires but still can't figure it out

Diagram from the service manual or a OEM Parts website ? 

 

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Diagram from the service manual or a OEM Parts website ? 
 

The diagram from the service manual, one wire is black with brown (b/br) and the other one is green

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Just to be clear . Your IAT Sensor is Connected correct? Reason I ask is that is the same color combo I believe .

 

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Just to be clear . Your IAT Sensor is Connected correct? Reason I ask is that is the same color combo I believe .

 
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I can't believe it!! Could this honestly stop the bike from starting?

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19 minutes ago, kutenda said:


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I can't believe it!! Could this honestly stop the bike from starting?

Honestly I dont know but will certainly cause problems  .





 

7 hours ago, kutenda said:

 

Hi guys I'm new to this forum so if there is already a post out there similar to this please direct me to it.

 

Okay so I purchased my bike not too long ago from a police auction for "DIRT" cheap so I knew there was going to be problems.

Ive been working with bike ever since I was about 10/11 but I'm used to bikes with carburettor etc pre 2008 I believe so when I picked this up and realised it was fuel injector I scratched my head a little but I'm up for the task. As I took all the plastics off to see what was missing and I realised there were a few wires just dangling and therefore was wondering what in the world they could have been attached to and is now missing! Please advise as summer is coming and I'm looking forward to getting back on bikes.

 

 

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I'm also curious about the Coupler behind  the Map mode "white" coupler in the picture 

Have you followed your Engine kill switch wire down? is it connected ? 

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I'm also curious about the Coupler behind  the Map mode "white" coupler in the picture 

Have you followed your Engine kill switch wire down? is it connected ? 

Ye I've followed the kill switch wire and it is connected (image one)
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If it helps the wires are black and white one and red the other plus the connector looks chewed to hell!
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If you figure it out it would be much appreciated!!

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I'm also curious about the Coupler behind  the Map mode "white" coupler in the picture 

Have you followed your Engine kill switch wire down? is it connected ? 

I don't know if it's trouble but have you got a picture of your IAT with the wires attached to the connector connected to it so I could see which was I should solder them

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2 minutes ago, kutenda said:


If it helps the wires are black and white one and red the other plus the connector looks chewed to hell!
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If you figure it out it would be much appreciated!!

I'll look into it but I can see that the Red/white wire is disconnected from the Map Mode coupler . That needs to be reattached .

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I'll look into it but I can see that the Red/white wire is disconnected from the Map Mode coupler . That needs to be reattached .

Cheers for all the help mate, just give me a message whenever you're able to

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15 minutes ago, kutenda said:


I don't know if it's trouble but have you got a picture of your IAT with the wires attached to the connector connected to it so I could see which was I should solder them

Heres a picture of mine . The green is closest to the subframe 

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Heres a picture of mine . The green is closest to the subframe 
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Ahh cheers mate you've literally saved me from pulling out my hair!!

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