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Ignition wires the wires at the back of the ignition have fallen out and i am not sure where they go

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They are counter cir uits so it dosnt matter wot way they go

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Hi Mason, I borrowed this from a Harley Davidson Tech Forum.
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Hi got honda vfr 750 runs ok battery not best but will start it possible is naw an agen it will stop ignition gos of an then come back on agen go to start it clicks and ignition gos of and come back on...

Can't be sure but it sounds like a bad connection with one of the battery cables or lead off wire from the battery. Most likely a ground wire is not making good connection, or one is damaged in the circuit. Clean your battery terminals and re tighten, then inspect the rest of the wiring coming from the battery power or ground for damage.

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Run back through your ignition to start with. I would suggest removing the tank so you can gain access to the wiring in and around the coil etc. Check all the wire connectors, i have had this problem before, where a wire looks connected but after a wiggle, will pull free. Check also the connection to the CDI unit, unplug it and if needs be a little blast into the connector (wire side) with WD40 or the like, just to make sure. Put it all back together again. I would also change the plug itself to one you know works. Failing that, coil pack, nackered CDI unit, broken plug cap, nackered ingition module on crank.

Its a process of elimination my friend. Hope this helps.

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Gsf 600 cuts out when riding ignition dies then comes back on .when stationary nuetral light flickers,try to turn on makes a connection sound ie electrical noise but does not fire up .have enough fuel and...

sounds like an ignition problem or a connection problem my freind .first disconnect the key to wire plug they sell electrical connecter cleaner fairly cheap being a 2000 the plug might be gummed up.if not that pull your ignition off most bike shops will tell you if its bad last but not least check for loose n corrooded wires around positive an negative starter n ignition. good luck hope i was of sure to disconect yer battery before all.

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The original wires, one blue and one white, were with the points ignition. The white wire should be the "Hot" wire. Now, look at your wiring diagram. The two white wires should go together to one side of the coil and the blue to the other. There is no positive or negative side of the coil, just two small primary winding terminals. Make sure the white wire from the ignition system is the "hot" or power wire for 12 volts. If you connect the ignition unit up backwards, it will damage it. To make sure the white wire on the bike is the hot wire, simply turn the ignition switch on and check this wire with a test light or volt meter. It should show battery voltage on it. That should be your setup, two white wires on one end of the coil and a blue wire on the other.

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I don't have spark. I already tested the box from where the sparkplug wires come from its good put in new plugs but still dont have spark it is a 1986 883sportster, can you help?

You should have two white wires going to one side of the coil. One of these wires comes straight from the "Run/Stop" switch. The "Run/Stop" switch gets it's voltage directly from the "ignition" breaker. Check to make sure you're getting voltage to the white wire on the coil with the ignition switch turned on. If not, trace the circuit back to the breaker.

If you're getting voltage to the two white wires, the voltage come to the coil via the wire from the "Run/Stop" switch. This supplies the coil with voltage and also is the voltage for the ignition box that is usually under the triangular shaped cover on the right side of the bike. There is also a "trigger sensor" in the timer cover on the right side of the engine. If you look under the backside of this cover, you'll see a wire loom coming out of the right engine cover. Follow this wire back along the frame until you come to a connector. This connector has three pins and sockets in it. Make sure they are clean making good contact.

If all this looks good, you may have either a bad ignition unit or a bad "trigger sensor" in the timer cavity.

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ill do a list of things that can help or be the problem.

1) Pull the coil off and wire brush down all the bare metal. then do the same to the frame where it bolted on. Make sure there is a grounded wire that bolts back onto the coil if there was one, Replace the wire end for the ground peice.

2) Pull off the spark end cap and cut the wire down a few mm until you see new wire then screw it back on. (if its NGK)

3) follow the wire from the kill switch and make sure it isnt grounding out.

4) Hotwire - find the kill switch and unplug it. if this doesnt help unplug the ignition key wiring. on older bikes it will work for ignition but not lights for the key part. if this helps you need a new Ignition barrel / Kill switch.

5) check your wiring harness make sure it isnt grounding anywhere exept where its ment to.

6) make your your engine to CDI is plugged in and has no oxide in it

7) try and find somone with a running bike the same as yours and borrow there CDI, if this helps you need to buy a new CDI or check yours for wiring shorts.

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Hi there,

Well you can please follow the below steps -
1. First of all gather all of the documents you will need for the installation, including the alarm system instructions and wiring diagrams. You can get wiring diagrams from the dealership (or from BMW site), from your motorcycle's original manual or online. Know the wiring colors, locations and polarities before you start.
2. Plan the installation to save time in the long run. Examine your motorcycle side-by-side with the diagrams. 
3. Get all of the necessary equipment together. The type of equipment you'll need will depend on the system you buy. 
4. Prepare the wiring. Find the motorcycle's battery, and disconnect the negative (-) terminal to avoid electrical shorts and battery drain.
5. Twist the wires of the same plug together and tape them with electrical tape. Once you finish wrapping these smaller bundles, tape them all together. Find the wires you will be connecting to on your bike.
6. Locate any additional wiring. Most of the wires will be running from the ignition of your motorcycle back toward the center of motorcycle to the fuse box. Open the ignition switch to test the wires to make sure they are the right ones. You will not be connecting to a wire near the ignition. You will need to follow the wire back towards the fuse box, closer to the mounted alarm system.
7. Remove the panels where your wires are located. Remember where all the screws and clips go.
8. Pick a location for installation. Find a spot that is not visible. 
9. Strap or adhere the system to a support brace or flat surface. If you use the adhesive pad that came with the system, make sure to prepare the surface with rubbing alcohol or a degreaser before mounting.
10. Test wire polarity first and then start connecting the wires to the correct locations. The best way to do this is by soldering or heat-shrinking the connections. You can also splice the wires and then tape them with electrical tape.
11. Know the wires. The ACC/Interface wire connects to the IGN/ACC wire located in the motorcycle's ignition switch harness. The wire you are looking for in the ignition switch harness should be 12 volts when the ignition is on, and should not show any voltage when the ignition switch is off. 
12. Find the engine immobilizer wires. Cut the side of the wire that leads back to the main power of the bike. Connect one end of the cut wire to the first immobilizer wire and the other end of the cut wire to the second immobilizer wire. 
13. Connect the power and ground wires directly to the battery terminals. You will need wrap-around clamps or terminals taps. 
14. Refer to the manual and make sure all of the system's functions are working properly. If you have any problems, read the troubleshooting section of the manual and check all of your connections.
15. Put all of the panels back on. Hope it helps........

Good Luck!!


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