Put in brand new stator made for my year but plugs were diff. so i cut the plugs and now can not figure out proper wire matching from stator red white green blue... from wire harness on quad white red green brown....tryed matching all up white to white green to green red to red brown to blue.....does not run .....tryed a couple other combos got quad to start but back fires in carb as soon as i touch the gas then dies................please help at wits end
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Simply put, it won't work. New oven=white is neutral, black and red are power but not on the same "leg", and green is ground. If you use a meter, black and red should give you 208-230 or so volts. Wires from wall=White is neutral, blank is voltage (probably 120 or so volts) and bare copper is ground. The dual voltage plug can be used for either 125 or 250 volts, not both as required by the new oven. Need an new circuit pulled and wire/breaker matched to new oven power requirements.
dont guess. ouch, the FSM shows all connector pin outs in the rear. you never said the year. nor country diff, countries have different harness colors.?????? my 04' FSM shows. 2 wires. (not counting case and big wire) the 2 plug. called A11 plug. a11 pin 2 white red. charge lamp. a11 pin1 black white,,, IG fuse.
but where are the, page 9a-16 shows that. harness side, key up, locking key up 1, 2 , X ( x is blank socket pin) left to right. 1 blk-wh 2 whit red,
Check the wiring on the connector plugs make sure all the wires are the same color on both sides, red to red blue to blue and so on. I had the same problem After replacing a stator and just plugging it in,after two weeks a new cdi and coil i noticed there were two wires transposed.
First of all I would highly reccommend you use a wiring harness such as the Metra 70-1784 or the Scosche VW01B for two reasons; 1) it will make things 10 times easier for you and 2) it will keep all your factory wiring intact.
If you want to tackle this without using a wire harness do not just go and cut off your factory plugs, leave them on in case you ever need to change out the radio to a different model/brand of if you ever decide to sell the car or trade it in you can put your factory radio back in and keep your nice new radio for the new car. Just tap into the wires behind the plugs and make sure to insulate your connections really well so you don't pop fuses or worse.
Here's the wire colors and what they do:
12 volt constant wire - Red/blue Ground wire - Brown Radio ignition wire - Red (thicker red wire) Radio illumination wire - Gray/blue
Front left speaker - Red/green (+) and Brown/green (-) Front right speaker - Red (+) and Brown/red (-) Rear left speaker - Blue/white (+) and Brown/white (-) Rear right speaker - Blue (+) and Brown/blue (-)
If you're using a amplified antenna adapter that has a blue wire attached to it, connect that blue wire to the thicker red radio ignition wire.
there should be 4 wires total for altornator. one large red(main feed hot all the time)a smaller red. but alittle larger than the white (also main feed hot all the time) white hot with key on and the smallest wire of them all should be a brown will go to single plug on side of altornator
MMM, fun... for a start the 3 whites should be right no matter which way they go, the other 4 i'd look at whether they have male or female conectors if possible, if they're bunched together etc, two should be from the ignition, and I think the other 2 are pos. & neg for the coil or coil + and one for earth, depending on the wiring of your bike
glad you posted what colors you do have , cause 2 resources didn't match ,actually 3 , i did find a match to your colors was a 97 year model premium radio, so we have a match .....
black/ light green = ground dark green = left front spkr + purple = right front spkr + blue/white = right rear spkr - brown/blue = left rear spkr - brown/yellow = left rear spkr + blue/orange = right rear spkr + black/yellow = park lamps brown/red = left front spkr - orange = dimmer signal pink = fused battery + green/red = radio choke relay red/white = fused ignition blue/red = right front spkr -