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I had to load my bike last night in the bed of a pick up and as i was loading it i disconnected these wire and now my bike wont start and the battery is makeing this clicking noise.The wires are red,black and green and and were pulled out of a plug dont no much about this problem but my buddy said it has something to do with my fuel in take. What i need to no is where the wires go it is numbered 1,2 and three what order do the wires go such as red 1 green 2 and black 3 would love to solve this problem right now. Th e big is 1993 harley davidson low rider custom

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Hi nicholas,

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those wired are for your bikes starter relay and starter solenoid, not for the fuel, because if it is, you should here your bike trying to start when you make it do so.

As you can see, the wires are color coded, but this is a custom unit, you may have the operation manual but the service manual may say otherwise.

on page 80 or later part of the document below, you will see where to put those wires back and get your bike going without taking it to the repair shop that may cost you about 150$

here are some good stuff about wiring as well.

hope this helps,



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