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I need to know where the pick up coil ties into on a 1991 fzr 1000 motorcycle , I have a grey wire and a black wire my book says to go to igniter box but I don't see where it would plug in at im getti

Everything I can think of ,im going crazy

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Gidday Mate this link might help you along there with the 1000
plus google up the wiring diagram pictures also.

1 Yamaha-fzr1000 89 Service Manual - Scribd

https://www.scribd.com/doc/.../1-Yamaha-fzr1000-89-Service-Manual
Hope that helps you along there Jeremy.

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