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When I bought the bike everything worked fine. When I got it they had put in the xenon high and low beams. I noticed that there is a lot of wiring and parts. They tapped in the wire harness that goes to the tac and speedometer. The back lick works. Still orange and the neutral and directional lights work. Before it stopes working it was intermittently working. I think a wire is not connected or something. I took it apart but I don't no what wire controls what. Thank you if anyone can help.

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  • joel_gauthie May 29, 2011

    Sorry. I don't believe I left that out. Yes a gsxr 750 2004. I all ready re-wired the back blinkers( they are aftermarket led and who ever did it was a hack ) I'm not a pro.... But I have it all a part and if I new what wire did what I think I can fix it.
    Thank you for you help. Been driving me nuts. I bought it around a year ago and it intermitinly worked for few weeks then now nothing.

  • joel_gauthie May 29, 2011

    I am not sure if you got my last post.

  • joel_gauthie May 29, 2011

    Ok. Thank you. I found a free owners manual online. But it looks like it was scanned in and really hard to read cause I can not enlarge. I can't wait to see if I can fix it. I'm one of those guys that thinks he can do any thing. Lol. Thanks

  • joel_gauthie May 31, 2011

    Thank you for that. I also found one online. But both very hard to read. I have read so many threads trying to figure it out. There is a ground box with 5-6 black and black and white wires going in it. One guy said he just cut to conecter off and put all the wires together. But when I tested the wires two of them have power. Can ground wires for head light still show power? If that doesn't work. If I only new what color wires were for the speed and tac I can trace them and figure it out. And thoughts or ideas?

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Hello and welcome to FixYa!

Sir I understand what you're going through. This will really need a professional electrician to trace everything out. But since that you want to do it your way, a wiring diagram will surely be helpful. It's wiser than guessing on what to fix.

Sir, I provided a wiring diagram that may help you out. It's a small file and a little enhancement will be necessary for you to have a better picture. I just thought that this might help.

Please check out the link I provided. Please click here http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3123/3151073092_d0c15e0356.jpg

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    afarri Jun 01, 2011

    If the ground wires for head and tail lights are still connected it will surely give power, not unless the positive battery connector is disconnected.

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What model or you working on. I'm guessing it is a gsx-r but till i know for sure i'm not going to be to much help. I would like it if you could get back to me with the yr and model, when i have that i can get you the wire diagram and help you get it fixed.
I'm not going to lie about this but if your not confident in wiring it may be something you want your local shop to handle. If you take your time and ask for help with things your not sure about i'm sure you can handle it without a problem.
I'm looking forward to hearing back from you with the info i need to help you get the bike running like it should.
M.Woodring

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    mark woodring May 29, 2011

    Here is what i'm going to do, i believe i still have the wiring diagram for your bike in my files of ****, i'll look around and hopefully it's there if not i need to get back in the files so i'll find where i downloaded it at and send it to. while i do that you'll need a soldering iron, solder w a flex core if not you'll need flux, electrical tape and if you can swing it shrink tube. this will make for clean install (because that is what this is going to be) i'll see if i can find that paper work in the am i'm bet tonight and need to run to the shop. I'll send you email in the morning after i'm done running around and we'll get this fixed right.
    Talk to in the am
    Mark

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    mark woodring May 29, 2011

    if it was in regards to the yr and model yes i got it.

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