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Wiring where does the 2 wires about an inch away from the ecu on a 1997 zx6r go

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    what colour are they



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Should they not go to the fuel relay?

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Image fuel pump relay suzuki side kick 1997 malaysia model

welcome to USA
our cars are not your cars
but i can tell you this
in the USA in the magic year 1996, (huge changes by law)
the FP relay was moved from bottom of ECU, (green socket )
pink wires
to the right side of the heater box. dash HVAC heater
drop glove box to see it.

btw Sidekicks are not sold to Malaysia.
it be VITARA there. relay #5
is if really is a sidekick here is your relay
1995 here

1996+ here #5 too.

again the pink wires tell you its FP relay
some times they get moved 2 inches, (50mm) or so out of order
by others. fiddling about here.

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Its flashing f1 what does that mean on my kawasaki zx6r 2007

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Instructions for replacing 1997 Jeep Wrangler 6cyl

Its an easy job! Disconnect the battery first! That's very importand! Then disconnect the wiring pack from the ECU. Some models are equipt with snap-systems, other with a screw-system to remove the wiring connector from the ECU. If done, there are three or four screws that hold the ECU in place with the body. Remove the screws and you hold the ECU in your hands. To buy a new or rebuilt ECU, reffer to the numbers shown on the label at your Wranglers ECU in combination with the V.I.N. To connect the new ECU with the wiring pack, be careful with the connector! You need to put him in the right position to connect with the ECU. Do it slow and make sure the connector fits to all points. Otherwise you'll bake some contacts inside the connector.

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