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post #1 of 31 Old 06-19-2009, 05:58 AM Thread Starter
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Help looking for the pulse trigger wire colour

Started a new post cos when i edited the last one the title didnt change. mods feel free to delete the other. Hi just installing a killswitch and im supposed to connect a wire to the pulse trigger wire on the stator can anyone help? there is 5 wires 3 yellow a green one and a yellow/blue wire.
i suspect its the yellow/blue wire going on a wiring diagram from a 450r

if anyone has a electrical diagram for the 700xx please pm me thanks
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It's tough to tell, I'm no good with wiring diagrams. But the service manual says that the green one is a Pulse Ground, I think you want positive? the Blue and Yellow one is labeled as a Input CKP Sensor Positive. The three yellow's go to the regulator, the blue/yellow and Green go to the ECM. So, I'd think it would be the Blue/Yellow. Hopefully someone else on here with a service manual who knows how to read a wiring diagram better than me can chime in.
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Just did a quick Google search, The CKP on the Blue/yellow wire stands for Crankshaft Position Sensor (no idea why it's not labeled CPS) Then googling Crankshaft Position Sensor killswitch, turned up with a bunch of pages listing how to run a killswitch off of that wire.
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ok thanks sounds like blue/yellow is my wire. Its a bugger of a position to get to the plug located under the fuel tank behind the header in behind everything else. thanks
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2 wirers coming out of the CKP sensor ,do you just short out the blue/yellow one or connect to another wire ?
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i believe "dont quote me" that with my killswitch is its an open system and when pulled it is closed 1 wire from that not sure if it was the short or long goes to yellow and blue and other wire goes to ground. this is information i have gathered not facts. hope it helps
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It doesn't really matter which way round the 2 kill switch wires go it will still work if connected to the right place.
The only down side if you get it wrong is you get a shock off your grip wire if you get it wrong (at least you do on a 450r).
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So to clarify, this means we put the kill switch between the blue/yellow wire and the quad's earth. Then when you pull the lanyard a circuit is made from the pulse trigger and earth, stopping the engine without any harm to anything!

Yes or No?
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this is how i understand it, i have yet to do this though, if you try it and it works let me know i was going to give it a shot in a few weeks when i get some time
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Cheers thanks, why do I have to be the guinea pig!
I'll have a go later and report back.
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