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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-25-2011, 06:12 AM Thread Starter
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Question Need help with a few wires

Hey fellas anyone able to tell me where these wires go.

First I have 2 wires a orange and black they come off just back from the fuel pump connector.


4 wires directly from bottom of the fuse block. tied together going to nothing.
All red with grey tracer......


4 wires just back from fuse block. Tied together going to nothing.
white / green tracer ............ ........ found 4x4 switch has white / grn tracer
orange / yellow tracer............ ..... found orange/yellow dash harness not connected to anything.
red / green tracer
orange


Dash harness
2wires orange and a black
2 wired orange / yellow tracer and a black


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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-25-2011, 08:37 AM
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The dash wires are either the parking light or cigarette lighter plug
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I just whent and looked at mine. Pic#1 bigger orande and black- accesory they dont need to be hooked to anything. Pic #2 I couldnt trace without striping harness. Pic#3 I found some wires for you to check (Orange-yellow tracer & solid Orange - E-brake switch) then (Red-green tracer & White-green tracer - Override switch) Next (Red-grey tracer, White & blk - rear brake/tail light) And (Orange, blue-black tracer & black - Tip switch) Pic #4 orange & black again are accesory wires. I hope this helps.

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post #4 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-25-2011, 12:33 PM Thread Starter
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Thank you very much.

There was a broken eyelet on the hot side of the solenoid.
Do you think my "pic #3 needs to go to the solenoid?"

What do you guys coming off of your solenoid?
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No. I have my hot battery cable and a smaller red with orange tracer on one side and on the other side goes to starter and at the bottom there is a green (i think) and black that plug in. I cant find those wires in pic #2 or #3. If no one else has one apart to give input you may have to ask Andy if he did somthing with them. Or process of elimination. Do you have the rectifier or regulator wires they are under my battery box and I cant see them. The wires to the speedo drive and gear indicator dont look like those either.

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post #6 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-25-2011, 05:29 PM Thread Starter
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I talked to Andy he could not remember
He said all it needed was a battery hooked up, as far as he knew.
And the only wires he knew that was not connected were the tail light and the headlight harness.

The regulator is hooked up as well as tilt sensor everything looks to be there besides park indicator, and over-ride button.

Those wires in pic#3 have me a bit concerned though, as I can see bare wires inside of the tape.

Pic#2 almost looks factory as the end is all sealed up and shrink warped very nicely.
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File sent...



Tim

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But still here everyday to contribute to the cause
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I think those might be your E-brake (park)indicator and override. The E-brake (park)switch is on the shifter bracket on a XTZ then those wires probably go to the light on the dash those are probably the orange & the orange with yellow tracer. In the same harness the over ridebutton is also on the shifter braket those are red with green tracer and a white with green tracer. He may have tied these together to eliminate the override switch Especialy with the dual TB setup becaus you probably have to move the shifter and E-brake.

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You are correct the shifter does not fit with the dual tb's.

That makes sense being's how there is no override button or park brake indicator with the harness and those are the only wires not connected "ones pictured"

Diesel thanks for the file I will check the e-mail.
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Do you have an e-mail address I will send you a wiring diagram
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