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post #1 of 4 Old 04-25-2016, 07:00 PM Thread Starter
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919 Fuel injector wiring question.

I could really use some help with this. I was way to tired when pulling my airbox last night and am not sure I connected the injectors correctly. I have looked in the manual and it looks like it should be the far right injector but it isn't specific.

Does the single injector connector go on the right most injector (As you are sitting on the bike) or the left?

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I could really use some help with this. I was way to tired when pulling my airbox last night and am not sure I connected the injectors correctly. I have looked in the manual and it looks like it should be the far right injector but it isn't specific.

Does the single injector connector go on the right most injector (As you are sitting on the bike) or the left?
Yes, the other 3 plug into the 'big plug'...shouldn't have had to have touched any other injector....I just did this last week so it's fresh on the mind. I hope your removal went easier than mine. I ended up destroying/replacing all 4 intake boots.

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Thank you! Now I need to shift all injectors over, that should be fun. Yes, I can't figure out why they built it that way. You have to remove the gas tank and the airbox to get to the speed sensor when they could have just made a little door or made it easier to get to. I think they hate us.

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There have a number of speed sensor replacements and some folks have found a way to do the replacement without removing the air box. Do a search or here is a link....

https://www.wristtwisters.com/forums/...ter-30485.html

Tight space and requires a long 10mm wrench...

Good luck,
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