When all the connectors are intact the install is very easy, but mine was taken off another bike and I'm missing a plug.
On page 3 (Fig. F) it shows the opaque 2-pin plug (bike) separated and the red 2-pin connectors (PC III) plugged in-line. The problem I'm having is that I currently only have one end of the red PC III 2-plug connectors.
I bought a couple new 2-plug connectors and will replace both the OEM opaque and the PC III red connectors.
As you can see, the female red connector in the second photo has short red and black wires where I will attach a male connector - the wires on the female end of the opaque connector has a green wire and a black w/brown stripe wire. Which way do I wire the missing male PC III plug?
Red wire connects to = ___? wire
Black wire connects to = ___? wire
Have any of you guys looked at yours lately and can help??
It appears the red wire is the important wire. Locate the 2 pin opaque connector inside the wire cluster, identify the wire that would connect to the red wire on the PC III 2 pin connector. Simple hard wire (solder & shrink tube) these 2 wires together.
Alternate: If you want to use plug in connectors, simply identify the wire colors on the 2 pin opaque connector and match them to the 2 pin PCIII connector.
Edit:It looks like the red wire from the PCIII 2 pin connector is picking up the 12volts DC from the 2 pin license plate light. Simple... The ground goes directly to the (-) on the battery and the trigger pulse (gray) wire on the PC III goes to the red wire with yellow tracer on the gray connector of the ECU. Solder and shrink tube this connection.
Thanks for all the help guys! After I posted I went back out and looked at the wires on the bike for a little longer and it all made sense; then I checked the computer again and you guys all confirmed everything for me!
I didn't have time to finish wiring the new plugs, but hope to finish everything after work one night this week.
This site is the best!
I'll be sure to send you some pics, but the bike is still barely half-way done. there's still LOTS of work to finish.
The rear brake pressure switch arrived last night - thanks again! and the upper triple, brake flasher module and new levers should arrive any day now. More parts are slowly coming back from the powdercoater so I'll have wheels to assemble and plenty of parts to install, including the brake components and suspension on both ends. Then I need to install the PC III and speedohealer, get the new tires, chain & sprockets installed, and trim the front fender down and get it painted... Hopefully I can take some time off work around the holidays and get a few of the smaller projects taken care of.