Wiring issues

Old 12-22-2016, 02:37 AM
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Help me. Long story short I inherited this beautiful 08 600RR
This crazy ex husband cut my harness .. where does this go? Where does it hook up too?! https://imgur.com/gallery/ZQoLB
Old 12-22-2016, 09:08 AM
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Does it have a plug on the end? Does anything on the bike not work? it looks like aftermarket wiring, usually honda use lots of multicoloured wires in the main harness.
Old 12-22-2016, 05:01 PM
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Definitely seeing striped lines here. A couple things though.

Whats the gauge? Use a wire cutter if you arent sure. But most of the wiring is/should be 16 gauge. But unless he took the time to chop up the loom or any sub harness, remove the wraps and neatly layed them out on the floor for you, its doubtful that its off of the main loom or a sub, but could be I suppose. Factory wiring isnt often routed loosley (alone) unless its direct to a plug. Doesnt seem likely that someone would intentionally butcher the loom just to take the time to separate and lay it out on the floor , anythins possible though. But like courier said, is something not working correctly on the RR? Suppose you should start there. Possibly an unfinished job he was doing?

But these wires definitely correlate to colors on my CBR anyway, more than likely yours as well. Dependent upon what I said above. Cheers.

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