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hello guys, i'm doing this to my 03 trackbike right now, and i'm having issues. i have three wires coming from the ignition switch. one is red, one is pink, and one is red w/ blk tracer.

according to my shop manual, red goes to F-Odometer (10A). pink goes to ECM pin #30. and the red with black wire goes to what looks to me like the main hot wire for the fuse box. see pics below. i dont know what to do with the pink wire.

my switch is also pictured and has two poles. when connected and switched on, i get no fuel pump. no matter which pole i connect the pink wire to, when i connect wires back to the ignition switch, i get fuel pump. so i can rule out any blown fuses.

what in the world am i doing wrong? thanks if anyone can point me in the right direction.

this is the harness cut off just below the ignition switch:


this is a couple shots of my wiring diagram:



and here's the switch:


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sorry, meant to mark the two wires i was talkin about so it's not so confusing. these are the red and red/blk wires that come off the ignition switch.


the pink one goes straight to the ECM.


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hello guys, i'm doing this to my 03 trackbike right now, and i'm having issues. i have three wires coming from the ignition switch. one is red, one is pink, and one is red w/ blk tracer.

according to my shop manual, red goes to F-Odometer (10A). pink goes to ECM pin #30. and the red with black wire goes to what looks to me like the main hot wire for the fuse box. see pics below. i dont know what to do with the pink wire.

my switch is also pictured and has two poles. when connected and switched on, i get no fuel pump. no matter which pole i connect the pink wire to, when i connect wires back to the ignition switch, i get fuel pump. so i can rule out any blown fuses.

what in the world am i doing wrong? thanks if anyone can point me in the right direction.

this is the harness cut off just below the ignition switch:


this is a couple shots of my wiring diagram:



and here's the switch:



pink needs to go to a zener diode, I hate that spelling never get it right, hahaha, zenner, oh well, haha,


yeah you need one of those for the fuel pump drops I thin it was 3 volts so it can be 9 then that goes into the ecm and fires the pump,

or get a 05-06 ecm where it doesnt need the diode or pink wire going to the ecm,

Ill try to find the diode write up


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What I would do is prb the ecm with the voltmeter and find a wire that is giving out 9 volts, jump that to the pink wire, and BAM done,


please someone correct me if that is way out there, hahaha

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pink needs to go to a zener diode, I hate that spelling never get it right, hahaha, zenner, oh well, haha,


yeah you need one of those for the fuel pump drops I thin it was 3 volts so it can be 9 then that goes into the ecm and fires the pump,

or get a 05-06 ecm where it doesnt need the diode or pink wire going to the ecm,

Ill try to find the diode write up


search zenner diode




What I would do is prb the ecm with the voltmeter and find a wire that is giving out 9 volts, jump that to the pink wire, and BAM done,


please someone correct me if that is way out there, hahaha
You won't find another wire putting out 9V that you can use. The only ones that may be close are the tacho and speedo signals going to the gauges but they are pulsed.

Get a 3V zener diode and wire the anode to the pink wire and the cathode to the red/black wire. The cathode is the end that the band around the diode is closest to.
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thank you very much guys!! just got that all fixed up. you can check out the results so far in my build thread. - https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.p...26#post3451626 sorry for jackin up this thread, but anyone that wanna do their 03 can refer to this and also my build thread. thanks everyone!


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thank you very much guys!! just got that all fixed up. you can check out the results so far in my build thread. - https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.p...26#post3451626 sorry for jackin up this thread, but anyone that wanna do their 03 can refer to this and also my build thread. thanks everyone!
This is just what I needed to know to make the race bike a keyless ignition !!

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Old thread, I know, that's the point though :P.

I have the three wires as well on my 03 and I'm doing an ignition delete but I want to use an LED switch. How can I add the LED functionality to the existing ignition harness?

I feel like this is a really stupid question but I just can't wrap my head around it right now, lol.
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Depends on exactly which switch you have as to the position of the connectors but pin 1 usually goes to the load, pin 2 goes to earth and pin 3 to the power source.

First post shows the wiring for an illuminated switch.
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Depends on exactly which switch you have as to the position of the connectors but pin 1 usually goes to the load, pin 2 goes to earth and pin 3 to the power source.

First post shows the wiring for an illuminated switch.
Right, but the first post didn't need the zener diode. Won't I essentially be making two wires one when I add the diode in line? Where will the power source come from at that point? I'd like to keep it all in the ignition's harness, but if I have to, I can run another wire from a constant for the led.
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Right, but the first post didn't need the zener diode. Won't I essentially be making two wires one when I add the diode in line? Where will the power source come from at that point? I'd like to keep it all in the ignition's harness, but if I have to, I can run another wire from a constant for the led.
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Get a 3V zener diode and wire the anode to the pink wire and the cathode to the red/black wire. The cathode is the end that the band around the diode is closest to.
Then with an illuminated switch all that matters is that you get the supply and load sides correct and then put ground on the extra terminal. It's otherwise exactly the same as the OP did.
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Hi,sorry to bump this thread,but I need your help.

I want to do this mod to my 2005 race bike,and it has a 3 wire ignition,with red/black,red/blue and plain red wires comming from the ignition.
Can I completely remove the HISS system and just fit a toggle switch in place of the ignition barrel?

Can you help me here please,as I dont know what to do,as its a bit confusing.but Im prepared to give it a go.
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