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I just picked up a 03 600 rr, the kid wrecked it and have had to replace a few things on it. the wiring is what is giving me problems I think I have everything I need however the wires that are out the back. I know two are for the rear turn signal and the other two are leaving me clueless. The other ones that need connected I think i have figured out. Can anyone give me some help or were to look at to figure it out. I don't have a manual for it yet but that is a next buy. I need to find color codes too. thanks for any help anyone can get.
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Sorry but why are you reposting a new thread??
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OP:

If you can post up the colours of the wires you want to know about I am more than happy to tell you where they go.



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Sorry but why are you reposting a new thread??
https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.php?t=233234

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Its all good mate, he is posting his questions in the right spot so a new thread is perfectly ok.
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I thought it was two for the signals and one for the brake light coming out the back???
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I think the orange and blue are rear turn signals? The short and long white one unsure about think that they belong to brake light and one am totally unsure about. Am not sure but think that the red one goes to the other side of the starter relay, but the other white one I have no clue on. I am working on the picture so please stand by on it if it does not come up.

having a heck of a time with photo the colors are all about the connections to the starter motor and trunsignals and battery area if this does not describe it enough I will try to up load a photo thanks.

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The photo would be helpful, just to see where you are looking...
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This is the photo I took. I hope it helps
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Well, your orange plug is the left indicator, the light blue is the right indicator, white one is the tag light, there will be one with a green wire - that's the ground, and there should have been a natural connector with 3 wires in it - goes to your tail light...

The red one is your DLC (diagnostic link connector), and is not connected to anything...
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Nico thank you very much. So i need to get a natural connector with 3 wires on it to complete the connection? And to make sure I understand there is two of the whit connectors that are with the turn signal ones
Thanks again that helps out a lot.

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The natural connector is part of your harness, have a look for it cause it will be there somewhere....
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alright got it all hooked up and is cranking over. Not starting yet think its the plugs not getting sprak. and duing my other troubleshooting process. The gauge now is not working right. If the run switch is in the off position and the key is on the gauge goes through normal run up however when I put it in the run postion with the key on the gauge acts like it has a short, any ideas.
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What do you mean acts like it has a short?

Have you been working on the front harness?
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the screen will go blank and will not come on all the way. looks like it wants to come on but will not. Just a few things come up on it. The only thing I have done to it as far as working on it is to put the wiring harness back on after taking the front fairing off.
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Check that the plug in the back of the gauges is fully seated and that you haven't crushed any wires putting it all back together.
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Thanks for all your help. We are running now.
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i currently went through the same issue with my brothers bike, we took on the wiring project afte he wrecked it, honestly the most helpful thing for us was the manual you can buy for your book, not to expensive and definitly helps you out with colored diagrams, thats my best advice for you
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