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US Ecu on HISS Loom, helo

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Ive thrown in a US ecu to by pass the hiss system on the bike, i have finally got the bike started and the fuel pump priming connecting the extra grey wire onto the white connector plug and conneecting it directly to a external 12v source following a wiring diagram and watching a youtube video. Thou i need to know where i can tap into for a 12v power when I have the bike switched on so the pump runs too. Does anyone know where i can tap into to get 12v power with power switched on
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Here is a video if anyone can help me figure it out


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Sorted out, incase anyone searches this thread, that pin added needs 9v so you will need to attach a zener diode and plug from any 12v source on the bike,


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That depends on the year model of the ECU you've used. The zener is only needed on the 03-04 ECU.
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Hey Nico,

I made a youtube video on how to work a non hiss ECU on a australian harness and how to get it working



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Good job mate, quick tip though - stop using your kill switch or it will fail. Really common fault with them.
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