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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-09-2018, 08:42 PM Thread Starter
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Random wire and hose near throttle body?

Hey guys, I'm rebuilding a bike and found this plug and hose with no where for it to go. I was thinking it was to an evap canister, but I'm unsure.

Anyone know?
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It's the map sensor. The sensor is attached to the airbox


Go have a look and next time try harder ;)
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It's the map sensor. The sensor is attached to the airbox


Go have a look and next time try harder ;)
I've been trying to delete my post since I wrote it... I figured that out. :(
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it would be nice if more people made at least some semblance to an effort before giving up entirely and going through the time to take pics and post a thread to cop out and ask for answers.

learning how things go together by using your brain will make you a much better mechanic than going directly to to the internet.


when you find things out for yourself through critical thinking, the knowledge lasts longer.
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