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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-07-2007, 11:30 AM Thread Starter
 
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Testing Tach

I'm trying to help my dad out on his micro sprint. He runs a 04 600rr, with a stock honda wiring harness. His tach isnt working properly (although it is not a stock cluster or anything). We tested the proper wire and came up with wrong voltage acording to the book. I told him I'd test my bike the same way to see what kind of voltage's I come up with, now for my problem. How do I get to the tach connector? The book says to remove lower fairrings, mid farrings, and upper fairings all to get to the tach. Is this my only option? Just trying to get some info before tearing into all of this.

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Bump, before I tear my bike apart :-)
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I think you will need to take off all the fairings you listed.. Maybe you could find the wires on the blue and grey connectors under the left ram air cover..

You will need to jump the BAS if you want it to start but it should power for the tach without it.

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