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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-12-2009, 04:21 AM Thread Starter
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EBS wiring

I bought my 1000R without the EBS valve. After getting my hands on this item I discovered that the female connector of the loom was cut off. What remains are the 2 wires (grey/white and blue/yellow). The EBS valve has a red and a green wire. I have 50% chance to connect it right and 50% to connect it wrong, which I would like to prevent. If someone has his fuel tank disconnected, please have a look and inform me which colour should fit the other.
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EBS is a Relay and is not near the tank. The EBS Relay is on the front of the bike on the frame, near the exhaust header.

Please take a pic of what you are talking about and that would make things a bit clearer.

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The EBS valve with male connector (red and green wire) is shown on the picture. Normally spoken there is a female connector on the wire harness which the previous owner just cut off.
Should the red wire be conected to the grey/white or the blue/yellow wire?
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my workshop manual says nothing besides the reference to the green and red wires on the valve itself.... I'm going to have look and see if I can find anything out for you. Will post back shortly...

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Here a picture of the connector with the grey/white and blue/yellow wire. In my case this connector is cut off so I have to guess how to connect it.
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I can't see the other side of the connector with the tank on.... I have to mess about with it this week so I could let you know them.

Hopefully someone will already know this and speak up, I'd hate for you to have to wait till I get mine taken apart.
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Well thank you for your effort. If you are taking off your tank, please have a look and give feedback if no one else responded. It's a track bike and my next ride will be on the 1st of May so I have some time left.
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I have a ride next weekend so I plan to be done by Tuesday with my stuff.

I'll keep an eye on this and let you know when I take things apart, I just hope that Mv used the same color wires for all bikes.

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just by looking at the two pics... it seems that the white/grey wire is on top, and the blue/yellow is on bottom (in the pic) ((colorless guess)
and... looking at the other pic with the EBS relay, the locking clamp on the connector should show color correspondence. (may not be exactly true though)

This is only a guess, but it seems that the red wire = grey/white and the green = blue/yellow...... this is all by just looking at the pics and the way the connector "locks" closed, it should show how the wires line up.


If you flip the connector in the first pic.... it should fit together with the connector in the lower pic (again, only a guess)

I'll let you know as soon as I take mine apart.

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That's what I tried to analyse as well, but want to be sure.
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