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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-25-2010, 05:56 AM Thread Starter
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Hi All, Stuffed up my F4 Tank today doing a balancing act with the Air Box and tank after throttle adjustments its real sad!, bashed dinted,& fuel pipes riped off and also wires to fuel pump. My question is that the Plug and wire loom don`t have the same colours?, the pump wires are:
1/red, 2/black, 3/orange, 4/white,
however the harness plug socket has purple, purple with white stripe, green with black stripe, and Blue. don`t you just hate this! why not colour match the cables for the dumb arse that dropped the tank from the bike!! can you advise how to match back up
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You don't say what year 1000 you have, but on an '07 1=tan/black, 2=blue, 3=blue/yellow, 4=tan. That's the harness side.
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ouch! I feel for you Bob. I guess the air was blue
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-26-2010, 06:20 AM Thread Starter
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Year is 2005, Standard F4 1000S 1+1 Don`t have a diagram in my handbook,The Air was every colour you can think of its a 3 handed job!! wont remove with the balancing act again, holding a full tank with one hand and trying to plug in snap connectors with th other,Should have been smarter and drained the tank before however found a nice bike guy in Perth that will fix it like new, Hope it don`t happen to another biker!

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Year is 2005, Standard F4 1000S 1+1 Don`t have a diagram in my handbook,The Air was every colour you can think of its a 3 handed job!! wont remove with the balancing act again, holding a full tank with one hand and trying to plug in snap connectors with th other,Should have been smarter and drained the tank before however found a nice bike guy in Perth that will fix it like new, Hope it don`t happen to another biker!

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Wish it hadn't happened to you either but thanks for giving others a heads up! Good luck with the repair, I am sure it will be as good as new.


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Got some sympathy for you there Bbob, I recently dropped a pair of heavy mole grips right onto the bloody gleaming fuel tank!! I got two lovely souvenir chips out of the paint now, I see them every time I open the garage door! Bugger

I will never do that again, again, again!


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