Go back to post #2 open the Dropbox file. Down close to the bottom is the wiring diagram. Those numbers match up.
Do you have an EFI or Carbed bike. The wiring is different and may make a difference in troubleshooting.Mikeinjersey. Everything happened because I changed the starter. It ran before the starter was changed. now I have Power, turns over, 12.6volts at battery, coil has power(also replaced the coil as I expected it to just the the issue), red light with the run button. And I see a yellow light that flashes but didn't notice a blue( I'll have to recheck).
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Carb. I have been slowly starting into the wiring. I'm going to pick up a new battery this afternoon as the battery that I have isn't holding the charge enough. Slowly but surely I'll figure it out, but what a headache to a guy that doesn't understand wiring hahahaDo you have an EFI or Carbed bike. The wiring is different and may make a difference in troubleshooting.
OK , make sure you are looking at the ignition module for the lights and not the EHC. The EHC has a yellow light as well as the ignition module.
The yellow light on the EHC is a fault light and the Ignition module yellow indicates the front cylinder firing signal.
It seems as though you may have left something disconnected or inadvertently broken a wire during the starter install or the coil installation.
Read the Electrical document from post #2 . It will help you get a more comfortable feel for how the system works. Wiring can be a bear to isolate.
Take a look at the Wire Diagram then go to the crank sensor (left front of crankcase) and physically follow the wires back to the Ignition module to look for damaged wiring or to get the readings in the diagnostics.What is the appropriate connector to check crank sensor? Or how can I check it
With an ohm meter, I would remove the 8-9 connector [if we are saying both sensor wires] are pinned to that connector. I would then separate the crank sensor connector, have my one probe sitting stationary at the one wire's harness connector pin. I hold the other end of the HEI connector and with the other probe, I'd stab each pin till I find the meter hit infinity and I know there is no wire break at the harness wire for that sensor side. Same goes with the other side of the harness side wire and test for that wire break.What is the appropriate connector to check crank sensor? Or how can I check it