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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-11-2007, 03:55 PM Thread Starter
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Can someone post up pics of how the battery box is suposed to look with everything on it. Also, where do the red and green wires go on the rear coil? I have a '94.
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Here's a pic of the battery box from a post right below yours.

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I need to see the loom ends to know where the not so obvious wires go.
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See if these help - I've two bikes apart in the garage, so I can take others if you need 'em

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thanks. that's perfect. The clymer's book doesn't really show too much on this.
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Even if it did, you wouldn't be able to make out what was going on in the pics...I think the only sections of the book I've been able to see clearly are carb removal/rebuild and my current fave read, "Cam balancers." The rest of the pics are just a big blur.

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Even if it did, you wouldn't be able to make out what was going on in the pics...I think the only sections of the book I've been able to see clearly are carb removal/rebuild and my current fave read, "Cam balancers." The rest of the pics are just a big blur.
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The green and red wires can be used on either terminal. It doesn't make any difference.
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thanks for all the help guys
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