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Where does this wire go?
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post #171 of 175 (permalink) Old 06-22-2018, 12:23 PM
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No. The two cut wires on the JB plug don't get spliced together. Just insulate the ends. You are splicing the two wires in the harness together.
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1) At the Junction Box, find the 10-pin connector (smaller of the two)

2) Locate the yellow/red stripe and black/red stripe wires (Kawi also used all black instead of black/red)

3) Remove the two wires from the 10-pin plug

4) Splice the two wires together securely and insulate properly.........That's it!! OK that's not confusing,remove these two wires from 10 plug JB (Took me a few minutes...Junction Box!!) Splice these two "loose" wires TOGETHER...DONE!!So you do NOT cut wires then splice the two cut wires on the "plug" side together,coming out of the JB(??)....or do you splice the "longer" loose cut wires heading "out back" together??I know these questions are Moronic,guess it would make sense to splice the two coming out the JB.BUT...LOL if you remove the wires from the JB,then splice...its like connecting two "loose" wires,same as cutting them and NOT going through the JB.

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I have the same problem after I did the the wire snip on r&r
did you find out how to fix it?
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I have the same problem after I did the the wire snip on r&r
did you find out how to fix it?
Be sure you're working on the 10-pin connector.

Thorn suggested the Blue Wire Mod in the other thread... Did that work for you?

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