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    Where does the cd box sit???

    I got a 93 sl 650 that I took apart a year ago to rebuild and now I can't remember where the cd box sit or how it is held in there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 482budget View Post
    I got a 93 sl 650 that I took apart a year ago to rebuild and now I can't remember where the cd box sit or how it is held in there.
    The CDI sits inside the electrical box. I just installed one in my SLT780. Number 17 is the CDI in the diagram.


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    Sorry I should have called it the electrical box, I;m not sure where it sits in the ski

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    I am pretty sure it sits on top of the battery. Make sure you have the plastic cover in place over the battery so you don't short it out on the electrical box, then the box sits on top and straps down with two rubber straps. Hope this helps.

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    I thought i should of sat on the battery but nI am missing the plastic cover. Thanks guys, Might have this one running tomorrow

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    Make sure you put something between the battery and the electrical box that will insulate it so that it does not short out. Make sure it is secure. You can burn out your stator if the box shorts out on the battery.

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    It sits on top of the battery. staps then go over the top of it to secure both the battery & cdi.

    If you dont have the rubber straps anymore, bungie cords work in a pinch.

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    if you dont put a cover over the battery, it will short out and burn wires and shock you. so make one if you dont have one, it needs to cover the top of the battery and the sides a little.

    heres a pic of mine I made in a pinch out of carboard,a rubber piece for the top and electrical tape.. tape the inside of it too. heres a pic of it. it will work until you can make a better one or get the right cover for it.
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