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    power up gauges on gp1200r

    I have a 01gp1200r that has no motor in it. I was wondering if there was a way i could power up the gauges to see how many hours are on it?
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    oops

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    Beerdart answered that same question last month.

    "Apply 12v to the red and black then short the green to ground to wake it up."

    Search back one month using "jump" & "dash", he also included a jpeg of the service manual page.

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    I have the same question as the OP, Hurban96, of this thread. The answer given by toyterrific was kinda confusing and I cannot find the post by Beerdart that he mentioned. Do you hook the red wire & the black wire from the 6-wire plug to a 12-volt battery positive post and then touch the green wire, from the same plug, to the battery negative? Or, do you put the red to positive, the black to negative and then touch the green wire to the negative post to "wake up" the gauges?

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