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    yamaha wire harness parts

    Turns out a job I have in shop is going to need to have the regulator connector replaced. I just don't accept that yamaha only sells the complete harness. Before I hack this thing to take a seadoo regualtor, anybody come up with a source for the strange 6 pin "h" connector Yamaha uses on the later model regulator rectifier assemblies?

    I'd rather keep it stock..but I'm pretty close to putting some weather packs on the harness and using a seadoo rxt regualtor..can't find a source for that connector anywhere.


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    Might try Riva and I have found some just by googling and looking at pictures.

    Also if another connector is used I would recommend DTM connectors with proper diameter gold pins over weatherpacks anyday.

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    Do you have a picture of the connector?

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    no pictures ( yet), but I gotta get on the soapbox here on two fronts...

    1-what the heck were they thinking?..a FI ski with an obvious heavy power demand using a regulator assembly with contacts less then 1/4 inch wide.

    2-using a proprietary connector ( I spent the last 30 minutes browsing every connector in the mouser catalog and came up empty

    I can "fix" it, but the jeff lewis inside me says "do it right..or not at all"


    picked up some mini spade connectors yesterday that will attach to the regulator pins..so I can maybe get this ski back on the water today..but I'm surely unhappy about this.

    Haven't read too much about this fault..so perhaps I'm just flaming for no reason.

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    I found a 6 pin connector, but am not sure if it is what you need. It is the same style as the exhaust temp sensor, and the water temp sensor. The schematics are from a GP1200R manual.
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    what craft???

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    yeah bay-by

    Quote Originally Posted by XL1200Ltd-Keith View Post
    I found a 6 pin connector, but am not sure if it is what you need. It is the same style as the exhaust temp sensor, and the water temp sensor. The schematics are from a GP1200R manual.

    that's what I need allrighty..that a yamaha part number?

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    This company was recently purchased and they would not sell the connectors. Give them a try, you never know.

    www.electrosport.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by XL1200Ltd-Keith View Post
    This company was recently purchased and they would not sell the connectors. Give them a try, you never know.

    www.electrosport.com
    Great post Keith

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    that sure looks like the right bit

    That's it!

    I've already rigged a repair so the guy could use the ski tomorrow..little JB weld and a mini spade connector did the trick for the moment. I prefer to replace the entire connector, but without a doubt I'll be going with a seadoo regulator for this application in future..this whole thing left a bad taste in my mouth, but i _really_ appreicate the lead on this company since I can always use another supplier on my list of go to folks.

    Question is..what's the trade name of the little bugger...guess I 'll have a clue when it arrives ( I've ordered a couple just to have on the shelf)

    thanks again

    pete

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