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    Seadoo LOOM

    Guys I get my loom last week and just now trying to run the ski but there is gray wire in the loom where should I connect it to???

    Any help
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    Quote Originally Posted by boBO View Post
    Guys I get my loom last week and just now trying to run the ski but there is gray wire in the loom where should I connect it to???

    Any help
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    Hi
    Sorry but exactly which loom did you buy??

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoTeC Pete View Post
    Hi
    Sorry but exactly which loom did you buy??

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    Quote Originally Posted by boBO View Post
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    If it's the one I had trouble working out?. It's about 10 inches long and has a sensor on one end? You need to drill and tap your exhaust maniflod. Hope that helps?

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    LOOL
    not the LAMDA Sensor, I know what is the O2 sensor look like
    this is singal 4'' long gray wire

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave76 View Post
    If it's the one I had trouble working out?. It's about 10 inches long and has a sensor on one end? You need to drill and tap your exhaust maniflod. Hope that helps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boBO View Post
    LOOL
    not the LAMDA Sensor, I know what is the O2 sensor look like
    this is singal 4'' long gray wire

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    hmmmmmmmmm actualy I dont know off the top of my head
    I will come back to you tommorow with an answer

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    my loom and the extra wire


    any help ??

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    my loom and the extra wire


    any help ??
    Ok
    Sorry for the delay
    The grey wire is connected to the knock sensor
    If someone wants to plug the knock sensor into a 3rd party knock detection device then they can connect to the sensor using the Grey wire.

    Cheers


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