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    Relocating fuse box and ECU

    I have just relocated all of the electronics to the back of my ski but some how I have managed to mix up the two cables that come off the right side of the fuse box. They are both red cables, one goes to the starter and the other goes to the battery. Im pretty sure the one on top went to the battery but just wanted to be sure

    Thanks guys


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    this was on an FZR

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    YAMAHA POWAAAA !!!!! 1_Fast_SHO's Avatar
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    any pictures, i would like to know what you did.

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    I post parts all the time but having touble louding

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    what happenend to the basic upload button when you up load a pic? Now its only for URL

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    I give up I hate computers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by racerx585 View Post
    what happenend to the basic upload button when you up load a pic? Now its only for URL
    No its not. Click 'go advanced' when you are making a post and then scroll down and select 'manage attachments'. You can upload pictures from your computer from there.

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    Relocating Fuse box and ECU

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    Ok it only took me 20min to load a dam pic! lol Anyways I move all of the electronics to the back of my ski but some how I have mixed up the two red terminals that come off the right side of the fuse box as can see in the pic on the left. One goes to the battery and the other goes to the starter. Can somebody take a look at their ski and tell me which one goes where.

    Thanks

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    If u want I can email you the service manual. I'm sure you will be able to find what you're looking for inside of there.

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    Sure I have one but lent it to someone on the other side of town and wont have it back till the weekend [email protected]

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