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    Fuji Electrical

    Is the MFD, Trim, and Kill Switch all related? As in if one works the other won't? My starter turns over fine, but none of my other electronics seem to work.


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    MFD has its own fuse inside the electrical box. 1/4 Amp fuse only.

    Kill switch is separate from other stuff, directly wired to the CDI via Black/Yellow wire

    Trim is powered by LR module on Orange wire, only works when engine is running. Bilge button when held down also powers the Electric Trim system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Bilge button when held down also powers the Electric Trim system.
    If equipped. Fujis are from the stone age remember....

    If functional, the trim motor will work WHILE cranking and when the motor is running.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFishCrisis View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Bilge button when held down also powers the Electric Trim system.
    If equipped. Fujis are from the stone age remember....

    If functional, the trim motor will work WHILE cranking and when the motor is running.
    All true.

    I vote that someone put together a how-to on upgrading the stone age models to the newer style left handlebar with a Bilge button. How many variations would there be?

    For those models with a dash mounted Start button and choke, the all in one place handlebar version is a revelation

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    I should have stated yes it is a Fuji engine. 95 SL 750. Trying to figure out what wires to look at specifically why about all of my electronics don't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcman989 View Post
    I should have stated yes it is a Fuji engine. 95 SL 750. Trying to figure out what wires to look at specifically why about all of my electronics don't work.
    You did. And K447s comments in post 2 are all accurate. I just didn't want you trying to find your bilge button if you didn't have one. All of the components you indicate are independent of each other. The kill switch function doesn't require power at all to operate. It simply applies the ground signal to the CDI to shut it down. If the MFD and trim don't work, and the starter won't turn over, or even do anything like clicking, you need to check that all of your grounds are in good order, especially the one in the stator wiring harness from the front of the motor....

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