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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-04-2011, 09:44 AM Thread Starter
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r1 wiring help

Starting to wire my R1 today and wondering if anyone has any tips to make this a little easier? What plugs are necessary and what should be bypassed? How big of a headache are these to wire up? Also has anyone used one of the Rossen Racing modified harnesses? Are they pretty much made where I can plug it in and go? I might consider that option if so.

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hey im doing an SV1000 swap right now and im having trouble with wiring. no fuel or spark. from what i researched alot of people are tieing together the clutch wire and sand stand switch. some are some bypassing the tip over sensor using a resistor. i think its a 60K or 120K something like that. hopefully that helps a little
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R1 Wiring

R1 wiring:
-Bypass kickstand
-Bypass Clutch lever wires
-Mount Exup module or purchase bypass module
-I'd recommend leaving the tip sensor on and make a bracket for it
-Need resistor to keep low fuel indicator from blinking
-Tie in switches for ACC and Start
-Make sure all grounds, including body grounds, are tied in together
-There are two wires that go to the main switch that need to be grounded. The schematic in the service manual does not make this obvious. I couldn't get my motor running until WyattEarp (member) told me this. Locate the Blue/Yellow and Blue/Black wires and ground them.


That's all I can remember right now. I'm sure I'm forgetting something.
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"Locate the Blue/Yellow and Blue/Black wires and ground them."

i will look at mine and make sure thats not messing me up. For your harness are those two wires on a plug that is near the main switch?? if those arnt grounded, do you still get the motor to turn over?
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My motor is a 2008. I don't have access to the Rhino this week so I cant check. But yes, the two wires are on the plug going to the main switch. If they are not grounded the engine will turn over, but it will not start. I was going crazy with this. If it wasn't for WyattEarp I would've torched the whole damn car!
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hhaha im about to throw something at it soon if i cant figure it out
mine looks like this

do i have the same 2 wires as you guys??
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Do you have a link for the service manual you can post? Either that or do you have a picture of the entire wiring schematic? I've never messed with the SV1000, but I'd like to try and help.
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diagram

http://www.edubs.net/bikestuff/sv100...plementary.pdf

its on the last pages (SK5)

thanks for taking a look!
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I kept as much of the stock harness as I could (for now), and only bypassed the things I needed to (like trucknuts stated above). I was able to do it with very little work on the harness, except for extending the wires to the gauge cluster. Ive got the resistor info for the low fuel sensor if you need it (PM me).

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I kept as much of the stock harness as I could (for now), and only bypassed the things I needed to (like trucknuts stated above). I was able to do it with very little work on the harness, except for extending the wires to the gauge cluster. Ive got the resistor info for the low fuel sensor if you need it (PM me).
Is this on the SV1000 or the R1?
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I kept as much of the stock harness as I could (for now), and only bypassed the things I needed to (like trucknuts stated above). I was able to do it with very little work on the harness, except for extending the wires to the gauge cluster. Ive got the resistor info for the low fuel sensor if you need it (PM me).
Is this on the SV1000 or the R1?
R1

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The low fuel warning light can be bypassed by adding a 470 OHM 1/4 watt resistor inline with the wire coming from the gauges. On 03-06 this wire is Green with a white tracer.

GAUGES-------RESISTOR---------Ground

Just cut the wired somewhere down the line from the gauges, solder the resistor to the side going to gauges. Then solder a new wire to the other end of the resistor, and ground that wire. Tape off the unused end of the stock fuel level wire.

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Okay so i tried putting it in dealer mode and it doesnt do anything. it still says CHEC. i tried it 3 times.

im using the stock ignition key and im getting 9V to the ECM. Still got nothing

i tried bypassing the tip over sensor with a resistor and still nothing.

i check to the fuel pump to see if the ECM was sending volts to it, 0.0V, nothing

double checked all grounds, nothing!

replace the two 30A started fuses and 15A ignition fuse, nothing!!

disconnected the gauge cluster, nothing!!!

grabbed my cell phone and threw it at the rhino, Nothing!!!!!! jk

when i say nothing i mean, no spark and no fuel, but its still rolling over.

starter relay does not click when i turn the key also, it should right??

would a faulty starter relay cause a no spark or fuel but still let the motor turn over???

i am beginning to think its the ECM.....crap
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9 volts to the ECM? Shouldn't it be 12 volts?
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the ignition has a diode/resister in it so that you can not hot wire it by just connecting all 4 wires. MX_racer is doing the same swap and he had to run a resistor since he does not have the oem ignition key switch. nothing will trigger if the ecm sees 12v on start up.
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