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post #21 of 131 (permalink) Old 02-23-2019, 08:38 PM
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Sorry, I did not number the pictures (will do for future reference) and now I'm a bit confused what are the pic you're talking about.
I corrected my original post because I can't count to 6 I guess. ANYWAY IF YOU LOOK AT MY ORIGINAL POST IT IS A RESPONSE TO YOUR FIRST (ORIGINAL) PICTURES. THE NUMBERS WOULD BE LEFT TO RIGHT WHERE THE FARTHEST LEFT WOULD BE NUMBER ONE (1) ETC. Sorry for the confusion.

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GL1500 Identifying Gizmos

PioyrGL1500,

Two pictures of the same connector.

Does this connector have the following colored wires:

1. Yellow.

2. Green/Yellow.

3. Brown/White.
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First of all thanks for all answers. In the meantime I spend few hours in my garage removing unwanted cruise harness. So now looks like less mess, but still have that electric stuff..
I attach some new pictures of my baby and better showing where the wires leds to.


Silver device with radiator is connected next to turn signal relays, so I was thinking maybe that is time canceler or however it calls, and if things like that exists in this motorcycle.
RICKF1985...do this bikes have brake light pulser??? Mine is from 1990. If yes I'd love to remove.
REDWING52 which pic shows rev speed limiter? Can I remove without harming rev ability?


My goal is to remove as many parts that I'll never use as possible. That is going to be a fun bike but must be done with taste and respect. No bobers, no rats, no cafe racers just naked gorgeous looking bike. But because of money lack that projest will be longlasting.
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The Turn Signal Cancellation Control Unit is located at the bottom of the steering stem (between the forks)......!
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There are only two Orange connectors on your bike.

As Redwing52 indicated, they are a junction for ground wires. Many ground (Green) wires run through those two Orange connectors.

You need that connector..............!!
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The Turn Signal Cancellation Control Unit is located at the bottom of the steering stem (between the forks)......!
That's just the steering sensor, the cancel control box lives under the trunk, I believe....

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PioyrGL1500,

Two pictures of the same connector.

Does this connector have the following colored wires:

1. Yellow.

2. Green/Yellow.

3. Brown/White.

Wellllll....not exactly:


1. Green/White
2. Yellow/ Blue
3. Blue/ Red
4. Black/ Red
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Wellllll....not exactly:


1. Green/White
2. Yellow/ Blue
3. Blue/ Red
4. Black/ Red
I did have a reason for asking and was just "possibly" trying to help.

Good luck with your project....!
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That's just the steering sensor, the cancel control box lives under the trunk, I believe....
Hi Denver,
How have you been? I used to think that was the case also. Truth be told it is both the sensor for turning as well as the cancel unit. Here is a link that shows it as #2.

http://www.2wheelpros.com/oem-parts/...=35220-MN5-003
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Sorry, my fault.

First pic is the fuel pump relay, 2nd are reverse/start diodes, 3rd is speed limiter relay used during reverse, 4th is an in-line diode, 5th is a harness and 6th is the reverse relay regulator, all from the '88-89 model year.

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Check his profile and read post # 9. He has a 1990 Gold Wing.

I believe the fuel pump is powered from the ECM for a 1990....!!
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