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post #31 of 35 (permalink) Old 06-20-2019, 09:59 AM
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Okay thanks! I'll chase down Yel/Blu on ECM 19...
But where is ECM 19 haha?
Post # 14 told you the location of the ECM.......!!
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post #32 of 35 (permalink) Old 06-21-2019, 02:35 AM Thread Starter
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Roger that - pin 11.


You are 100% right DBohrer - no excuse...Lazy brain at work past midnight haha


It doesnt look tampered or ruptured in any way...Will open her up Sat and see if the pin is producing anything.


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Measure continuity with your ohmmeter between pin 11 and the yel/blu wire on the tach, if no continuity then you need to trace down the interruption. Looks like there's the connector at the ECM, another at the instrument cluster and maybe one more in between.

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Will attack this Sunday evening when the shop is open again.
As we've narrowed it down to this region AND I had the dash out and upgraded the LED's - I'm thinking we've pulled something in the back out.

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I would recommend narrowing the issue down a little more..........!!!!!

The easiest place to check (for a signal) on that yellow/blue wire is at the C72 Black "13-pin" connector behind/under the right fairing pocket. Much easier than removing the right fairing inner panel (unless you already happen to have it removed).

If a signal at the C72 connector, it is not the ECM and you have eliminated the ECM connector. Then check behind the instrument panel....!!

Easy approach first.....!!

Signal flow: ECM connector....C72 Black "13-pin connector.....C66 White "20 pin" connector....Tach unit.....!

PS: Always good to recheck one's work.....!!
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