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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-26-2019, 01:21 AM Thread Starter
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Okay so I bought a 99 GSXR 750 the guy had cut the plug off the main harness for the ignition wires and hot-wired it I am now trying to put a key back on the bike but I cannot find a picture showing what wires go where in the plug no I don't know what you to tell me how to hotwire it just a picture of a stock 99 GSXR 750 ignition wiring harness so that I can match the wires up to the new ignition I have looked online it was not helpful and don't want to have to buy a whole new harness
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Okay so I bought a 99 GSXR 750 the guy had cut the plug off the main harness for the ignition wires and hot-wired it I am now trying to put a key back on the bike but I cannot find a picture showing what wires go where in the plug no I don't know what you to tell me how to hotwire it just a picture of a stock 99 GSXR 750 ignition wiring harness so that I can match the wires up to the new ignition I have looked online it was not helpful and don't want to have to buy a whole new harness
All the wire colors match up. Orange to Orange, Black to Black, Brown to Brown, solid Red to solid Red, Red with white stripe to Red with white stripe, and Grey to Grey. I'm assuming that you just want to hook it up correctly, so that should be all you need to do. I looked for a picture of it, but I didn't see one either.

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The harness has 7 wires and the plug has 6 I looked it up and the plug is a 6 wire but the 7th wire goes to one of the other wires and know all the colors do not match
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No all the colors don't match
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Ok I found a picture of the wiring harness, and all but the grey wire match up and should be connected.

Here's a link I found of the wire diagram, and as you can see for the ignition switch wires it has them labeled for how you need to wire it.
http://www.factorypro.com/wire_diagr...r750,96-97.pdf

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Okay so I found out what I was doing wrong and I've got the new ignition in it's plugged in but when I turn the key no power if I plug the old ignition wires in and Hotwire them I get power and the bike will turn over but no fuel no spark so my question is why am I getting no power when I turn the key on now that everything's hooked up correctly
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Okay so I found out what I was doing wrong and I've got the new ignition in it's plugged in but when I turn the key no power if I plug the old ignition wires in and Hotwire them I get power and the bike will turn over but no fuel no spark so my question is why am I getting no power when I turn the key on now that everything's hooked up correctly
Is the kill switch set correctly? With the Key on, and the kill switch off, it will turn over but will have no spark or fuel. I would check the wires going to that since it has gotten me on more than one occasion. Only other thing that comes to mind is that you might have an ignition with the wrong resistance and that would prevent power from going to spark plugs/fuel pump. In which case you can either add the correct resistor to the wire, or buy another ignition.

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