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GSman

Hi guys, doing trans swap and can't figure out what this plugs into. Comes off main harness near starter cable/ tps area. 

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GSman

It's a 2011 R1200RT

 

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dirtrider
2 hours ago, GSman said:

It's a 2011 R1200RT

 

 

Afternoon GSman

 

I don't have my  camhead wire diagrams handy or I would look so this will be a wild guess__

 

Is your exhaust flap motor plugged in?

 

If your exhaust system is still on the floor over in the corner then that exhaust flap motor connection might have been overlooked.   

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GSman

Thanks for the reply dirt rider! Unfortunately 

that is plugged in..good thought tho.

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Pappy35

There aren't that many four pin connectors fortunately. If it's not the exhaust valve then it might be the rear shock if it's ESA.

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GSman
46 minutes ago, Pappy35 said:

There aren't that many four pin connectors fortunately. If it's not the exhaust valve then it might be the rear shock if it's ESA.

Well Pappy the ESA  has been disconnected in favor of aftermarket shocks so maybe that's it. I'm going to keep the plug off to the side and available as I continue re assembly. Thanks!

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Pappy35

I have the Clymer manual that's got really great wiring diagrams. Might want to get one. It's worth the $30 just for that if nothing else. Hell, the $100+ repair manual CD doesn't have a single word written in it about the wiring harness or related troubleshooting.

 

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GSman

Is Clymer of similar quality?

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Pappy35

They each serve a purpose. I was astounded that the REPROM didn't have ANY wiring diagrams. For what it costs I was expecting troubleshooting info and wiring. It's handy for disassembly/assembly sequencing, torque specs, tooling part number, and service limits (like brake disk thicknesses, etc.). The Clymer manual is more of a how to do things step by step.

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