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Okay... Soldered a 06 tach plug onto my 05 harness which is not good because the heat that goes through the wires can shorten things out... Bike doesn't start and the only fuse that was blown was the ECU fuse. Does anyone have a 05 10 wiring diagram? Or anyone know how much damage may have been done? Also, how can I read the f1 light?

I unplugged the battery after all this as well as the ecu and other things.

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Is there a wiring diagram in the maintenance manual? I think it should and they are hosted on the sight and you can have a look.
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ECU shorted.. Gotta have the battery disconnected before you do any of that stuff.. .GOOD LUCK

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ECU shorted.. Gotta have the battery disconnected before you do any of that stuff.. .GOOD LUCK
Do I need a new ECU then? The fuse blew when soldered.
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Replace fuse and try again...If it fails again then further troubleshooting is required...Always disconnect power when performing electrical maintenance
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Replace fuse and try again...If it fails again then further troubleshooting is required...Always disconnect power when performing electrical maintenance
Changed the fuse and still nothing. I disconnected everything hoping to discharge any power and too out the fuses. Without the tach connected the bike should it turn on from what Remeber, would any miswiring do the same when it is connected?
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Should run ok with the meter disconnected...I'm not sure what kind of problems you would have if it's miswired, it will depend on how you messed up...Check and make sure all wiring is good and check for shorts and short to ground if all is ok then you probably smoked the ECU
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Okay, had all fuses, computers, battery, and what ever plugs I could disconnect disconnected over night. plugged everything up this morning and both tachs worked... HELLO 06 tach! looks awesome.
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