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Engine temp and speed sensor signal @ the ECU??

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Anyone know what wires going into the ECU(color and color stripe) are the engine temp and speed sensor wires. Need them to input into my PCV, and trying not to run wires front to back if i can avoid it. If not, i have the speed wire coming off the tach alread labeled but not sure what wire sends the temp signal coming off the temp sensor on the back of the head. Any help would be appreciated...more than likely they are the same on gen 1-3.

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speed sensor blue/yellow #12
water temp sensor Orange #25
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speed sensor blue/yellow #12
water temp sensor Orange #25
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What do you have in place for your readings? I have even trying to set my temp but it shows me -160 to -230. I was wondering if you could share what your inputs are for you temperature and voltage.


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What do you have in place for your readings? I have even trying to set my temp but it shows me -160 to -230. I was wondering if you could share what your inputs are for you temperature and voltage.


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Kind of hard to explain, but its a matter of the Guage set up.
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I true using a multimeter to take voltage readings and match them to the bikes temperature it was displaying in the gauge. The voltage was jumping all over the place. I had issues with my PCV, so DJ swapped them out for me since it was under warranty. The first one was spot on with the temp. This one wasn't anywhere close, and the more I mess with it the worse it gets.


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