Veefer800Canuck Posted April 19, 2011 Share Posted April 19, 2011 [/Kelly Bundy] Welp, I finally get around to tearing into the bike to find my electrical gremlin. Coming back from Troutdale last year, I got to BC and started having electrical woes. Intermittent FI light, flashing sometimes with the turnsignals, etc. It got worse and worse until it progressed to complete failure to run. Booking down the road, bike shuts down. Cycle kill switch, bike lights up. Lather, rinse, repeat. I DID manage to limp 'er home in this state, a full day's ride mind you. Winter came and went, various other priorities took over (many many times) and the Vifffer sat forlornely in the corner, sipping Sta-Bil and warming to the battery tender. Fast forward to tonight and lookah hyar: 100 1097 100 1092 100 1093 100 1094 100 1095 100 1096 I didn't fix anything yet, just stuck them together with the common bus to keep them in order. Does anyone know why they are arranged in those groupings? I mean, they are all grounds, but why separate them? I'm thinking about tying them all together, soldering and routing straight to the batt just to give a better path to ground and not rely so much on the original path, in case there are other weak points. I guess I should bring out the FSM and pore over the wiring diagram and see exactly which devices tie into this block, just for info's sake. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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