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Another good reason to run a heavy gauge earth wire from reg to battery.CheersBruce
It wont be the wire thats the week link unless it is freyed. It's the connection or connector. The high amp circuits are to the regulator and the starter.
Another good reason to run a heavy gauge earth wire from reg to battery.
What are the all the earths on the battery from Roy ?CheersBruce
Bruce,There's the one from the regulator and another from the ECU (it doesn't show on the schematics), the point is if the main ground gets disconnected these small wires just go poof when hit by the starter current. To be safe you would need to run a very large wire from the regulator to the battery as David's has but it's a lot of work, he was starting from scratch, I don't expect owners will want to rewire their bikes.If the extra grounds are terminated on the chassis instead of the battery they cannot pass current if the main ground falls off. The later bikes like Grisso or Breva show only one ground but I wouldn't trust the schematic without looking at the bike.Another one that happens on the spine frames, the owners disconnect the battery positive and accidentally touch the wrench on the ECU case burning up the ground. Always disconnect Negative first, reconnect last.
Hi Roy.Me just lurking........... are my 2004s also at risk on this ground connection issue.Let me know.Ciao
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