Main wiring diagram, 2.8L Gas Engine, Engine Code AAA Note: For A/C system wiring information for vehicles equipped with the 2.8L Gas Engine, code AAA, see Index for correct Wiring Diagram No. Relay locations Positions of relays and multi-pin connector wiring, see also “Component Locations” sections. Load Reduction Relay Emergency Flasher Relay Wiper / Washer [...]
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To avoid exceeding the maximum ratings in any condition, the voltages must be checked with no load at the power supply output.
Wiring Using the Screw Terminals
WARNING Make sure that you connect only de-energized wires.
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This document describes car models to which the Super Airflow Converter (Product code: 401-A911/401-A913) is applicable, and ECU terminal arrangement drawings. For the operating method and precautions for the Super Airflow Converter, refer to the Instruction Manual. When installing the Super Airflow Converter, both this document and the Instruction Manual are required. Even if the [...]
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I suggest doing this all before installing the clutch pedal, it is a tight spot to work in.
1. REMOVE Park Neutral Relay 175
2. Pull out the socket for the 175 to get access to the wires CRUISE CONTROL HOOKUP portion
3. Cut the GREEN/BLACK wire (pin #5) close to the 175 socket and connect to [...]
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Mitchell obtains wiring diagrams and technical service bulletins, containing wiring diagram changes from the domestic and import manufacturers. These are checked for accuracy and are all redrawn into a consistent format for easy use. In the past, when cars were simpler, diagrams were simpler.
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SA-S-750 (GSXR-600 & GSXR-750) Early SA-S-1300 (GSX1300 R)
The GSXR has a ball bearing behind each cam sprocket. Press the original sprocket off but leave the bearing on. You’ll notice that a line has been stamped on the end of each camshaft at the factory. Line up one of the adapter’s 6mm threaded holes with the [...]
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Congratulations on your purchase of the Honda 750 Ace & Spirit Thunder Air Filter Kit. We’re sure you’ll be pleased with the new level of performance you’ll experience. This kit should be installed on bikes with After Market Exhaust Pipes only and jetted, (jet kit not included). We recommend that an experienced mechanic perform this [...]
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Congratulations on your purchase of the HONDA 750 AERO Thunder Air Filter Kit. We’re sure you’ll be pleased with the new level of performance you’ll experience. This kit should only be installed on bikes that have been jetted (jet kit not included). We recommend that an experienced mechanic perform this conversion. Use the appropriate Honda [...]
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Installation of performance parts requires good mechanical ability and a complete understanding of the entire machine. The instructions we provide are guidelines only and will not thoroughly explain how to set up a racing vehicle. Claims of performance gains, durability, etc. are based on the experience of TEAM Industries and others and do not constitute [...]
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A factory service manual is necessary to perform this installation. Do not attempt to perform this installation if you are not confident in your ability to perform all steps in the procedure, including precise drilling and tapping; consult a trained technician.
Procedure remove the stock aIr cleaner and carburetor
steP 1 Remove the seat, dash panel, and [...]