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Old 06-06-2012, 01:06 PM   #65506
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Ok inmates, looking for some knowledge. I had an electrical fire on my 2011 DR. I bought a used harness (in great condition) and replaced the old one. All the lights are working but when you press the starter nothing happens. It doesnt even turn over. There is an orange power wire that goes from the forward connector to the ECU that is missing. It seems that there are some differences in the wiring of the 96+ DRs. Has anyone had this problem? Its the orange wire with a black tracer.
Did you check the fuse? If you had a fire it may have blowen?
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Old 06-06-2012, 01:06 PM   #65507
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The manual doesn't show an orange/black anywhere. There's an orange, orange/white and orange/yellow. Looking at my DR, there's an orange/white and orange/yellow at the CDI.
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Old 06-06-2012, 01:20 PM   #65508
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The manual doesn't show an orange/black anywhere. There's an orange, orange/white and orange/yellow. Looking at my DR, there's an orange/white and orange/yellow at the CDI.
It is an orange/balck wire. The old harness had 6 wires in the front connector and the new (used) one has 5. It comes off the main start switch and is orange with a black tracer. Apparently there are 4 different wiring schematics. I am trying to find the right one now.
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Old 06-06-2012, 01:35 PM   #65509
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I dont see an orange/black wire anywhere either on the schematics. The guy at the shop must be trippin.There is a yellow/black wire that goes from the start switch to the clutch lever position switch? That might be it. Would that make sense?
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Old 06-06-2012, 01:59 PM   #65510
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This wiring schematic shows an Orange/Black wire running from the main connector: http://tiltpen.net/DR650/640x480/Wir...Tech's.jpg

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Old 06-06-2012, 02:39 PM   #65511
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I dont see an orange/black wire anywhere either on the schematics. The guy at the shop must be trippin.There is a yellow/black wire that goes from the start switch to the clutch lever position switch? That might be it. Would that make sense?
That would make sense, except I see it as a Y/G (yellow/green). Do you have the bike or is it at the shop?

I (and anyone else that want's to help) need to be on the same 'page' you're on. Look at the legend in the lower right corner of your pic. When there are two colors, like the lower half, the solid color is listed first and the tracer is second. Always, everywhere, not optional, mandatory. There are only 3 orange wires, none of them have a black tracer.

There is a black/orange listed, but I can't find it. What's the nearest electrical device to what you're calling the main connector, the ignition switch?
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Old 06-06-2012, 03:02 PM   #65512
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That would make sense, except I see it as a Y/G (yellow/green). Do you have the bike or is it at the shop?

I (and anyone else that want's to help) need to be on the same 'page' you're on. Look at the legend in the lower right corner of your pic. When there are two colors, like the lower half, the solid color is listed first and the tracer is second. Always, everywhere, not optional, mandatory. There are only 3 orange wires, none of them have a black tracer.

There is a black/orange listed, but I can't find it. What's the nearest electrical device to what you're calling the main connector, the ignition switch?
Ok so I think I have figured it out. In that schematic I posted above the Orange/White wire from the kill switch runs to the Orange/Black wire which runs down to the side stand relay. This is how the kill switch/starter gets power on this version. See below :


The older version (the used harness I bought) has this wire soldered to the straight orange power wire. Such as below:


So it appears all I need to do is connect the orange/white wire from the kill switch to the orange power wire (essentially making it like the old harness and bypassing that side-stand wire. Does that make sense to people?
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Old 06-06-2012, 03:06 PM   #65513
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There is a 2007 DR650 with ~120 miles on it at Tread and Track in Klamath Falls, Oregon for sale. Asking price is $4000 if anyone is interested. You don't see these very long typically, at least around here (this wasn't on their site just a little while ago because I check their site from time to time), so I figured I'd throw it out there.

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Old 06-06-2012, 04:24 PM   #65514
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No wonder I can't find the damn thing, no one can agree on WTF to call it! Will this work on the DR?

http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com...t-Spanner.aspx



If not, maybe you can tell me what you're using...don't even bother saying "a drift and a hammer". If I wanted to destroy it, I wouldn't be asking.

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Old 06-06-2012, 04:40 PM   #65515
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(In the drawing legend), there are only 3 orange wires, none of them have a black tracer.
At this end of the wire, it's a double black tracer, 180* apart.


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Ok so I think I have figured it out. In that schematic I posted above the Orange/White wire from the kill switch runs to the Orange/Black wire which runs down to the side stand relay. This is how the kill switch/starter gets power on this version.

The older version (the used harness I bought) has this wire soldered to the straight orange power wire.

So it appears all I need to do is connect the orange/white wire from the kill switch to the orange power wire (essentially making it like the old harness and bypassing that side-stand wire. Does that make sense to people?
Sounds like you have a plan.
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Old 06-06-2012, 04:58 PM   #65516
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Note to self, always call Procycle! I am going on vacation to the Oregon Coast and think I will stop by the shop to see if I can stop by and leave without buying anything. I bet I can't. Thanks Roger
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Old 06-06-2012, 05:02 PM   #65517
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Old 06-06-2012, 05:34 PM   #65518
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No wonder I can't find the damn thing, no one can agree on WTF to call it! Will this work on the DR?

http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com...t-Spanner.aspx



If not, maybe you can tell me what you're using...don't even bother saying "a drift and a hammer". If I wanted to destroy it, I wouldn't be asking.

Thanks!
We don't know WTF "it" is?
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Old 06-06-2012, 05:43 PM   #65519
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We don't know WTF "it" is?
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Old 06-06-2012, 06:01 PM   #65520
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I got up, swore, looked at the bike and the large trail of oil running down hill, picked it up and threw it onto the other side.


Minus rear brake lever (ripped clean off) I then had to make my way down from Baldy Ridge Fire trail and get home the long way. Only half a load of oil...barely made the low edge of the sight glass.

I got home and ripped it apart to fix the frame and discovered that the fuel tank took enough of a hit to snap one spark plug. I didn't notice. The old girl ran like a Swiss watch.
Watching Snowy's adventures, allows me to never worry about longevity issues,
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