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Fireblade 2003 coil connector

Where do I connect this wire? It is the black/white from the ignition coils. Is it ground or 12V?
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Re: Fireblade 2003 coil connector

Im almost positive that's your service or jumper to test your bike. I believe its something the shops "use" to use to check your diagnostics
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Looks like there is only one wire is that right?

Wires that are Black with White trace is 12v switched and feeds injectors and coils (and some other circuits too) which are then “earthed” by the ECU.

The only red connector I remember has two wires and goes to the crank position sensor on the rh crankcase.


The diagnostic connector has 2 wires and is black.
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Re: Fireblade 2003 coil connector

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Where do I connect this wire? It is the black/white from the ignition coils. Is it ground or 12V?
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There should be another wire/connector in that area near the starter solenoid.

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Re: Fireblade 2003 coil connector

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Im almost positive that's your service or jumper to test your bike. I believe its something the shops "use" to use to check your diagnostics
on my 03 the diagnostic port is all black. so i dont think thats it!

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