What is this connector?

6 replies to this topic
  • markturbo

Posted July 06, 2007 - 03:18 AM


There are actually 2 plugs that don't plug into anything, one directly below the display with four wires going into it. Then another white one just below it with 6 wires into it.

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  • ARin

Posted July 06, 2007 - 03:40 PM


its for the flux capacitor.

actually, i have no clue. look up the microfiche schematic for that bike and see if it is listed.

  • crooks420

Posted July 06, 2007 - 04:41 PM


For your turn signals and horn...... duh

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  • ncampion

Posted July 06, 2007 - 04:55 PM


For your turn signals and horn...... duh

Maybe not so funny, these bikes come street legal in other countries!!

  • crooks420

Posted July 06, 2007 - 05:02 PM


Yes, sarcasm for those not fortunate to have that option.

  • Thumper_Bloke

Posted July 06, 2007 - 05:58 PM


Ok, looking at the wiring schematic for the 2007, you can see the 4-pos connector in the diagram, and they come from the meter: Ch=SLCT1, Dg=SLCT3,Y=RST,B=GND. This appears to be a method to have a remote switch for changing the info on the display (like a handlebar switch). This obviously has nothing to do with horn or turn signals.

Now, the other connector, with 6 wires into it: I cant find this on the schematic, but my guess is its a diode pack. Maybe you can unwrap the electrical tape and take another pic?

  • tony1970

Posted July 06, 2007 - 08:32 PM


The four plug one is for the optional thumb operated remote. It was on the GYTR section of the Yamaha website, but it looks like they discontinued it. I was going to get one, but after trying the computer I can see why they do not have it anymore. Its hard enough to use when your stopped.:thumbsup: The other one I have no idea.


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