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ProjectSi

posted on 14/8/16 at 07:02 PM Reply With Quote
CBR 600 Carb TPS wiring help?

Need a bit of help with my carbs. I'm trying to connect the carb TPS to the ECU I'm running however I have no idea what wire does what on the Carb side of the TPS. The carbs are CBR 600 carbs. I have three wires, A solid blue wire, a RED wire with tiny yellow strip and a Yellow wire with tiny red strip. Does anyone have any idea what does what?
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tul214

posted on 14/8/16 at 07:32 PM Reply With Quote
TPS colours

here

Just re read your colours and I think they should be;
Red/Yellow - Signal
Yellow/red - Positive
Blue - 0V

[Edited on 14/8/16 by tul214]





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ProjectSi

posted on 14/8/16 at 09:37 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by tul214
here

Just re read your colours and I think they should be;
Red/Yellow - Signal
Yellow/red - Positive
Blue - 0V

[Edited on 14/8/16 by tul214]


Thanks, I had initially seen that post but my wires were totally different colour hence my post. Now that's sorted, I need to figure out what does what on the ECU side of the tps wiring lol. I wasn't sure what he meant by "Vref" when referring to the last wire hence the confusion

[Edited on 14/8/16 by ProjectSi]

[Edited on 14/8/16 by ProjectSi]

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FASTdan

posted on 15/8/16 at 07:44 AM Reply With Quote
Bit late now, but for anyone searching in the future we have a TPS wiring guide on our website covering the common bike throttle position sensors:

danST Engineering TPS Wiring Guide





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