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Old 09-02-2010, 05:49 PM
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Does any one have a wiring diagram they could share for the remote oil tank for a 2004 Yamaha 200 2 stroke (single). I had some issues the other night and I pulled the wires out of the plug while trying to unplug the connector. Any help is much appreciated.
Old 09-02-2010, 06:04 PM
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I would be surprised if you could not find an online parts fiche on a yamaha parts dealers site. I use them all the time for working on my sleds.
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Which connector ( location and number of pins). Usually the colors are the same on both halves of the connector,
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Are you talking about the connector on the harness side or the remote tank side?

On the harness side, black is for the sensor ground, yellow is for key on power, blue is the lead to the ECU/manual transfer switch and the black with red stripe goes to the ECU and the tachometer.

Are the terminals damaged or do you just need to get them back into their respective holes in the connector?
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It is the connector right out of the remote oil tank. I thought I had them correct; only two wires came out but once I replaced it is still not transferring oil to the engine tank. This all started when I ran the tank out of oil. I was trying to diagnose and my hands were covered in oil and instead of catching the button on the connector somehow I came out with wires. I wanted to verify that I have the wires correct to start any further diagnoses. The metal leads came out of the plug and I was able to re-insert but I'm not sure if I got it right.

I checked on the Yamaha parts site and there wasn't enough detail.

Thanks for the help.
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