2016 125fb, Stator wire off engine goes where?
  • Poonjavi
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    2016 125fb, Stator wire off engine goes where?

    by Poonjavi » Sun Jan 12, 2020 12:42 pm

    Thanks in advance. Just got a bike with repairs needed and this one I don’t understand.
    Anyone know where the single green w/red stripe wire, that comes out of the left side case, where it gets connected to? I’ve followed it from the battery compartment area to into the engine. From there it comes back out...It seems like the wire goes under the chain guard and may connect under the engine...I just don’t know, do you? Thanks again.
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    JimDirt
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    Re: 2016 125fb, Stator wire off engine goes where?

    by JimDirt » Mon Jan 13, 2020 10:39 pm

    I did some searching , usually I can find stuff ... Unfortunately , I was unable to locate a Service Manual for it , without buying one .... So at this point I am afraid that will be your only solution is to buy the Honda Service Manual for it , as the Owners Manual does not have a Wiring Diagram ..


    The only other suggestion I could offer is to use a Ohm Meter , and put it on Continuity (hopefully with a sound) and stick one end of the probe on the wire , and then start touching the wires at each connection , till you find it , if you are looking at or near the Stator or the Shift Position Sensor (not sure if that model has one or not) , and you should be able to trace it to its source on the engine itself , and/or count the connectors on the plug where the wire exits the loom/connector , then see if another plug matches that configuration (if it is a single wire/plug it should be easily traced) ..... That is about all I can come up with at this point .... :-k 8-[
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    Re: 2016 125fb, Stator wire off engine goes where?

    by Poonjavi » Tue Jan 14, 2020 5:50 pm

    Thank you! I’ll keep you posted on this.

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