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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-13-2019, 06:37 PM Thread Starter
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cant find the fuel pump power connector

What colors are the wires on the fuel pump power connector on a 1998-1999 t595

I am trying to resurrect a wrecked and abandoned t595. I think whoever was taking parts off just cut the power wires on the tank to get it out of the way quickly.

There is a black and purple wire set that has been cut under the tank, and I am guessing that is it.

gonna have to order a couple of things, but I am needing to know if that is the correct wire or if I need to keep looking.

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Fuel Pump wires are Purple/White (from the Fuel Pump Relay) and Black (Ground)
The 'Enable' for the Relay (from the ECU) is Purple/Black.
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thanks, now i just need to find a source for the connector
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https://kojaycat.co.uk/epages/950000.../2W-HX-FEM-BLK

1998-2002 TRANSMISSION PLUG HONDA ACCORD LINEAR VALVE WIRING HARNESS

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1998-2002-T...0AAOSwcaFZFiDq

In case anyone else needs this down the road.

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That is NOT the correct one for your T595 (or your Sprint, which use same connector as your Daytona)

See here - https://www.triumphrat.net/2484451-post2.html

If you look at the one you linked, there are two side keys and one bottom key; further the side keys are centered with the plane of the terminals
Look at your pump - there is no bottom key and the two side keys are below the centre line across the terminals

https://www.corsa-technic.com/item.p...ategory_id=125
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I don't want to have to buy a crimping tool for 1 use.

Do you have the crimping tool, I would pay for someone to make me a pig tail that I could just solder to my harness.

I may just see if they still have that tiger at the salvage yard and go liberate a few parts.

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found one on amazon that uses this connector.

Part number: WPT-1210

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Ok, which side of the connector is the purple wire

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As D'Ecosse posted the wires to the fuel pump are black(ground) and purple/white. The purple/white goes to the fuel pump relay. That's the power wire to the fuel pump. The purple/white wire also is shared with the three injectors.

Unfortunately my T595 is stored with the fairings on otherwise I could do a quick check for you of the connector.

Just looked at my bike for you. Not sure what you mean by what side of the connector. One half of the connector is attached to the fuel plate, permanent. The half that plugs into the fuel plate half has the black and purple/white wire. The relay is a different story since it has 4 wires going to it.

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^ I think he wants to know which terminal on the connector is which (since he is wiring up a new pigtail)
i.e. viewing as it is plugged into pump, is the negative the top wire or the bottom wire.
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