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This is a discussion on Yuminashi ECU Repin for Monkey? within the Monkey Talk forums, part of the Honda Monkey 125 Forums category; no problem man. you'll get going in no time. the zener in place is a 3v drop. so the voltage on the pink will be ...

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    no problem man. you'll get going in no time.

    the zener in place is a 3v drop. so the voltage on the pink will be 3 volts less than whatever battery voltage is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wibbly View Post
    ...and i don't have an ugly attitude
    You just don't see it.
    People who are ill behave like you do.
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    see, YOU'RE the oblivious one. you don't understand that your advice is bad. you don't understand that you're wrong about how your ecu works. you don't understand that the forum doesn't revolve around you and that spamming your bike everywhere isn't welcome activity.

    you are so proud of yourself that you can't even see how wrong you are all the time.

    your deflections just show how delusional you are.


    that's all. maybe you can bbq paint some more of your bike and post it in 7 different places.

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    There's that ugly additude again, Quibbly. You must be ill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tooter View Post
    I did and it worked just fine. I took the covers off and was unable to release the clips so I simply popped them out.

    Why the perennially ugly attitude, Quibbly? What's wrong with you that you're trying so hard to compensate?
    Is it a physical impairment or illness? Sick people behave like you do.

    If you ever have intermittent symptoms of stalling, or check engine lights, or any other problems, I would first check the ECU plugs. It definitely isn't the best way to just rip them out. The plastic tabs if pushed on will allow the pin to easily slide out. That's all that holds the pin in the harness.

    I've seen cars stall out because of poor pin tension and that is simply how snug the female and male pins fit together. Granted, a wiring harness is cheap for these, but it isn't something that you want to have to do over a simple mistake. Not trying to judge, just to be fair.

    Do the pins you swapped easily slide in and out after swapping them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillybuilt View Post
    Do the pins you swapped easily slide in and out after swapping them?
    They go in deep so it's easy to think they're clicked all the way in when they aren't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tooter View Post
    They go in deep so it's easy to think they're clicked all the way in when they aren't.
    If you pull on the pins that you removed and they want to slip back out then the tabs are compromised and that plastic part will have to be replaced. Or the entire wiring harness. Personally, I wouldn't run my bike like that. Too many places with no cell service and huge hills to risk that hassle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillybuilt View Post
    If you pull on the pins that you removed and they want to slip back out then the tabs are compromised and that plastic part will have to be replaced. Or the entire wiring harness. Personally, I wouldn't run my bike like that. Too many places with no cell service and huge hills to risk that hassle.

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    amen brother.

    and if you ARE going to hackjob it, don't suggest others do the same. common sense really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillybuilt View Post
    If you pull on the pins that you removed and they want to slip back out then the tabs are compromised and that plastic part will have to be replaced.
    You're wrong philly. They snap back in positively and dont pull out wthout deliberate force. I use my Grom every day so it needs to be reliable. The ECU worked perfectly from the moment it was plugged in and still is today.
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    your confirmation bias has you so blind you're now quoting people who aren't even me. i should screenshot this before you edit your post and claim i'm wrong again.

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