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Old 01-20-2014, 03:50 PM   #1
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fuel fuse keeps poping!! help!

i have a 00 600 gsxr with a 1000 swap off of an 05
the fuel fuse keeps poping everytime I turn the key forward
I found a connector under the fuel tank that has 3 wires 1 red 1 orange with green stripe and 1 black
does anyone know where that plug ends up at?? so I can make a new wire for it,
im sure that's the reason why this happens
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an unconnected connector will not make a fuse need to look for a shorted to ground wire or bad fuel pump....try unplugging the fuel pump and see if it blows the fuse

if you have a schematic for that circuit you can unplug everything and then plug the connectors back one by one till you get the fuse to blow
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Old 01-20-2014, 04:57 PM   #3
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Suzuki was known for moving wires around on the ECU between years and models. Was the existing harness used or the one that came with the 1000? You have a unique situation and it is going to take a dedicated person to look at it and determine where the issue is.
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lots of em

I'm just guessing but maybe its a sign the pump on its way out and its drawing more current to do its job.
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