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    Unhappy Bajaj Pulsar 150 CDI Unit

    Hello Friends i have bajaj pulsar 150 dtsi ug3 digital meter.The connector of CDI UNIT is broken so i decided to change it, by mistake i cut the wire of connector and the connector is misplaced by me.So I bring a new connector. But the new connector has different wires. Now I don't know which wire connects to where, please help.
    you can also post pics of your CDI UNIT which can help me

    here the model of cdi unit
    Product Code: SAP-0678C
    OEM Number : DH 11 1064
    Company : Bajaj
    Model : Pulsar
    Description : 150 DTS-i Digital Meter
    Last edited by khanfrd; 08-09-2012 at 08:45 PM.

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    query approved.

    Kindly work on your English.
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    it is very easy, ask any good mechanic or ASS.
    otherwise post the pics here of both parts you wanna join and set of wires. we will help, but i will have to ask my mechanic for that and it will take a week. still you plz post pics, we will try.

    CDI is a very important part, there should not be any wire joints in ignition path. this is not recomended at all. it can result in short ckt or fire or anything if something goes wrong.

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    Here is a block diag of a P180 UG III Ignition circuit....hope this helps...
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    Here is the pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by khanfrd View Post
    Here is the pics
    Luckily you have cut the wire with the wire color code in place....
    Now you have to join to main harness the 6 pin connector by MATCHING THE CONNECTOR WIRE COLOR CODE with the same wires on the Harness...the two connections at the end are for the reed switch on the carburetor...
    Try to solder the connections to ensure you don't develop loose contact....and use either heat shrink sleeve or Insulation tape , on each connection.
    Last edited by psr; 08-07-2012 at 07:50 PM.
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    sorry sir but the wire of connector is different
    here is the original connector
    Last edited by khanfrd; 08-07-2012 at 07:57 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khanfrd View Post
    sorry sir but the wire of connector is different
    here is the original connector
    Since you have no idea about the wires color code, and had somehow removed wire from the connectors TOTALLY without a bit of wire.......Either take it to ASC or get a knowledgeable Bike electrician to do proper connection....
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    i go to mechanic but he also confuse
    so i attach a pic that can describe which wire connects to where ( like 1 connects to 1 and 2 to 2 so on) so plz tell is this right or wrong
    if wrong plz can someone correct it
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    Last edited by khanfrd; 08-08-2012 at 12:22 AM.

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    buddy where is the cdi? i tried to locate it, but i think its right behind the fuel tank strangled...if so then wont be able to dismantle the tank by myself, as i dont have the need wrench...

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