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    Speed sensor ABS

    I am trying to mount a GIpro but I cant seem to find the speed sensor. I have an 2007 S2 with ABS. Will there be an speed sensor or is it the ABS unit that sends the signal? Anybody who perhaps can post a picture how to find it? :BLAA:

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    I seem to have found on the electric diagram that there is a yellow/white cable that goes from the ABS unit to the ECU. On the intstructions of how to install the GIpro on a motorcycle that do have ABS it says that you should connect on this cable...
    The FZ6 ABS does not have any special speed sensor, it is the ABS unit that controls this...now I just have to find the right cable to connect...
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    Re: Speed sensor ABS

    Quote Originally Posted by Cribbe View Post
    I am trying to mount a GIpro but I cant seem to find the speed sensor. I have an 2007 S2 with ABS. Will there be an speed sensor or is it the ABS unit that sends the signal? Anybody who perhaps can post a picture how to find it? :BLAA:
    Here you go

    Speed senor

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    Re: Speed sensor ABS

    Well it is not as simple as that...
    The FZ6 ABS does not have any special speed sensor, it is the ABS unit that controls this...now I just have to find the right cable to connect...
    I seem to have found on the electric diagram that there is a yellow/white cable that goes from the ABS unit to the ECU. On the intstructions of how to install the GIpro on a motorcycle that do have ABS it says that you should connect on this cable...my question is where it is...
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    Re: Speed sensor ABS

    Quote Originally Posted by Cribbe View Post
    Well it is not as simple as that...
    The FZ6 ABS does not have any special speed sensor, it is the ABS unit that controls this...now I just have to find the right cable to connect...
    I seem to have found on the electric diagram that there is a yellow/white cable that goes from the ABS unit to the ECU. On the intstructions of how to install the GIpro on a motorcycle that do have ABS it says that you should connect on this cable...my question is where it is...
    There must be a unit that the 2 sensors send the speed signal from each wheel to. This is where I would look for the plug with the color coded wires you are describing. I don't have a schematic for the ABS FZ6 so I'm sorry I can't help but let me see if I can find a micro fiche at Ron Ayers.com and get back to you.
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    Re: Speed sensor ABS

    Quote Originally Posted by Motogiro View Post
    There must be a unit that the 2 sensors send the speed signal from each wheel to. This is where I would look for the plug with the color coded wires you are describing. I don't have a schematic for the ABS FZ6 so I'm sorry I can't help but let me see if I can find a micro fiche at Ron Ayers.com and get back to you.
    Cliff,

    Here is a link to the ABS version service manual.
    The ABS wiring diagram is at page #444

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    Re: Speed sensor ABS

    Quote Originally Posted by degake View Post
    Cliff,

    Here is a link to the ABS version service manual.
    The ABS wiring diagram is at page #444

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    Thank you Degake! The PDF loads but I can only view the cover page. Tried saving it and I get a corrupt message...
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    Re: Speed sensor ABS

    Quote Originally Posted by Motogiro View Post
    Thank you Degake! The PDF loads but I can only view the cover page. Tried saving it and I get a corrupt message...
    "You've got mail" :BLAA:

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    Re: Speed sensor ABS

    This is what I figured out, the question is if it is the right cable?
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    Re: Speed sensor ABS

    Quote Originally Posted by Cribbe View Post
    This is what I figured out, the question is if it is the right cable?
    That looks like the wire between the ABS ECU and Bike ECM/ECU

    Degake helped out getting me the info I needed. The ABS ECU #17 on the PDF should have the speedo output to the bike ECU.

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    Re: Speed sensor ABS

    Finally got it sorted out with help from Healtech!
    This is the install info for Yamaha ABS bikes, using the GPX-U01 harness kit.
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    1) Remove the seat and find the ECU connector.
    2) Splice the Red GPX wire to any +12V switched power lead, e.g. to the Red/White wire at the ECU connector.
    3) Splice the Black GPX wire to chassis ground, or the negative battery terminal.
    4) Splice the White GPX wire to the White/Yellow (speed signal) wire at the ECU connector.
    5) Splice the Green GPX wire to the Gray (crankshaft sensor signal) wire at the ECU connector.

    Se the attached wiring diagram (I have marked the cables with a red dot)
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