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Old 11-20-2012, 10:04 PM   #141
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Re: How to do... Keyless ignition....

Alright so I followed the wires from the ignition down to where they clip in on the left side of the bike. I unclipped the red and white connectors. When I put a small wire to the inside of the white clip the fuel tank primes and lights come on. However the bike will not crank...I also kept the red clip plugged in and nothing. Then I connected a wire to the red clip and still nothing. What am I doing wrong? I have the key but just was wondering how it worked. Its an 09 R6 btw. It is super easy on the 600rr but it seems Yamaha has made it a little harder
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Old 11-21-2012, 09:42 AM   #142
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Alright so I followed the wires from the ignition down to where they clip in on the left side of the bike. I unclipped the red and white connectors. When I put a small wire to the inside of the white clip the fuel tank primes and lights come on. However the bike will not crank...I also kept the red clip plugged in and nothing. Then I connected a wire to the red clip and still nothing. What am I doing wrong? I have the key but just was wondering how it worked. Its an 09 R6 btw. It is super easy on the 600rr but it seems Yamaha has made it a little harder
Did you twist the two small wires together? Need that for the fuel injectors to squirt

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Old 11-21-2012, 10:02 AM   #143
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Did you twist the two small wires together? Need that for the fuel injectors to squirt

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Ye you gotta make em squirt or you're doing it wrong...
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Old 11-21-2012, 10:19 AM   #144
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Re: How to do... Keyless ignition....

Some updates to this thread:

1. The 06 and up R6V newer generation machines need a 1" pvc fitting to use as a base for the rocker switch. The 1-1/4" is too big.

2. It seems that the newer bikes are the same as the 03-05 machines as far as wiring diagrams go. Simply take the two small blue and black wires and twist them together. The orange wire is no longer needed, so cap it off. The red and brown wires will go to your switch of choice.

3. If you use a three pronged illuminated switch, you must be aware that the connections are directional. The ground must be brown, the hot or load must be red and earth must be grounded to the bikes chassis.

4. If you go to a single switch approach, you will have to follow your wiring looms down under the air box and carefully expose the needed wires form the loom. The only wires of concern are the ( red and white ) and ( black and red )wires. Following the schematic posted on the first page you should be able to easily see what needs to be done. It can't be any simpler.

5. The euro bikes with immobilizer are different, but it appears that doing the single switch approach bypasses it? I'm still not sure so someone please confirm the needed process for the euro machines.
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5. The euro bikes with immobilizer are different, but it appears that doing the single switch approach bypasses it? I'm still not sure so someone please confirm the needed process for the euro machines.
I have not been able to do keyless ignition on any Euro/Canadian bikes unless I flashed the ECU and removed the immobilizer code first.

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Old 11-21-2012, 01:07 PM   #146
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Re: How to do... Keyless ignition....

Um I dis connected the red and white clips from ignition and wired the red one together and the white one together. bike lights come on and fuel pump primes but no power to starter. Am I supposed to connect them together.
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Old 11-21-2012, 01:08 PM   #147
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In for the, ''I blew my gas tank up.''
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Old 11-21-2012, 02:20 PM   #148
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In for the, ''I blew my gas tank up.''
It's okay I have 3 back up bikes for it.
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Re: How to do... Keyless ignition....

Refer to the wiring diagram on page one. The only wire that needs to be cut is the red and white one. That wire is then split between the switch and the red wire from the original ignition switch. But you must refer to the diagram for correctness of the modification.
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Old 12-07-2012, 05:41 AM   #150
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Re: How to do... Keyless ignition....

question, im not sure if its been answered already or not but, if i do keyless on my bike will my headlights still work?
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