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if you ever need to pull your codes you can jumper out two of the four wires on your diagnostic plug and get the same result that the diag. harness will give you. Only things is that the dealerships do not like to give you the harness. If you are looking into the end of the plug with the clip facing up you will jumper out the top 2 pins. The 2 that are closest to the clip on the plug.
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This is what it should look like when you jumper it, using either a piece of wire or a paper clip. I took the photo from the King Quad section on Nyroc's.




2006 ARCTIC CAT 700EFI SE (Now belongs to Dad) Burnt Orange, AC shock covers & hand guards, WARN 2500 w/ Amsteel rope, AC bumpers, 27" XTR's on 14" machined ITP 7's, SpeedRack backrest, front & rear rack extensions, reverse light, AC heated grips, 60" American Eagle plow. "Sanny SteerLites" and shock bushings
2007 ARCTIC CAT 700 EFI: Marsh Green, AC shock covers & hand guards, WARN 2500 w/ Amsteel rope, AC bumpers, 25" Bighorns on 12" ITP SS108's /25" MudLites on 12" ITP 7's black, Highlifter wheel spacers 1" front 1.5" rear, AC heated grips, 6K HID's, Odyssey PC680, 60" AC tapered plow. "Sanny SteerLites" and full suspension bushings.
2007 ARCTIC CAT 500 Auto: Red, AC bumpers, AC hand guards, WARN 2500, 25" Bear Claws on 12" ITP SS106's, PowerStar PS680.
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did that work for you because thats not how i do my 07 700efi. Are sure the wiring harnesses are the same. I know the engines are but what about the harnesses. my plug has a total of 4 wires not 3.
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Yep, that's how I did my 06 and 07. There are 4 wires, there are 2 on the side that you jumper, one in the middle, and one on the other side.

2006 ARCTIC CAT 700EFI SE (Now belongs to Dad) Burnt Orange, AC shock covers & hand guards, WARN 2500 w/ Amsteel rope, AC bumpers, 27" XTR's on 14" machined ITP 7's, SpeedRack backrest, front & rear rack extensions, reverse light, AC heated grips, 60" American Eagle plow. "Sanny SteerLites" and shock bushings
2007 ARCTIC CAT 700 EFI: Marsh Green, AC shock covers & hand guards, WARN 2500 w/ Amsteel rope, AC bumpers, 25" Bighorns on 12" ITP SS108's /25" MudLites on 12" ITP 7's black, Highlifter wheel spacers 1" front 1.5" rear, AC heated grips, 6K HID's, Odyssey PC680, 60" AC tapered plow. "Sanny SteerLites" and full suspension bushings.
2007 ARCTIC CAT 500 Auto: Red, AC bumpers, AC hand guards, WARN 2500, 25" Bear Claws on 12" ITP SS106's, PowerStar PS680.
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sweet, where do you read the codes

07 700 efi marsh green getting closer and closer to stock...
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The code should show up on the pod display when something is wrong. Also allows you to check your TPS.

2006 ARCTIC CAT 700EFI SE (Now belongs to Dad) Burnt Orange, AC shock covers & hand guards, WARN 2500 w/ Amsteel rope, AC bumpers, 27" XTR's on 14" machined ITP 7's, SpeedRack backrest, front & rear rack extensions, reverse light, AC heated grips, 60" American Eagle plow. "Sanny SteerLites" and shock bushings
2007 ARCTIC CAT 700 EFI: Marsh Green, AC shock covers & hand guards, WARN 2500 w/ Amsteel rope, AC bumpers, 25" Bighorns on 12" ITP SS108's /25" MudLites on 12" ITP 7's black, Highlifter wheel spacers 1" front 1.5" rear, AC heated grips, 6K HID's, Odyssey PC680, 60" AC tapered plow. "Sanny SteerLites" and full suspension bushings.
2007 ARCTIC CAT 500 Auto: Red, AC bumpers, AC hand guards, WARN 2500, 25" Bear Claws on 12" ITP SS106's, PowerStar PS680.
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should this be pinned?

07 700 efi marsh green getting closer and closer to stock...
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If your having a hard time figuring out which holes to stick it in itd the blue and black wires on the back side.

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Front 28x10x12 Mud Lites on ss108
Rear 28x12x12 Mud Lites on ss108
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