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post #1 of 5 Old 01-06-2010, 06:30 PM Thread Starter
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I am just finishing up installing a new thumb warmer element on my sled, and found a pair of wires that look like they were cut somehow. I am not sure what they are for, but am hoping that someone has the wiring diagram for a 2005 F5 Snopro.

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Sled: F7R snopro efi "fighter pilot red" -04
The pictures was to small on tha forum i try this instead *klick*
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Thanks for the diagrams. The second one you posted, was much better, as the first was a little too small to see very well.

It looks like the wires go to the RPS/Axle switch. I do not even know what the hell that is, so I will have to do a little more research.

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"Runaway Prevention Switch" it is a small switch in the thumbgas to prevent the gas to jam and rev up and take off whitout the driver =).. sorry for the english but i hop you understand what i mean =)
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Neither my Speedo or odometer work, is this possibly just a fuse somewhere or a wire with a short in it? Neeeeeddd help as to what could be causing it!!
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