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Last post 08-22-2013 08:11 AM by balsa. 34 replies.
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  • 08-20-2013 04:40 PM In reply to

    Re: Yamaha BWS 125 (Melbourne)

    Hi Balsa!

    I am writing to you from Russia, and my English is not very good :)

    Write to me in detail how to connect the new to the old Gauge connector with three wires (blue, yellow, green).

    I understand you correctly, I need to connect the brown wire from the new Gauge to the green wire on the old jack, and the white wire from the new Gauge, connected to the blue wire on the old connector?

    If I misunderstood you, please, show photos as you connect the fuel gauge to the new Gauge.


    Question: what need is the green wire from the new Gauge?

    Sincerely Dimanbratan.

  • 08-20-2013 05:41 PM In reply to

    • balsa
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    Re: Yamaha BWS 125 (Melbourne)

    Hi dimanbratan

    You have misunderstood my instructions.

    The white wire connect to the white wire on the scooter.

    The light green wire connect to the light green wire on the scooter

    The medium green wire connect to the medium green wire on the scooter.

    The dark green wire connect to the dark green wire on the scooter.

    Its the same for all the wires, you connect the same colour to the same colour.

    Its night time at the moment, I will try to take a photo tomorrow if I get time.

  • 08-21-2013 02:18 AM In reply to

    Re: Yamaha BWS 125 (Melbourne)

    I have a scooter that's worth a fuel gauge

  • 08-22-2013 01:29 AM In reply to

    Re: Yamaha BWS 125 (Melbourne)

    Today I hooked up the fuel gauge, but on my scooter it does not work correctly, the fact that my factory fuel sensor has a resistance of 33 ohms to 530 ohms, and the original sensor Yamaha Zuma gives values ​​from 0 ohms to 100 ohms.

    I realized that the new BWS X Gauge is responsible for this green wire, it measures the resistance in ohms between the sensor and the ground.

    To ensure that the new BWS X Gauge showed correct fuel level, it is necessary that your fuel gauge gave values ​​of 4-10 ohms (full) to 90-100 ohms (empty).

    A sensor in the fuel is responsible for this green wire (ground) and yellow (ohms)!

    Thank you to everyone who helped me!

  • 08-22-2013 08:11 AM In reply to

    • balsa
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    Re: Yamaha BWS 125 (Melbourne)

    Hi dimanbratan

    Good luck with the fuel gauge it sounds like you are getting it sorted.

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