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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-31-2017, 08:07 AM Thread Starter
 
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Redline Revolt Wiring Harness

Ok Folks, I need some serious help here. I purchased a brand new Weber 750NA from Chad Johnson( unable to get him to respond to phone calls or emails) and he provided a wiring harness and ECU from the Redline Revolt. After hooking up the harness there was one wire in particular that was vague as to where it gets hooked up, the wire is a 14 gauge Black wire with a White stripe, it sticks out of the harness by itself. The wiring diagram shows a SMOT, but I can not even locate what that is, perhaps it is only on the The Turbo charged unit. I need some desperate HELP with this wiring Please someone respond. Engine cranks over but will not start. You can call anytime 919-632-9743 even collect if you need to.

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-02-2017, 06:46 PM
 
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Ok Folks, I need some serious help here. I purchased a brand new Weber 750NA from Chad Johnson( unable to get him to respond to phone calls or emails) and he provided a wiring harness and ECU from the Redline Revolt. After hooking up the harness there was one wire in particular that was vague as to where it gets hooked up, the wire is a 14 gauge Black wire with a White stripe, it sticks out of the harness by itself. The wiring diagram shows a SMOT, but I can not even locate what that is, perhaps it is only on the The Turbo charged unit. I need some desperate HELP with this wiring Please someone respond. Engine cranks over but will not start. You can call anytime 919-632-9743 even collect if you need to.
Which end is this near? I'm assuming the engine side? Pics? I have a harness out right now and will go dig it out.


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Re: Redline Revolt Wiring Harness

It is on the engine side. Two other forum members have contacted me and say it goes to ground. Anyone out there in Redline Revolt World have a harness they would sell????
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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-04-2017, 05:45 PM
 
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Re: Redline Revolt Wiring Harness

I don't know why it is sticking out of the harness by itself but on the Redlines the black wires with white stripe are all sensor ground wires. Just ground it.
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Re: Redline Revolt Wiring Harness

This might help got it with my 07 revolt
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