FJR 1300 ABS Test Harness

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Re: FJR 1300 ABS Test Harness

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extrememarine wrote: Mon Sep 28, 2020 5:30 pm It's not you, the test harnesses are out of stock
Harnesses aren't necessarily needed, two simple jumper cables will do the same thing. If there is any interest I will link to the post describing how to do this.
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Re: FJR 1300 ABS Test Harness

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I used mine last weekend. Man, that was easy enough even for me. :)
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I would like to get the harness. The links in Ray's first post don't work and go to a "page not found". If the harness is available it would help to update the purchase instructions.
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Re: FJR 1300 ABS Test Harness

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I made a jumper per someones directions. I worked good enough. Then I was bequeathed a harness after an individual went the way of BMW. I passed the Jumper on to another fine soul.

Both seemed to do the trick.
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Re: FJR 1300 ABS Test Harness

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I had the item removed from view, which is why the link goes to a error page. I updated the item in the store to display, but it is still out of stock.

To ionbeam's point, this is a fairly straight forward DIY project, but the fact is that many folks out there don't have the time, skill, or desire to make things like this by following a DIY. There are just as many people who will follow a DIY article for something like this. Frankly, I was surprised at how many of these we sold.
tominca wrote: Tue Sep 29, 2020 9:37 am I would like to get the harness. The links in Ray's first post don't work and go to a "page not found". If the harness is available it would help to update the purchase instructions.
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Re: FJR 1300 ABS Test Harness

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extrememarine wrote: Tue Sep 29, 2020 1:50 pm ...To ionbeam's point, this is a fairly straight forward DIY project, but the fact is that many folks out there don't have the time, skill, or desire to make things like this by following a DIY....
tominca wrote: Tue Sep 29, 2020 9:37 am I would like to get the harness. The links in Ray's first post don't work and go to a "page not found". If the harness is available it would help to update the purchase instructions.
Take one alligator clip lead like the one shown in the picture below. Regardless of how you do the ABS test you have to locate the ABS test connector. Take one end of the clip lead and clip it to the only Black/White wire in the ABS test connector, connect the other end to the only solid Sky Blue wire in the ABS test connector. Done. This is just the same as using the test harness. Test the ABS per instructions. (You could get creative and use something like a paperclip or a few inches of wire to do the same thing as the clip lead.)

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Re: FJR 1300 ABS Test Harness

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I owe an update on the supply.... Covid had caused backlogs in the postal system and it was very likely they would be stranded.... new supply going out next week, international delivery might take extra time, but we'll go for it anyway.
If any of you want to build your own harness, I can also provide the connector number if you wish to order those. As for a switch, anything of your fancy will do from your local electronics supply, etc.
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