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93 wildcat 700 efi

the sled rode fine then tried again the next day no power? I check the battery it was fine i check the fuse it was shot so i replaced it still no power. I checked the dc voltage regulator had power from positive wire but no other connection...does anyone have a wiring diagram that is 700 efi specific with out starter?
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93 wildcat 700 efi

also I'm looking to upgrade the suspension to something with more travel what suspension would transfer over nicely with minimal alterations. I'm a machinist so i made my own riser for it. but now i need more suspension.
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Got pics of that riser?

A TSL skid will bolt in with new holes drilled 2" forward of the existing ones [puts them right on the edge of the reinforcing plates].



I would have to scan the specific page, don't have one available just now.

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Are you saying no spark or just No power as in wont pull itself off idle?
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right now i have no battery light and you dont hear the fuel pump kicking in.
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Check that the relay on the back of the ECU plate is working.
Also, there is a fuseable link that can go bad and cause the problem too.
It is on the Red + wire and splits into a green and brown wire.

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this why ive been trying to find a manual, I can work on harleys but sleds im just getting into. I have 2 pos wires to battery pos and 3 to neg. I replaced the inline fuse with a new blade style have power on opposite side of fuse so i know thats done right.
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what does the relay look like?
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if the kill switch is bad would the battery light still light up or no?
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The relay is a brown box for the fuel pump and the injectors are fed through the blue one.

The battery light would come on only if the kill switch was broken in the run position.

This sled uses a closed to run system which means all switches have to be closed to operate. If one of them is open, the engine will not run.

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Got pics of that riser?

A TSL skid will bolt in with new holes drilled 2" forward of the existing ones [puts them right on the edge of the reinforcing plates].



I would have to scan the specific page, don't have one available just now.
What kinda of rear suspension is on your wildcat looks like it sits alot high than mine?
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The relay is a brown box for the fuel pump and the injectors are fed through the blue one.

The battery light would come on only if the kill switch was broken in the run position.

This sled uses a closed to run system which means all switches have to be closed to operate. If one of them is open, the engine will not run.
So should i try to jump the kill switch?
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So should i try to jump the kill switch?
just jumped kill switch and nothing still
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I put a 1997 ZR 580 rear skid in a 1993 EXT 550 with no alterations at all. It didn't sit up as high as RJ's Wildcat, but it picked it up a couple inches and it rode nice.
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Actually, it from an 01 ZRT, fully coupled which makes it ride like it's a plush carpet.

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anyone find a 93 wildcat 700 efi specific wiring diagram
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I have a hard copy shop manual that I got through a dealer, well worth the $30 it cost.

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