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Offline Spank1

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hooking up a Dyna shift minder?
« on: April 17, 2004, 08:41:10 PM »
trying to hook a Dyna shift light to a 01' Busa. which wires do you use?

Offline Paul Flis

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hooking up a Dyna shift minder?
« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2004, 11:45:47 AM »
Tie into all four ground wires on the coils using a 4 into 1 wire harness (can be bought or made).  If you're to make your own, use 1/4watt 100K resistors at the ends of each of the four wires.  Attach the other end of the resistors together along with 1 single wire.  Solder everything and heatshrink, saves you $10.  The shift minder comes with a 2 wire harness so you can take it apart to see how it's put together and either make your own or add a couple wires to it.  This will plug into the green lead on the shift minder from the coils, the red is switched (+), and the black is ground (-). The brown and white wires will power the shift light.  When everything is hooked up the shift light will send a test flash everytime the key is switched on, and you can set the rpms low and rev it to see if it works.  Hope this helps.