The tacho does work, you have to join the red/w stripe wire to the red/w wire that joins to the CDI unit for it to work... you may have to extend the length of that wire to reach where the CDI is. Dont worry about that oil light wire, its no use.. well for me anyways so i didnt bother with it
Thanks for the info!!! Ya know, we may not have gotten off on the right foot, but you sure are turning out to be A-Okay in my book! Thanks for taking the time to try and help me hook this thing up!!!
Here is what the seller emailed me back with the wiring. Alleyoop
Brown/Black: ignition lock black switch wire ( if the Positive line ignition lock control off, can be directly connected to the positive line of the oil gauge) Green: Negative electrode Red: Power wire anode Blue: low and high beam light Orange: Left turning light Light blue: Right turning light Red/White: Tachometer wire ( connect to Engine pulse red wire ) Yellow/Green: Fuel indicator wire( if your fuel gauge sender 0-100 ohm connect this wire) Yellw/White: Fuel indicator wire( if your fuel gauge sender 0-500 ohm connect this wire)
Thanks mate and sorry again for sounding like an arse before.
The only things that dont work on mine is the oil light (because no need for it) and the clock resets everytime i turn ignition off (due to how i wired the positive)... but clock not working doesnt bother me lol.
If i have time tomorrow i'll post a vid on here of the dash on my scooter working
Sorry i havent been on here to upload a vid, been busy working on the outlaw and forgot to do a vid before pulling it apart lol. How is your digital dash going?
Like you, i've been busy, busy, busy.... No, unfortunately have not had the time to install my speedo yet... Before I can even get do it, I have to finish out this 11 pole stator swap I'm doing on a different scoot.
I will get to it.... Here where I live (USA, Michigan) for the next 3~4 months us scooter riders are just SOL...
Lately it has been cold, but dry.... So, I figured what the heck, I'll go for a ride.... It was 29* outside.... I made it less than a mile and turned around for home..... way too cold for me.. And I was very bundled up.... That cold air just cuts through your clothing as if you're naked....
Anyhow, I'll get to it ASAP and keep me updated if ya get that video up .
Last Edit: Dec 12, 2014 12:31:25 GMT -6 by dmartin95
Hey mate, have you managed to do any work to the dash at all? :-)
Yeah, a little bit... I have the panels off and have visually inspected/traced all my wires. In addition, the president of Bintelli sent me the wiring diagram for my scooter (Bintelli Havoc 150cc).... So, that makes things on the scooter end much simpler...
But, as I started looking, I realized some potential problems....
Using Alleys wiring description he got from the seller;
Let's jump to fuel wires,.. Two are listed, but the description seems like an either or, not both....
Yellow/Green: Fuel indicator wire( if your fuel gauge sender 0-100 ohm connect this wire)
Yellw/White: Fuel indicator wire( if your fuel gauge sender 0-500 ohm connect this wire)
Most gy6 150cc Chinese scooters have pretty similar fuel senders. Mine is like the one in the included pic...
I don't yet know how the fuel sender works...
The ground I could hook into a ground anywhere... That leaves the two wires yellow/blue.....seeing as how I have two free from the digital speedo and two from the sender, seems like I should somehow connect the pair, instead of the "either or" scenario I listed above.
Last Edit: Jan 14, 2015 21:40:09 GMT -6 by dmartin95
Red: battery positive terminal of the electric door locks come in here (keep always have electricity Flanagan) Brown / Black: electric door lock control closed positive (by the positive control switches) Green: Negative Yellow / White: 3-wire fuel oil floating signal line 500 Europe Yellow / green: 2-wire 100 ohm fuel oil floating signal line (2-of-2 oil floats a look at his car crossing a line connected to pick which one you can empty a) Light Blue: right turn instructions Orange: Left turn instructions Blue: Indicates beam Red / White: engine speed to engine trigger coil (also known as the pulse coil)
Doing a update here. I just installed my speedometer this last weekend and thought I would do a translation from Engrish to English.....
Red: Connect to constant 12V (direct battery voltage)
Brown: Connect to switched 12V (switched voltage from the keyed switch in the "on" position)
Green: Connect to negative/ground
Yellow/White: Connect to fuel float if 3 wire signal 500 ohm fuel sender
Yellow/Green: Connect to fuel float if 2 wire signal 100 ohm fuel sender
Light Blue: Right turn signal
Orange: Left turn signal
Blue: High beam indicator
Red/White: Connect inline with "trigger wire" to CDI. This wire can be Red/White, Blue/Yellow, or Blue/White.
I found that I only needed to connect 1 wire to the fuel float in my application. I had a 3 wire float and in my case the Yellow/White wire was the same on the scooter. I just taped the unused wires up and connected the two Yellow/White wires together and gage worked fine. It was half full when I hooked up the gage and just to see if it was working right I started to add gas and watched the gage. As the tank filled gage went up and showed full once full.
In my case the Red/White wire for the "trigger wire" was the same color as my scooter had for that application.
Cheers mate for writing this guide up, i was abit smashed when i installed mine and magicly everything pretty much worked first go lol.. and yeah i forgot how i wired it all up. Im about to remove that dash from the scooter its in and put it in another one of my scooters and this guide will be very useful