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    Waveraider 1100 ebox (what wires do I connect up)

    I don't want to get into specifics but every butt connector and ground wires have been undone. The ebox is completely disassembled... I've been looking for a wiring diagram or some indication of what wires go where but I'm struggling. Please help if possible, thanks.

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    Re: Waveraider 1100 ebox (what wires do I connect up)

    They are all color coded. Match them up.
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    Re: Waveraider 1100 ebox (what wires do I connect up)

    Matched them up twice, nothing happened when I tried to start it.

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    Re: Waveraider 1100 ebox (what wires do I connect up)

    Is the 10a fuse inline on red wire good?
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    Re: Waveraider 1100 ebox (what wires do I connect up)

    Yeah it's good, I had to solder a new fuse assembly because the old one broke, but it still worked afterwards.

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    Re: Waveraider 1100 ebox (what wires do I connect up)

    Does it click or buzz or anything when you try to start? If not then I would check to see if the big power wires on the solenoid are backwards.
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    Re: Waveraider 1100 ebox (what wires do I connect up)

    Also test your start / stop switch.

    You can test at the plug where it goes into the e-box. Red/brown wires are start, Black / white are stop.
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