Does the 3rd wire have a color? If it wasn't used in the plug then it may be a wire used to reduce radio interference.
Its a difference in how the sensors are made and work. 3 wires is hall effect, 2 wires is reluctance.Does the 3rd wire have a color? If it wasn't used in the plug then it may be a wire used to reduce radio interference.
Thats my bad, I assumed the kit worked with the sensor on the scooter. I was not aware that the kit included a new sensor.Right. I would hate to order a 32707-01 sensor only to find 3 wires when I remove the moulded plug in order to solder the wires to the module, which happened with the 32798-04C. Looks like the wires are 90 deg. and above the bolt boss too me, that probably doesn't matter though.
Not your bad. Probably mine. The kit does not include a sensor (see pic) I assumed that the function of these sensors was the same and I got the one for the motor as a replacement to try and cure my none starting problem. None of these sensors have a part number stamped on them. I have now gone ahead and ordered a 32707-01 and hoping for the best.Thats my bad, I assumed the kit worked with the sensor on the scooter. I was not aware that the kit included a new sensor.
Thanks, but neither Ronnies or Surdyke will ship outside the U.S. I am in Norway.That's what you get from ordering from an aftermarket source and $88! Now I will have to order a new one from my nearest HD dealer.
Surdyke or Ronnies will give you a discount for those parts about $46 when you sign up online
Back again, Been working on my house and also needed a break for my head. I got the 32707-01 sensor which Thunderheart was adamant that I use. The wires come out of the sensor correctly and to the moulded plug. When removing the plug in order to solder the wires in to the module I find the red and the black and also a white wire that is not connected into the moulded plug at all. There are only 2 pins in the plug. I clipped off the end of the white wire and soldered the red and black correctly as described in the diagram from Thunderheart.Thats my bad, I assumed the kit worked with the sensor on the scooter. I was not aware that the kit included a new sensor.
Unfortunately, I don't have access to a scope, but I will try to get my interface cable back and connect to my laptop with the Thunderheart software that came with the Stand Alone System. Failing that I am beginning to look at the German Altmann-P3 ignition that has very good reviews and feedback here in Europe. A bit expensive, but if it works....Time to wire it up to the scope and see what the spark pattern looks like.