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    Default Recovered stolen bike. Please help if you can.

    Hello and thanks for taking the time to read my post. I am the owner of a 93 Kawasaki ZX7 and my newly recovered stolen Kawasaki 650r 2007.
    I know I'm probably out of line with this context or not doing everything correct order this form ask. But I am in desperate help for have search for 3 days and no avail. Okay my 2007 Ninja 650r the guys who stole it did a number on the wiring I have since then got the bike running but after a while it will cut out on me because the battery dies due to fuel pump and lights using all the batterys power.
    I have searched and searched wiring diagrams for the R/R. But all I seem to find is post with the RR having yellow wires connected to it three of them to be exact and it varies from three to two to five colored wires.
    My r/r has three black wires one black with a yellow stripe one white with a blue stripe and one tan. Could somebody please tell me which one of these three colored wires do I hook to the positive post to the battery so my battery would charge thank you for your time your patience and sorry if I'm out of line with this form but I'm ready to get on the road with this bike being how my ZX7 is in the shop needing copy and rebuild thanks a lot.

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    Obtain the correct factory service manual by downloading or purchase. Check forums like https://www.zx6r.com/forums/service-manuals.42/
    who specialize and become familiar with forums. Someone has had the same problem and fixed it so it's a matter of finding them.

    The shop should have known how to handle this and how to figure out how to perform a charging system test (which is what you need to find out why it's not charging).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Datboy478 View Post
    Hello and thanks for taking the time to read my post. I am the owner of a 93 Kawasaki ZX7 and my newly recovered stolen Kawasaki 650r 2007.
    I know I'm probably out of line with this context or not doing everything correct order this form ask. But I am in desperate help for have search for 3 days and no avail. Okay my 2007 Ninja 650r the guys who stole it did a number on the wiring I have since then got the bike running but after a while it will cut out on me because the battery dies due to fuel pump and lights using all the batterys power.
    I have searched and searched wiring diagrams for the R/R. But all I seem to find is post with the RR having yellow wires connected to it three of them to be exact and it varies from three to two to five colored wires.
    My r/r has three black wires one black with a yellow stripe one white with a blue stripe and one tan. Could somebody please tell me which one of these three colored wires do I hook to the positive post to the battery so my battery would charge thank you for your time your patience and sorry if I'm out of line with this form but I'm ready to get on the road with this bike being how my ZX7 is in the shop needing copy and rebuild thanks a lot.
    You could look for other wires in the harness of the same color, might give you an idea of polarity. Otherwise, just start the bike and check output of the wires with a multimeter. Given that you have three wires coming out except the three phase wires it might be a field coil type charging system though. How many and what color wires exit from the alternator cover?

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    what a bad luck i never had problems like this but hope you can fix it easily

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