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  1. #1

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    Nov 2006
    Brookfield, wisconsin

    power valve controller motor wiring 5pin to 3 pin

    Im looking to rewire a 5 pin gp1200r powervalve controler motor to a 3 pin conection, i have searched the forum over and over, and have asked numerouse people. i know it can be done, but i dont feel like trial and error to burn them up. does any one know how to wire one up ??


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    YudLuz2's Avatar
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    Jun 2005
    Flowood MS
    So why do you think it can be done?

    Considering the 1200 servo motor has a stand alone
    circuit board built onboard versus the 1300 5 wire has
    nothing. Its controlled by the ecm computer from a
    03/04 efi setup. Good luck making it work.

    If you have a 3 wire plug from a XLT that would be
    fine, just change the end plugs.

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    Moderator DrewNJ's Avatar
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    Dec 2005
    Marlton, NJ
    I agree with Ben, especially since you can get a good used one right now in the classifieds for $50... Then put yours up for sale for the same amount. Bet you'd break even with little hassle and at least you'd know it's right.

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