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How do I hotwire 04 gsxr?
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How do I hotwire 04 gsxr? - November 20, 2011, 12:46 PM

Either I or my friend misplaced my key while I was storing the bike.

I think I can get a key replacement ordered via dealer if I bring the title?

But I wanted to start working on getting it running today. Is it as simple as putting a paperclip into that front wire connector? Or is there more to it? This is for 04 gsxr 600...

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And now that we got that out of the way here's a step by step on how to do this...

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November 20, 2011, 01:03 PM

hehe, everyone knows I have 04 gsxr.

There used to be a video that showed how to do it but I can't find it. It's supposed to be super easy, which is why I want to do it now instead of waiting for replacement key.
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November 20, 2011, 01:48 PM

Yeah, I saw that vid but it's for an ancient bike.

I'm not sure that this will work on my 04 gsxr.
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November 20, 2011, 02:01 PM

There are 6 wires. The orange/green and brown wire need to be tied together and the other 4 get tied together.
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There are 6 wires. The orange/green and brown wire need to be tied together and the other 4 get tied together.
You sure this works yeah?

I don't want to fry my wire harness or something...
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You sure this works yeah?

I don't want to fry my wire harness or something...
Yep. I looked up the wiring diagram on the suzuki dealer website and when you turn the key to the on position you tie the wires together just how I told you. Also you have fuses to prevent harness damage if you short anything out.
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This might help.
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November 20, 2011, 03:01 PM

If you're willing to cut the harness it's actually quiet easy. However I know a resistor is required in the 06/07 models. Not sure about k3/k4.


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