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Thread: 2004 R1150RS Fuel tank Connector

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    Moondog
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    2004 R1150RS Fuel tank Connector

    Bought bike used recently and removed the tank to install farkle and found the tank connector it tough shape :




    It was wrapped in electrical tape, holding the broken part of the connector and ty-wrap'd also. My question, is this connector available and are the any special tools needed to push pins out. I looked at Bob's fish but didn't recognize any of the connectors.

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    Registered User roger 04 rt's Avatar
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    There is a tool, I'm just not sure where you'd find it. I've usually improvised.

    If the female half is intact, mate the connectors, use a tie-wrap from end to end, and give it a wrap with tape, just like it was. In the meantime you could try drew at max BMW. You might try an electrical supplier who carries AMP.

    It's taken me months to come up with three different O2 connector pairs but I think I'm just about there.

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    Happily Bent dieselyoda's Avatar
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    Try this link: http://www.powerandsignal.com/Images...Connectors.pdf. Snap-On and Mac have great connector kits for almost all makes.
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    Oh, I should have mentioned, Cummins and International on the Maxx-Force engines use the same connectors. I got mine from the scrap pile at an International dealer.
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    Pepperfool GSAddict's Avatar
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    I have a connector and can supply you a pin extraction tool.
    PM me.
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    It's all about the details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSAddict View Post
    I have a connector and can supply you a pin extraction tool.
    PM me.
    thanks

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    Not about connector

    I used to have a 2004 r1150rs....so thought I might mention changing out the plastic quick fuel disconnects for the newer metal versions if you had not already done so. One of mine cracked when I was about 2500 miles away from home and started spurting gas out everywhere. Finally made it to a Napa dealer and jury rigged it until I got home. I found out later that it was a problem on many newer bikes. Took a long time for BMW to correct it and put the metal ones on there. It was a nice running bike when everything was working right but it was to much technology for me. I went back to my old airhead.

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