A friend of mine has a 92 ZZR1100 (zx11), with a 4-pin fuel pump relay. The wires for the relay aren't hooked up to the connector block, and neither the internet nor the Kawasaki workshop manuals are very helpful about which wire exactly should go to which pin. Apparently, the pins are a "standard" numbering system - pin 30 is fused battery voltage (yellow wire), pin 87 goes to the fuel pump (black-blue wire), pin 35 is low amperage supply (red?), and pin 36 is low amperage ground (black). But since the pins on the relay aren't numbered at all, that doesn't help much. Can anyone help either with information on what numbers correspond to the pins on the relay, or what color wire should go to each pin on the relay? Alternatively, can anyone take pictures of a working one, just of the connector with enough detail to see how the connector would plug into the relay, and then which wires go where? (ie, pictures of the back of the connector don't help much if I can't see the orientation of the connector to the relay) Thanks in advance! jai. .