so it is a 92 chassis, or tunnel as snogoers call it
but it is all 1993? or newer? under the hood...
so, what is the relationship between the acs , the ecu and the now excised relays???
my understanding is it works like this:
acs develops a signal when start cord is pulled,
if it is within limits, the ecu sends a control voltage to the two relays now now no longer on this sled. Relays engage, power is given to fuel pump, (relay 1) and ecu etc (relay 2,, now in tool box drawer). this function is now controlled through a complex piece of hardware called a dpsts. (double position, single throw) switch.
what I want to know: was the original problem the acs sending an out of range signal to the ecu, or is the ecu partially broken.. ie it will run the motor, receive data from sensors, but wont send control current to the fuel pump and self shut off relay.. (ssr also gives main power to the ecu,, at least according to the 96+ manual .
granted this sled is a 92 tunnel, but the wiring and components match the 96+ manual better than the info I have seen for the stated tunnel year.
if your sabre is sharp, I also have a 1994 arctic cat frankensled we can bruise our technical skills with.