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you are running a T7 BPC but its still T5
did you check that you have power and a ground PWM signal to the other wire on the BPC one wire will be battery voltage wth engine running the and if you bridge the two wires with a test light it will light if you rev and snap the throttle shut ....I cant remember weather the no ground is low boost or high boost but if its continually grounded power should allways be there.... if its not there is a fuse problem or wiring problen... if its grounded all the time on the other wire you have a wiring problem or a bad fet on the board .... if there is no ground at all then you have an open wire or a bad fet on the board.....
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