#1
1) On sunday I decided to initiate my plan of making my guitar sound more Br00talz by putting some new pickups in. I used a Dimarzio X2N for the bridge humbucker, DiMarzio Area '67 in the middle and a Seymour Duncan Hot Rails in the neck of my Yamaha Pacifica. I followed the wiring diagrams and the 2 DiMarzios sounded fine, but the Hot Rails had an overly trebly response and incredibly low output. I followed this diagram:
http://www.seymourduncan.com/support/wiring-diagrams/schematics.php?schematic=3lil_hum_1v_2t_5w

2) My freind recently inherited a Yamaha Pacifica from his sister, but one the many problems with it was that the bridge, which had a whammy bar but now doesn't, is effectively floating, with no obvious way to get it back down. This is a problem because the Action is miles high as a result, so it's a bitch to play.

Thanks in advance for any help!
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#2
You're friends guitar will need another spring or if he doesn't want to use the trem at all he can block it.
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#3
What xkreedx said for the trem issue.

As far as the pup problem goes, have you checked EVERY SINGLE solder/wire? It sounds like you've not soldered the red and white wires together and taped them off.
#4
I have, but what I think the problem is that it says for Fender pckups you have to switch a couple of the wires around, which may be the case for all other pickups.
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