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SP1 Service Connector

hi guys can someone tell me if this is what the service connector look like?
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No. That is not the service connector.

This is the service connector (with wire connected for testing)
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what does that do then?
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what does that do then?
I've been asking myself that since I got the bike. If you unplug it you will notice that the removable end is shorting the connections in the coupler.
Apart from that, I couldn't find what that plug meant to do in the first place.
And it is not included in my manual's electric diagrams....


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When you jumper the contacts of the service connector, and then switch the ignition to ON, it shows the know list of ECU faults.
It can also allow you to clear the list as well, so current faults can be listed.

The ECU keeps maintains all detected faults, so if a problem has been corrected, it would be good to clear the list so no confusion can result with old faults.
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When you jumper the contacts of the service connector, and then switch the ignition to ON, it shows the know list of ECU faults.
It can also allow you to clear the list as well, so current faults can be listed.

The ECU keeps maintains all detected faults, so if a problem has been corrected, it would be good to clear the list so no confusion can result with old faults.
That is quite clear about the service connector that you posted its picture up.
The thing is, what's the connector that bkc4ever posted for?


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That is quite clear about the service connector that you posted its picture up.
The thing is, what's the connector that bkc4ever posted for?
I've been wondering too. My bike has that as well...

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Must be only with SP1's. My SP2 doesn't have that connector.
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lol ive been wondering my dam self ~Shrugs~

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No. That is not the service connector.

This is the service connector (with wire connected for testing)
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