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Where does this plug go? Front right.

Well, I just picked up a slightly stripped 03 for $350. I am now $1100 in and think I have all the parts I need to complete the project and start her up. I have identified all of the mystery plugs all over the bike except for this one.

Any takers? Where does this thing go?
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Rear brake light activator?




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What color are the wires going to the plug?

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What color are the wires going to the plug?

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Green and white. I don't think that would reach back to the brke light. It is coming out of the front near the fuel rail.
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Goes down to the rear brake light activator. The spring that connects to the lever. Not positive, but I think the junction is in the frame above the clutch cover.




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looks like the plug for the PAIR valve solenoid

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One wire is solid green and the other is solid white

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Rear brake activator!!

And Tripage, sorry for not reading your post right the first time. You were spot on.
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