Moto GP Racer
Join Date: Jun 2004
Location: Montgomery, Al.
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Ok then, make sure your BAS isn't loose and the wires are connected good. It's mounted under the front fairing between the headlights.
Another thought, crank the bike either on the rear stand or have a friend hold it. With the kickstand up, put the bike in gear but don't release the clutch. Now wiggle the kickstand and see if the kick stand sensor is tripping the bike.
Also, check your safety neutral switch wires going to the clutch and right next to your shifter (2-PIN connector G/R & G/W). My bet is it's somewhere in the safety switches. (i.e. BAS, Neutral Switch, or the Kick stand switch)
If that doesn't solve the problem start pulling the plastics off including the tank cover. You need to check the PIN connectors going to the ECU and under the left/right ram air covers. Disconnect the battery and pull the PIN connectors apart and inspect the pins.