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What is this connector for? HELP

Anyone know where this goes? left side of the bike.
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Isn't that the Bank angle sensor (The sensor is on top of the headlight)

Does the bike start?
If not, then it's the BAS connector.
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The bike does not start, what exactly is the BAS connector? The fuel pump isn't priming as well.
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Bank Angle Sensor. When I replaced my fairings, put this on upside down. Had to redo it so bike would start. :p

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Where does it connect too? I'm having trouble finding where it connects.
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The bank angle sensor is between the head lights. Its a little black box
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Pair system?
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This is what it looks like right now.
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Is it suppose to be longer? This is as far as it will stretch
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I originally suspected pair valve, but you said the pump won't prime and bike won't start and that isn't consistent with the pair valve.

Why is it unplugged? Have you been working on the bike?
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http://i.imgur.com/n7MBN.jpg

The black box (with the rounded bottom) with the 2 silver bolts on top of the ram air intake. That's the bank angle sensor; there is a wire behind it and it should connect to that connector on your hand.
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Long story short I laid it over and left it out the night it happened and my dog chewed a lot of wires, so I had to replace the wiring harness. Hooked it all up and didn't know where this went. It doesn't seem like it will stretch all the way up to the headlights? any tips? and also the Orange ended connector on the right side. where does it go?
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The Bank angle sensor has wire behind and it should meet with the main wiring harness around where the high beam headlight connector joins together.

The Orange open ended connector goes to your right indicator.
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