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Put my stock fairings on and I must have bumped something. It won't start. Did I bump the tip sensor? If so where is it?
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The antenna is the thing around the key. Check it's in place and the wiring is connected well near the headstock. Disconnect the battery clean the terminals while it's apart and hope for the best when you reconnect it.
 

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The antenna is the thing around the key. Check it's in place and the wiring is connected well near the headstock. Disconnect the battery clean the terminals while it's apart and hope for the best when you reconnect it.
Yah, I unbolted it, held it up closer to the key. I have a few wires that are open ended. I wonder if the PO jumped around it somehow... Call is in to him
 

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I have mine disabled, the code light is on for the first 30 seconds of each key cycle. I'm pretty sure the only way around it is in the ecu itself. There is only one wire from the antenna make sure that is plugged in.
 

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I have mine disabled, the code light is on for the first 30 seconds of each key cycle. I'm pretty sure the only way around it is in the ecu itself. There is only one wire from the antenna make sure that is plugged in.
The antenna goes into the general loom. I don't know what to chase it back to. Thank you though this emoji is how I feel....:blind:
 

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The immobilizer harness comes up the left side of the bike riding on the trellis tube. Just pull the nose back off again and follow the cables up, you'll eventually find the connector at the top. The ignition coil cables come from an entirely different location, I highly doubt you knocked it loose.
 
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