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3 blank connectors Versys 2010

On the left side of the engine next to a radiator I found three different connectors that are not connected anywhere. Who knows what these connectors?
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On the left, next to the radiator?? Can you get a pic?
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Does this help?

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Interesting.... first was thinking for the optional abs, but thought it was on the right.

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Yes, I remember the great undocumented 2010 5A fuse mystery... It has now been documented.

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I just looked in the 2010 factory service manual and in the appendix, it is listed as "Accessory Relay Fuse 5 A (Insert the connector from the bottom in the rear fender side bracket)"

That's it. No further mention on WTH it is..

Maybe for heated clothing or such?
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Here's two photos showing the 5 amp fuse and holder. You can see the two color-coded wires, which are white with a olive-green stripe. One has widely spaced stripe, the other is more closely spaced.

Looking towards back of bike:


Looking from left side:


The wires route into the main wiring bundle. In the top photo, it curves around and heads towards the viewer. I didn't see anyplace obvious they appear at the far end, but I didn't take anything apart. I'm still at work (on break, or brake or somethin')
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On the left, next to the radiator?? Can you get a pic?
Cant see any and what year is your V. Mine is 09 and I dont see any blank connectors.

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Cant see any and what year is your V. Mine is 09 and I dont see any blank connectors.

This applies to 2010+ Versys only... Mine is a 2007.
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Thanks Invader, didn't see the small title in the original post.

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Those connectors do not even look like stock Kawasaki connectors. Trace the wires and see where they go. Use a volt meter and see if any are hot with ignition on and ignition off. You are on the trail then Sherlock.
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Those connectors do not even look like stock Kawasaki connectors. Trace the wires and see where they go. Use a volt meter and see if any are hot with ignition on and ignition off. You are on the trail then Sherlock.
Sherlock used to say "come Watson, the game is afoot".
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