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What's this connector?

There's a 4 pin connector that's been routed down by the countershaft sprocket by the PO. It obviously doesn't belong there and I'm curious what it is and where it goes. It looks similar to the Self Diagnosis System connector under the right side of the seat and is terminated in the same way. The wires are br-bk, bl-y, pink-bk, w-y. The wiring diagram shows it going back to the ECU. I'm guessing it's another diagnostic connector. I'd like to know what it's for and where it goes so I can put it back where it belongs.

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Have you got pictures of it, it helps.
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Need pics! Or download the Service Manual and check the electrical diagram based on the wiring colors you have seen.

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There's a 4 pin connector that's been routed down by the countershaft sprocket by the PO. It obviously doesn't belong there and I'm curious what it is and where it goes. It looks similar to the Self Diagnosis System connector under the right side of the seat and is terminated in the same way. The wires are br-bk, bl-y, pink-bk, w-y. The wiring diagram shows it going back to the ECU. I'm guessing it's another diagnostic connector. I'd like to know what it's for and where it goes so I can put it back where it belongs.
It is the connection to the O2 sensor for all EU bikes, which your N-American bikes do no have.

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It is the connection to the O2 sensor for all EU bikes, which your N-American bikes do no have.

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I should have looked at all of the wiring diagrams. Obviously, the O2 sensor doesn't show up on the diagram for this bike.

Thanks, Richard!

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