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Self Diagnosis Plug?

I was going over my wiring diagram for my Gen1 and noticed two connections for a self-diagnosis port of some kind. Where are these located and what do they look like? The biggest question are these usable for the do-it-yourselfer?
I can't find any info in my service manual.

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unless you have a KDS unit, the connectors are useless to the average owner.
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A standard Volt Ohm meter is all you need and will tell you everything you need to know.
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2 connections?

The yellowish block connector not far from the ECU under the seat at middle right, is the kawi diag connector. No use for you.

The other is a lone wire; it is called the ABS self diagnosis terminal (from chapter 12. brakes. page 12-40 or nearby)
You only need a way to ground the terminal. No tools.

a) under the seat near the abs fuses and tools pouch, there is an input jack unconnected. this is the sefl diag terminal.

b) with ignition off, ground this jack.

c) turn the ignition on and watch the abs light blinks; all codes are mades of long blinks for the 10x digit, and short blinks for th e1x unit. The normal code like 12 is therefore 1 long and 2 short. Then all these codes are separated by about 3 seconds. There is up to 6 codes max.

12 Start code (not fault)
13 Rear intake solenoid valve trouble(shorted or open, stuck valve)
14 Rear outlet solenoid valve trouble(shorted or open, stuck valve)
17 Front intake solenoid valve trouble(shorted or open, stuck valve)
18 Front outlet solenoid valve trouble(shorted or open, stuck valve)
19 ABS solenoid valve relay trouble (wiring shorted or open, stuck relay)
25 Front, rear tire abnormal (substandard tire, deformation wheel, sensor rotor teeth number wrong)
35 ABS motor relay trouble (wiring shorted, open or lock, stuck relay)
42 Front wheel rotation sensor signal abnormal (sensor or rotor missing, too large clearance, rotor tooth worn or missing)
43 Front wheel rotation sensor wiring abnormal (wiring shorted or open)
44 Rear wheel rotation sensor signal abnormal (sensor or rotor missing, too large clearance, rotor tooth worn or missing)
45 Rear wheel rotation sensor wiring abnormal (wiring shorted or open)
52 Power supply voltage abnormal (low-voltage)
53 Power supply voltage abnormal (over-voltage)
54 ABS solenoid valve relay supply voltage (low voltage)
55 ECU trouble (ECU operation abnormal)

Dont unground and ground 3 times in 12 seconds because that would clear the codes!
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Thanks dddd, what about older bikes without ABS? Does it work with other lights? Mine is a gen1.

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