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neilsns400
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Yucck!

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Good reason to follow the age old advise - check all electrical connections! Found this today & glad to find it now, rather than have it fail on a summer ride.
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Nice..

Which plug is it?
If it ain't broke, fix it 'til it is.

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it is a honda part , so you could have ridden another 20 years with it like that
gravity is an extreme painful thing !

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Mark wrote:Nice..

Which plug is it?
It's one of the ones in the box near the cooling fan on the throttle side, and it cleaned up easily. The others in that box and the ones in the box on the clutch side were all OK. I'm going to check other connectors on that bike and ones on the other bike.

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