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The ABS harness can be used for either the ABS flush or YCC-S, and Louis was the one who brought this to light... for more info, go to this thread.
https://www.fjrowners.com/forums/11-...t-harness.html

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The ABS harness can be used for either the ABS flush or YCC-S, and Louis was the one who brought this to light... for more info, go to this thread.
https://www.fjrowners.com/forums/11-...t-harness.html

cool thanks.so far it seems i can live with code 26 until i get into it next month or so. just keep it turned on and all is good lol

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cool thanks.so far it seems i can live with code 26 until i get into it next month or so. just keep it turned on and all is good lol

I purchased two of the ABS diagnostic test harness with on/off switch from Razerman. I mounted YCC-S switch in glove box so I can adjust clutch or clear codes.

The second one for the ABS is tucked under the fairing.

Read the AE FSM section on deleting stored codes with OFF/ON switch on bars with key switch on.

Did you run your vin # in Yamaha data base and see if ignition switch and the spider ground wire replacement was done?
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cool thanks.so far it seems i can live with code 26 until i get into it next month or so. just keep it turned on and all is good lol

I purchased two of the ABS diagnostic test harness with on/off switch from Razerman. I mounted YCC-S switch in glove box so I can adjust clutch or clear codes.

The second one for the ABS is tucked under the fairing.

Read the AE FSM section on deleting stored codes with OFF/ON switch on bars with key switch on.

Did you run your vin # in Yamaha data base and see if ignition switch and the spider ground wire replacement was done?
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