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    What are the two connectors next to the ECU test lead?

    Hi all,

    I'm in the process of setting up the Tune ecu for my "new to me" Futura.

    I was curious what the two round connectors (one male, one female) that
    come out of the same wiring harness pigtail next to the ecu connector are used for?

    The only thing I've seen so far is a reference in the maintenance manual for "test leads"
    for all 3 connectors on that harness pigtail.

    Thanks!

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    Those are the quick diagnostic connectors. If you think you have an error, connect them together and turn on the ignition. The dashboard will display a (-XX) code if there is something stored. Some codes don't save, and some only flash on the dash while they are happening. Search around for the list of codes and keep a copy on the bike if you feel the need.
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    Awesome.........Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vtduc View Post
    Awesome.........Thanks!
    and expect to see "1" with the kill switch in the run position and "-1" with it killed. This is normal.

    You'll also use those connectors to erase the "service" reminder that comes on every x miles. Iirc, you'll turn on the ignition with these plugged together and then immediately hold both dash buttons down (10 secs or more) until the reminder goes out

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