I'm not sure what bike you have, but you should be able to trace that wire away from the kick stand that connects to a connector. Unplug it and if it's only two wires you just bridge the wires from the connector coming from the wire harness side. Take it for a spin to make sure your not shorting with the excess vibration while in motion. Real simple and quick check.
so Im pretty sure I found out what's going on.
my bike went completely back to stopping at 8-9k rpms.
the tank was venting fine, i bypassed the kickstand sensor, that was fine. no coil issue.
however. i ran a diagnostic test because the FI light came back on. i got code 32 and 62. and then 62 was the only code i got. secondary throttle valve actuator. malfunctioning. well, every time i turn the bike on, the secondary throttle chugs and chugs and chugs sometimes for a very long time before it finally stops. if i start the bike before the secondary throttle valve is done grinding, the bike will idle horribly. so i tested the resistance on the secondary throttle valve and it was fine. no resistance. but i do know the throttle plates are fucked up with that noise.
now it could also be the ecu that's malfunctioning. so, i ordered a throttle sensor tester where I can connect from the ecu to the secondary throttle actuator and test the voltage between the two with my meter. that way i can figure out if it's the ecu or the secondary throttle that is bad.
so either my ecu is bad, or the secondary throttle actuator is bad. either way the fix is going to cost a shit ton of money unless i buy used.
i just don't understand why the secondary throttle valve wasn't making noises after I replaced the fuel pump. and then after a week or so, it went back to being fucked. the intermittant-ness of it is weird.
but nonetheless, i'm so annoyed. maybe this is why the seller sold his bike. i don't know. but its discouraging and frustrating as hell because i purposely waited about a month until i even attempted to ride above 6-7 rpms. to take my time. the moment i was ready it wouldn't go. and now even though im still riding and getting good practice in all the time, its really frustrating knowing my bike isn't running to it's full potential. maybe it's a good thing though. maybe the problem was here so if i did impatiently go past my limits, i wouldn't be able to hit the powerband or anything.
i just want this to be taken care of before the season turns.
has anyone had a problem with this issue?