Looks like that went to the oxygen sensor capped with an eliminator. If I'm right there should be another one. Do you have a Power Commander?
Yes but not installed yet. The connections for the PC I have are a lot larger then that though.Looks like that went to the oxygen sensor capped with an eliminator. If I'm right there should be another one. Do you have a Power Commander?
Yes, same motorcycle.Hi QGN, is this about the 10 Wide Glide you are talking about in your other posts?
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You can see the rear O2 sensor in the first pic and the front one in the 4th pic. Is there any sort of wiring connected to them? There should be a pigtail coming off the end of each sensor with a 2 pin connector. If they're not connected to the harness, they should be tied off somewhere that they won't just flop around. Does the wiring look like it will stretch far enough to reach either sensor?
In your snooping, have you looked for some sort of piggyback tuning module under the seat or behind the left side cover, where most of your electrics are located? There might be one, or maybe not as most modern tuning is done internally to the stock ECM.
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This is where I was going to go with this next.Check the color of the wires and look it up in the wiring diagram.