Re: CBR929RR servo motor cable movement
I think it only reads the servo motor operation during normal use (since you moved it out of normal position you will trigger a code), but why leave the weight of the motor and cables hanging about doing nothing? My MIL is always on now but I know why so it no longer bothers me... electrical tape might tidy it up to where you don't see it,, but I like to watch the codes blink by once in a while to make sure it is just 34 and 35 (I have one other too as the flapper motor has also been removed along with those cables).
Anyway - whilst annoying to have the light there (blinks in neutral after starting, goes solid when in gear) at least I know it is not a "big" issue. I'd rather have the weight savings of getting rid of old useless parts (Bike is currently at 400lbs dead with an almost-full tank).
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