The fuel pump issue has turned out to be an electrical nightmare. I'm almost positive not even an experienced electrician can find out what's wrong.
I borrowed (Mavic's) manual for the time being to take a look at the schematics.
I had no idea on how to do a self diagnostic check on the bike. When I did it, I came up with the following blinking MIL's:
8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 18 and 19. I cleared the codes, rode around a little bit (with an alternate ground) then checked for any new codes. Nothing.
As I trace the ground from the fuel pump to other places on the bike (a crapload) I don't find anything out of the ordinary. I did however find my radiator (right side mount) had come off the peg a little. I quickly slipped it back on. I shook some wires, checked any loose connections. Nothing.
I proceeded to put everything back to normal. No alternate grounds...nothing. Turn the Key On. Ignition On. WTF, the headlight is on, fuel pump comes on.
Ok....so this has me stumped. I checked the radiator since it was the only thing I had moved or adjusted last. That's the culprit. Seems as if the bracket on the top right side of the radiator is touching the frame.
Same thing all over again. Since the radiator is touching the frame, the ground that I can't seem to find is now grounded.
If this confuses you, trust me...it does with me as well.
Since I put the rubber isolator back on the bottom tank bolt and collar, the tank wasn't grounded. Bike wouldn't run. I messed with the radiator a little bit since it wasn't on perfect (don't ask how or why) that became the ground.
I checked everything. (not really....I don't have a voltmeter).
In the schematic for the wiring harness in the back of the Svc. Manual, I tried tracing what I could at best with nothing found (out of the ordinary without a voltmeter).
Someone, help out.