Have you done any work on the bike before this started?
Do not turn the ignition switch ON while any of the K-ACT
ABS electrical connectors are disconnected. The K-ACT
ABS hydraulic unit memorizes service codes.
Service codes detected once by the K-ACT ABS hydraulic
unit will be memorized in the K-ACT ABS hydraulic unit.
Go to the section 12-37 of the service manual, you will need an ohm meter "Special Tool - Hand Tester: 57001-1394" any meter will do.
If it doesn't blow the fuse when you first turn it on try:
○When a problem occurs with the K-ACT ABS, the K-ACT
ABS indicator light (LED) [A] lights.
○Use a fully charged battery when conducting
self-diagnosis. Otherwise, the light blinks very slowly
or doesn’t blink.
○The motorcycle is stopped.
○Keep the self-diagnosis terminal grounded during self
-diagnosis, with an auxiliary lead.
• Remove the right side cover (see Right Side Cover Removal
in the Frame chapter).
• Ground the self-diagnosis terminal (gray) [A] to the battery
(–) terminal, using a auxiliary lead.
• Turn on the ignition switch.
○Count the blinks of the light to read the service code.
Keep the auxiliary lead ground until you finish reading the
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