As some of you know I'm an auto mechanic and I started years ago in motorcycle repair, so I am smarter than some but definitely don't know it all.
Larry, ..... At the lever switch check to be sure there is no power on the Wh/Blu. Not in reverse, kill and ignition on.
I have 1.7 v using power probe on this wire. Put into reverse I get bat. votage
At the sidestand switch we need a good ground on the green wire at all times period. The green/white should have some voltage if you check it with a meter. Maybe not a test light. I am thinking it might fail one the tests just listed. If it fails on the green wire that wire is broke or poorly connected between the plug and ground. If the voltage test on the green white fails the wire has an issue between the plug and terminal #6 of the ECM.
Unplug the side stand switch, bike side plug, Green 2.7 v using power probe, Green / white .7 v plugged in side stand down same as unplugged, side stand up 2.7 v moves to green whit wire. throughout the bike
Larry, Do you have continuity to ground on the Green/White wire at the clutch micro switch (with the side stand UP)...???
If so, your side stand switch is good.
Next (with the side stand UP), check continuity to ground on the Green/White wire at the following locations:
1. 22-pin Red connector under the seat, right rear corner.
2. ECM connector.
Easy things first.........!!
Let us know your results.
With everything electrically connected (as factory wired)
Side stand Up
Reverse lever set for forward drive
I have 2.7v using power probe at
green/whit wire everywhere, (side stand plug, clutch micro switch, ecm, and 22 pin red connector.
If I send it a ground (from power probe) I can put bike into gear and make rear tire spin on center stand, but radio still mutes.
I have cleaned all bat. to ground connections that I can find too!
Now one more interesting thing Green wire at bike side of side stand switch has a great ground signal with key off, turn key on and it switches to 2.7v