I did try to search here and Google with no luck, and I went through the manual and it says nothing about it.
Can you share the relay you used? I've seen a number of folks use an automotive relay and other use a motorcycle custom relay.I DID hook up my aftermarket grips to the power wires behind the front left fairing.
There is an empty bracket there, that I attached a 12VDC relay to. The switched power wires control that relay, and the relay switches the power from the battery for my grips.
That is a really nice solution. Thanks for sharing. I may go that route. I, too, did not like the auto part store relay type. And the motorcycle specific ones are nice and low profile. But they are way to proud of them from a price perspective.I used a standard relay from work, 12VDC coil, and 10amp contacts.
The relay base is ugly and takes too much room, so I soldered wires to the relay contacts, and then crimped on the needed connectors to plug into the Ninja wiring.
You can try one of these:
Relay and Socket Harness Kit
Already answered above. It’s not a power connection. It’s a connector used for ABS diagnostics.I noticed the same thing in the tail of my 2017 as I pulled out my ECU today. But it's only a single connector (no ground assuming this is switched power). I've already used the ones in the nose section. I would love to use this to charge something in my tail section (that sounded gross), but...
Why only one connector?