Yep, with your paper clip or whatever you use put in place and the bike turned on, you'll see -c00 if there's no codes tripped. While you're at it don't let your paper clip or piece of wire touch the metal frame. Not sure what would happen but I know it's bad. :laugh
When you look in the plug you'll see that there's four slots, but only two of them have metal in them. Untwist a paperclip and jam the ends in the two metal pieces and turn the bike on. Provided you've got a persistant problem it'll show up on your guage I think where your temp normally is displayed. It'll be a C with two numbers like C00 or C48. Then look up that in the manual and it'll tell you what is wrong.
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