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I dont think you can just disconnect it. I believe when the sidestand is up it completes a circuit, which means the switch is closed. Removing the wires opens the switch just like having the stand down. (I could be wrong about this) I agree with above post, sidestand switch. Another possibility would be the neutral safety switch, or the wire connecting it coming off. (green wire in rear bottom of engine. IIRC) Can you start the bike on the sidestand in neutral?
Kuryakyn Flame Grips
Bar End helmet locks
Chrome / Gold "Live to Ride Mirrors"
Coastered, Shaved & Jetted
K&N Pod Air Filters
KisanTech headlamp & Taillight modulators
Leather Lyke Hard Bags
Stebel Nautilus horn
J&M CB Radio
Audiovox CCS-100 Electronic Cruise Control
Mustang Seat, Protac Drivers Backrest
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