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Got my bottom end back from Hammer and have it installed on my '08 Low. Since the time I sent it to them, I've forgotten the identification of 2 electrical plugs just north of the battery tray and fuse box. One is on the right side of the bike and the other is on the left. They are both the same type and color of plug. I do know that one is for the engine temperature sensor, and the other is for the rear exhaust O2 sensor. Can someone please look at their bike and ID the plugs for me. I did look at the electrical schematics in the service manual to match the individual wire colors to the plugs, but the wires are too faded to ID.
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The schematic says:

ETS Connector has 2-wires - (1)PINK/Yellow & (2)BLACK/White
Front O2S Connector has 2-wires - (1)PINK/Orange & (2)BLACK/White
Rear O2S Connnector has 2-wires - (1)PINK/Green & (2)BLACK/White

The FSM says the
ETS Connector is located 'Above Induction Module, Right Side'
Frt O2S Conn is located 'Electrical Caddie Behind Voltage Regulator''Left Front Frame Downtube'
Rr O2S Conn is located 'On right side of the H-Bracket'

There's this NOTE:
"Make sure there is a loop in sensor harness in front of H-bracket. If harness is pulled tight between H-bracket and sensor, it could be damaged during vehicle operation which could disable the sensor."


Presumably, the H-Bracket is the Harness Bracket located on the frame behind the rear cylinder.


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Thanks for the info IXL.
I was able to identify the plugs. I used a brighter flashlight to see the wire colors inside their protective tubes. The ETS connector was on the right side of the mid frame downtube. It was coming out of a gap by the oil tank. The O2 connector was left of the mid frame downtube, by the fuses. Not sure if that is their original positions. I've had other shops work on my bike before I retired. Thanks again and I appreciate your help.
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