If it were me. Start the bike up and start shaking small areas of wiring till it shuts off. That should give you a smaller area to look.
Also, how tight is the kickstand. It could be bouncing around while you ride. I had that issue.
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I just shook the big bundle of cables so that's not a bad ideal branching off from there to try eliminate some of the connections, thanks. The kickstand is probably tighter than it should be, had that issue in the past(different bike) and don't want to run into it again lol.
You need to be a little more definitive with your description of the problem.
Yes, I thought about a common ground problem with all those sensors but none of those sensors will stop the bike from starting and running in fail safe mode.
Also, none of these will keep the fuel pump from cycling. And you say the bike runs after you giggle it so the pump must be running. Which is it?
Have you checked the battery voltage with the bike off? If you are sure you have a good battery grounds and power connections, you may have a weak battery. Low voltage can cause the ECM to throw sensor codes.
A second guess would be to check the connectors on the ECM for moisture, damage or corroded pins.
ok...bike won't run correctly and I'm getting C13, 14, 21, 29.
so the bike will run if I give it gas and hold it, then it runs choppy and as soon as I let off it dies.
The fuel pump primes(sorry maybe I shouldn't have said cycles) but it's not the normal whine when the bike is first turned on, it's more of a clicking on and off sound than anything and after jiggling the wires everything sounded normal(everything clicked and the pump primed just fine) and the bike started right up and idled fine, throttle response was there, and the codes cleared reading C00. I rode it around the block and it died again, came home and checked the battery.
The battery was reading 12.84V and is brand new(gel). tightened the ground wire cause it was a lil bit loose, positive was good and after that doing that again she sounded ok and fired right up so I took her out again but she died. pulled over shook the wires and she fired right back up. got back home, just parked her and that's where I am now.
And thanks for the suggestion, I will check that for sure but what I am going to do when I get home is just start tracing wires at least, i'm really thinking it's a grounding issue but if not it's definitely electrical.