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04 r6 error code 19

I checked the wires and all seem to be in tact and undamaged. I had the starting circuit cutoff relay checked for continuity and it checked out ok. How can I check the actualy sidestand switch to see if its working properly? Is there anything else I should check? Also when I turn the ignition the display comes up and instantly shows code 19. I hear the fuel pump cycle but it wont turn over.

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check for voltage from run switch to relay coil term. Or just replace relay

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