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The lead from the speed sensor on the left front wheel came loose somewhere behind the fairing (upper end) where does it go into the wire bundle at? I have looked and looked and cannot find the matching recepticle. Where is it? I ame talking about a 1983 Aspencade.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, to my recollection, if the connector is white with 2 wires (black/yellow & black/brown) then it would be above the headlight, behind the windshield retainer.

Alternately, if it is the other white connector with 3 wires (same as above + green/black), then it would on the left side fairing.

Good luck and thank you for asking FixYa.

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