Fuel pump relay / killswitch issues
Hey all. Dealing with a very used 2002 919, had an accident that banged up, among other things, the throttle cables. I've done a bunch of work on the bike and I think things are back together properly, but it won't start. It cranks, battery measures fine sitting and under load, but the fuel pump doesn't turn on when I turn the key. I checked the fuel pump relay, and with power on, I can get the fuel pump to spin, or at least make noise, by grounding one of the wires. Hopefully this means it's not seized? For the 4 wires, my tester lights up for both black and white wires, spins the pump for one of the pink wires, and does nothing for the last wire.
One of the issues is that the relays don't have any exposed tabs to test, and weren't in the right places to begin with, but the bike did run fine before the accident. The killswitch/starting assembly is new from Partzilla, and with the key on, killswitch off, it'll crank but not catch. With the key on and killswitch off, doesn't crank. The lights and signals and the rest come on fine with the key on. When cranking, the FI and oil light flash, and the odometer blinks on and off.
I saw the large write-up on diagnosing FI issues, and am trying to work through it. Unfortunately, when the bike was stolen in the past, they rattle-canned the fuck out of it, even inside, so determining which wire used to be which color is a lot slower. Going to try some conductive grease on the two small contacts on the killswitch assembly, but would love any other advice y'all have.