I had my head bearing repaired by Grand Rapids BMW, well to make a long story short, do not take a bike to them.
It seems the tattoo 'tech' most of removed the fairing ( he screwed everything he did up) I had to take it back the day after picking it up because I noticed the damper was install upside down. I was riding the next weekend and the fairing started to wobble. I took it back, and another tech "fixed it". This work was done in the fall. 3 trips back and all I got was a long wait each time, the service manager acted like they already had my money and I should go away.
Well last month, it started to wobble again, and this time it was not going back to them. I found when I removed the fairing, there was a 16 mm long 8 x1 bolt laying in the bracket (other bolt was gone). This bolt was stripped, and so was the thread in the frame. I managed to fixed them with a heli-coil (yep a I know, but it worked).
When I was making a map of the wiring on the ignition switch I only noted 4 wires, and now I see there are 5 terminals. Is one open? or did I miss one? If you ever worked on a bike 4 months after having you back fused, you will understand why I may of missed something.