It finally warmed up enough earlier this week that I suited up and went for a ride. Just puttered around some favorite local roads and then stopped at a Starbucks for a break. Leaving I noticed my "check engine light" was still on but I was so close to home I pressed on in the Limp Mode with emergency flashers on. Pulled DTC codes when I got home and got P1511 and P2101. Did some searching on the forum and determined that this is pretty common and most people clear the codes, clean the connection at the Throttle Control Actuator (TCA), and have no further problems. Finally got some free time today so I removed the air cleaner cover to get at the TCA connector for a good cleaning. When I pulled the connector off, a small piece of plastic dropped into my hand. It's part of the mechanism that secures the connector in a firm, closed position. In other words, the clip that secures the TCA connector in place no longer functions and the connector is very loose. Seems like I have two options - cut off the old connector and rewire a new one or replace the entire harness that runs from the throttle on the right hand grip down to the TCA. My initial look made it seem like this harness goes up under the fuel tank, up the frame to the inner fairing, and then emerges from the inner fairing to snake up the handlebars to the grip. Doesn't seem like it would be too hard to replace. Anyone done this job? How hard was it? How long did it take? How much did the harness cost?