There is no power to any of the wires on the 4 pin connector, which is why I'm thinking it could be the icm, since there is power going in on the 6 pin connector on the yellow and the blue wires. From what i have read on here the black wire on the connector for the Fuel cut off should be hot, I agree, but am wondering if maybe that is caused by the icm as well???
Mechanic at the local Honda shop said he has never replaced a pulse gen. I am still leaning toward the icm. Any further thoughts?
did you check the 4 wire conncetor in between the ICM and pulse gens, not the one at the ICM.
I dont think your going to have power at any of the wires going to the pulse gens, havent looked at a manual for them, but they should be signal generators(small amount of current or voltage) not 100 % on them without doing some reading.
at the ICM
check the green wire for a good ground(continuity test?)check for high resistence with an ohm meter
Is the black wire hot at the ICM? it should be.
Is your nuetral light working? Light green and red at ICM, should have continuity to ground in nuetral.
And the green and white side stand up switch at ICM, continuity to ground with the side stand up only, if you loss that ground at any time, it will disable the ignition.
those last 2 switches also work with the clutch lever switch,the diode set and the starting system.