Last September while going to start the bike I notice the fuel pump was not priming and I was hearing what sounded like the relay junction box (possible I'm not using the correct name there) was shorting out, giving a almost static like noise. It was coming towards the end of season anyway so I put it away. Recently I ordered a new junction box, installed it, started right up took it for a quick ride, everything all good. Today I go out to start it up to let it run a bit and I hear the same sound. Take everything apart. Unplug the wire closest to the rear of the bike, plug it back in, all good. Pump primes. I turn it off, turn the key, again it doesn't work. So I unplug it and I notice there seems to be some condensation around the inside of the plug. I took a hair dryer and dried it out and it worked fine again. Question is is there something I can do to keep moisture/condensation whatever u want to call it from getting inside that plug, do I need to replace that wire harness? Any advice would be awesome. I will get some pics later on today and post them up when I get a chance.