Has anyone else had issues with the wiring/harnesses of their newer Suzuki? I have an 18 month old manual start DF20A. I ran to a spot the other day and couldn't turn off the engine with the kill switch. I removed the cowling and found the negative wire leading from the kill switch no longer attached to the harness, it was broken. It appeared severed, no corrosion, no sign of any animal-related trauma, etc. I did not remove the cowling between the last trip, when it worked, and this trip, when it didn't, so I don't think there is any way I accidentally "snagged" the wire. I know motors vibrate, but to me it seems unlikely that vibration could have caused this. Last year a different wire in the harness went, and that one left me stranded. The entire harness was replaced courtesy of Suzuki's warranty, and I have had no problems since then until now. That wire appeared severed, same as the current problem. This time it was an easy diagnosis, and the motor still ran to get home, but I'm concerned about which wires will go next. I dropped it off at the mechanic today, and didn't think to take a pic before. I'll update when I hear from them what Suzuki will do about it. In the mean time, curious if anyone has seen something like this happen before.