throtl error code

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pyjohnson
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Just as I get my bike back on the road, this happens

TangentStar wrote:

When it first occured the bike was on and working then dead. The fix it light, the wrench, came on, and the left LCD said "throtl"
I was 8 miles away from home so I parked it and came back with a truck a trialor next morning.
When the bike booted under this contidition, the boot was much longer, lights came on much slower, and just an abnormal boot up sequence. Then it says nothing, but the bike will not go into 'ready' or 'ready - go' mode.
So it was immobile.
I believe twice it booted properly, giving me false hope, and work normally momentarily. After put in 'R-Go' mode I the bike moved momentarily before the wire shorted out again.

Hope its a loose wire/connector that got knocked when the bike was fixed last week

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pyjohnson
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Re: throtl error code

It was just the throttle required re-calibration, now it's done I'm off and running again :-)

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moccasin
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Re: throtl error code

I wonder what made it get OUT of calibration?

pyjohnson
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Re: throtl error code

I don't know, the little grub screw could have done with being a little tighter, but don't over tighten it it's into a plastic thread.

The ready light comes on a bit quicker now, I think, so may be it was slowly going out of calibration every time I went over some rough road surface, plenty of that around here.

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