HOw does one know when they are in the Adjustment position and when they are in the closed position?
It doesn't make a lot of sense to me in the picture when it tells you to close the EXCV and then tells you to adjust it if the voltage is off but not to adjust it while it is closed and to put it in the Adjustment position.
What does this seeming contradiction mean?
Also, I see adjustments down near the exhaust (2 of them)and I see adjustments up under the seat.(2 of them)
Which ones is it speaking about adjusting?
My Code is _C00 when my bike is started with the FI light on all the time. But it throws a C46 when I put the jumper in. Seems there is a slight loss of power in the upper end but nothing horrible. I also never experiences the herky jerkies.
Edit: I just took the fairings off and tried to get a reading and I get no reading. Why I have no clue but possibly because the meters pins wont rightfully hit anything.
The Motor under the back seat when I applied 12V to it wouldn't stop. It just kept making noise and moving. It never came to a place where it stopped. Now the Motor under the seat makes a bunch of clicking sounds. I cant remember if it did this before or not. But I don't think so. Is that supposed to happen?
I don't know that there is a ton of horrible anything happening when riding it. But I know I don't like that red FI light on all the time.
and your first post is the typical reason why i don't help some people when they ask for it.Typical reason why I don't use forums often.
you cannot articulate yourself, nor have you looked at the simplest fixes. download your service manual. read it. there is a trouble shooting guide on what _COO means and there is a table about what to do when you get C46.
on this forum, the time lapse between when you ask your question and accurate responses is directly related to how succinct you are with the info, and how many g-d times some other loser is asking how to adjust a TPS and what code _COO means. i am sorry that the 10 of us in the world that actually respond to questions with good advice have not clamored to accommodate you in the 30 hours you wasted.