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Title: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: fake on May 13, 2010, 07:53:13 am
Ya, I know.  I've been full of questions lately.  You Warrior guys will know what I'm talking about...

Ok, on the Warrior if you turn your kill switch off, turn the bike on while holding down the select & reset button; the Warrior will display an on-board diagnostic screen.  It will tell you EVERYTHING, right down to your oil temp and engine temp.

Now, I have tried this with the Raider and have got it to say "diag" on the display.  After that, I can't get it to cycle through the diagnostic mode.  Is there something I am missing?  I know it can be done because it starts out exactly like the warrior, but when the word "diag" come up; I can't get it to cycle through.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: seventhLetter on May 13, 2010, 08:12:06 am
just use the button on the left handle and the button below the speedo to cycle through things.  Should work fine. 
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: fake on May 13, 2010, 08:26:56 am
just use the button on the left handle and the button below the speedo to cycle through things.  Should work fine. 

Do you press them simultaneously?  Once it is displaying the word "diag", none of my buttons will cycle through the diagnostic mode.  I'm wanting to see what my engine temp is.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: seventhLetter on May 13, 2010, 08:33:27 am
hmmmm...sorry fake I'm not on my bike today.  I just remember it was intuitive I didn't really have to think about it.

There was a thread on here somewhere...I think it was the March or April giveaway about what we learned in the owner's manual.  Someone posted info about the diagnostics...
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: seventhLetter on May 13, 2010, 08:37:54 am
Here's info from that thread:

1. Turn bike off
2. While holding the Reset switch, turn the bike on, and continue to hold the switch for approximately 5 seconds until "diag" appears on the clock display.
3. Keep holding the Reset switch and hold the Select switch together for approximately 5 seconds until numbers appear.
4. Scroll left or right until the function number 11 comes up, which will display the temperature. Mine is in farenheight.

Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Metric on May 13, 2010, 10:47:26 pm
Thank you roxieRaider
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: life begins @200MPH on Jul 22, 2010, 06:27:52 pm
what is normal running temp?
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: fake on Jul 22, 2010, 08:10:35 pm
what is normal running temp?

I went for a ride last Saturday.  After 40 miles or so, I pulled over to check.  It was showing 241 degrees.
On the way back home, it was hot as hell, and I read 256 degrees.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: jkskeet on Jul 23, 2010, 07:22:22 am
I'll have to check mine just because you got me curious now...
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: shortysboy09 on Jul 23, 2010, 08:03:44 am
Too cool, Does anyone have a legend breaking down what each number means?
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: jacknife on Jul 23, 2010, 08:04:19 am
 Again I have learned something here again.Thanks
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: dreadly on Jul 23, 2010, 08:50:08 am
Too cool, Does anyone have a legend breaking down what each number means?

I was going to cut and paste, but didn't work well. If you have the service manual (for mine - the 08 version) page 7-34 has the codes listed.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: rollinje on Jul 23, 2010, 09:39:58 am
----------------------------

1. Press and hold the Reset button
2. Turn ignition to ON and keep holding the Reset until "diag" appears on the LCD (about 5 seconds).
3. Now press and hold Reset and Select buttons at the same time and hold for about 5 seconds until you enter the diagnostics list.
4. Now you can press Select to move up, or Reset to move back through all available code. Among them are throttle position sensor, temperature etc.

01 : Throttle position - must be from 15-17 (closed) to 97-100 (opened)
02 : Atmospheric pressure given in mmHg (normal is 760 - average weather)
03 : Differential pressure between air and intake pipe
05 : Air intake temperature (in Celcius)
06 : Cooling liquid temperature (in Celcius)
07 : Absolute speed (must be 000 in garage). Check with rear weel.
08 : Lean angle safety switch control - must be from 0.4-1.4 (upright) to 3.8-4.2 (horizontal). DISMOUT THE SWITCH FOR CHECKING !!!
09 : Battery voltage - must be above 12.0
20 : Side stand switch - displays ON or OFF
21 : Neutral gear switch - displays ON or OFF


Part II : ECU memory check.


60 : EEPROM error code presence - 00 means no default, 01 or 02 means default on corresponding cylinder (blinks if both cylinders).
61 : Error Code memory log - Displays 00 if no error code in memory, displays the Error Code if any (11 to 50). Display changes every two seconds if more than one Error Code in memory, then start again from first.
62 : Displays the number of Error Code in memory. To clear the memory, switch the Engine Run Switch to ON position (no backup).
70 : Check Code number, display from 0 to 255


Part III : Activators - To activate, turn Engine Run switch from OFF to ON - Engine check light is activated too.
30 : Coil 1 is activated 5 times per second.
31 : Coil 2 is activated 5 times per second.
36 : Injector 1 solenoid is activated 5 times per second.
37 : Injector 2 solenoid is activated 5 times per second.
48 : Air duct solenoid is activated 5 times per second.
49 : Air intake solenoid is activated 5 times per second.
50 : Fuel injection relay is activated 5 times per second.
51 : Cooler fan is activated every 5 seconds.
52 : Headlight relay is activated every 5 seconds (2 seconds ON, 3 seconds OFF) - 2003+ model only.


Error Codes
Error Number 11 : Cylinder identification sensor error - DIAG mode (none)
Error Number 12 : Crankshaft posiiton sensor error - DIAG mode (none)
Error Number 13 : Air intake pressure sensor error - DIAG mode 03
Error Number 14 : Air intake duct error - DIAG mode 03
Error Number 15 : Throttle position sensor error - DIAG mode 01
Error Number 19 : Sidestand sensor error - DIAG mode 20
Error Number 20 : Air pressure sensors error - DIAG mode (none)
Error Number 21 : Coolant temperature sensor error - DIAG mode 06
Error Number 22 : Air intake temperature sensor error - DIAG mode 05
Error Number 23 : Ambient air pressure sensor error - DIAG mode 02
Error Number 24 : O2 (lambda) sensor error - DIAG mode (none)
Error Number 30 : The bike went down - DIAG mode 08
Error Number 33 : Coil 1 open circuit - DIAG mode 30
Error Number 34 : Coil 2 open circuit - DIAG mode 31
Error Number 41 : Tilt sensor error - DIAG mode 08
Error Number 42 : Speed sensor error / Neutral sensor in short-circuit - DIAG mode 07-21
Error Number 43 : Battery voltage control error - DIAG mode (none)
Error Number 44 : EEPROM read/write error - DIAG mode 60
Error Number 50 : ECU memory error - DIAG mode (none)
Error Er-1 : ECU link error
Error Er-2 : ECU link error
Error Er-3 : ECU link error
Error Er-4 : ECU link error


Following ERROR codes DO NOT allow engine to run :
11-12-19-30-41-50 and Er-1 to Er-4


Error code 11 allow engine to continue running only if fault appears after engine start.


Following ERROR codes DO allow engine to run but need immediate check because default values are taken by the ECU: 13-14-20-21-22-23-24-24-42-43-44



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Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: fake on Jul 23, 2010, 09:46:48 am
I didn't see where you listed the engine temp, which is either 10 or 11. (can't remember)
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: JeffD62 on Aug 22, 2010, 08:17:18 pm
Wat is code 18? and how do u turn off service engine light?
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: dejablu110 on Aug 22, 2010, 09:48:40 pm
PLEASE STICKY THIS!!!
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: fake on Aug 22, 2010, 10:27:44 pm
This one is a good read too.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: dejablu110 on Aug 23, 2010, 03:18:11 am
STICKY PLEASE
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Mr. T on Aug 23, 2010, 07:49:45 am
STICKY PLEASE

Done...
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: dejablu110 on Aug 23, 2010, 08:07:41 am
Good stuff
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: ezirider(Jack) on Nov 02, 2010, 01:53:17 pm
what is normal running temp?

I went for a ride last Saturday.  After 40 miles or so, I pulled over to check.  It was showing 241 degrees.
On the way back home, it was hot as hell, and I read 256 degrees.

I just put a jagg oil cooler on my Raider and the temp does not get abover 190 so far give or take a few degrees
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: T-Bird on Nov 02, 2010, 09:54:02 pm
You can turn off the service engine light by turning the ignition key to the off position.
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I know this isn't the answer you were looking for, but the light will shut off.

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Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: fake on Nov 02, 2010, 10:21:18 pm
what is normal running temp?

I went for a ride last Saturday.  After 40 miles or so, I pulled over to check.  It was showing 241 degrees.
On the way back home, it was hot as hell, and I read 256 degrees.

I just put a jagg oil cooler on my Raider and the temp does not get abover 190 so far give or take a few degrees

That's all in well, but your oil needs to get to a certain temp to "boil" off any moisture.  I think it's around 220 degrees or close to that.  That is why some guys put a thermostat control on their oil cooler.  If you ride in the winter, your oil cooler will never let the oil get hot enough to evaporate any moisture.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: ezirider(Jack) on Nov 08, 2010, 01:04:27 pm

mine does the same thing all I get is diag....

Here's info from that thread:

1. Turn bike off
2. While holding the Reset switch, turn the bike on, and continue to hold the switch for approximately 5 seconds until "diag" appears on the clock display.
3. Keep holding the Reset switch and hold the Select switch together for approximately 5 seconds until numbers appear.
4. Scroll left or right until the function number 11 comes up, which will display the temperature. Mine is in farenheight.


Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: fake on Nov 08, 2010, 01:29:48 pm

mine does the same thing all I get is diag....

Here's info from that thread:

1. Turn bike off
2. While holding the Reset switch, turn the bike on, and continue to hold the switch for approximately 5 seconds until "diag" appears on the clock display.
3. Keep holding the Reset switch and hold the Select switch together for approximately 5 seconds until numbers appear.
4. Scroll left or right until the function number 11 comes up, which will display the temperature. Mine is in farenheight.



When the word diag appears; release the button bellow the speedo.  The word diag should still be there..
Press and hold the select button on the handle bars and the button under the speedo at the same time and hold them both until you start seeing numbers.  Cycle forward through the numbers with the select button.  You can go backward with pressing the button under the speedo.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Roadstrat on Jun 22, 2011, 11:17:15 pm
when the "diag" display comes up i release both reset button and toggle switch on handlebar and then i just toggle untill the number 11 comes up to display the oil temp.

Greg
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: troyster on Aug 20, 2011, 10:59:56 am
I get an engine code 35....and a cylider misfire....what do you think is causing this?
They cant seem to figure it out...So they just said it was bad gas...Um NO.
It keeps happening.

Anyone seen anything like this?
Please help
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: littlefoot on Aug 20, 2011, 12:56:40 pm
I think 35 is the rear coil on the left side not firing.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: troyster on Aug 20, 2011, 02:40:14 pm
what is the cause of this?
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: midnight_raider on May 13, 2013, 10:21:26 pm
Bike shows one code according to these instructions, code is 0.  I can't find what this is anywhere.  Anyone have suggestion?
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Brianheartline on May 14, 2013, 08:47:48 am
Bike shows one code according to these instructions, code is 0.  I can't find what this is anywhere.  Anyone have suggestion?

You have to scroll way down the list to #61. this is where you'll find the codes if there are any. #62 tells you how many time you have gotten these codes


61 Malfunction history code
display

• No history 00
• History exists Fault codes 12-70
• (If more than one code
number is detected, the display
alternates every two
seconds to show all the detected
code numbers.
When all code numbers are
shown, the display repeats
the same process.)

62 Malfunction history code
erasure
• No history 0 —
• History exists Up to 25 fault codes To erase the history, set the
engine stop switch to “ ”.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: midnight_raider on May 14, 2013, 09:18:19 am
62 shows 1
63 shows 00
70 shows 0
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Brianheartline on May 14, 2013, 09:36:21 am
62 shows 1
63 shows 00
70 shows 0

Okay #62 is the number of times the code is in there, #61 shows the code
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: midnight_raider on May 14, 2013, 09:59:15 am
61 shows 00
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Brianheartline on May 14, 2013, 10:05:32 am
61 shows 00

Okay I take that as no codes are there. I would reset it and just pay attention if the check engine light comes back on.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: midnight_raider on May 14, 2013, 10:35:20 am
OK.  Thanks
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: midnight_raider on May 14, 2013, 12:08:30 pm
Bike shows the code without going into diagnostic mode now. 
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Brianheartline on May 14, 2013, 12:27:01 pm
Bike shows the code without going into diagnostic mode now.

This code shows up with the key on and the bike not running? What is the code#
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: midnight_raider on May 14, 2013, 01:35:45 pm
Yes, code 34.  Ground wire was disconnected on one of the coils.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Brianheartline on May 14, 2013, 01:37:11 pm
Yes, code 34.  Ground wire was disconnected on one of the coils.

Did you get it fixed :o
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: midnight_raider on May 14, 2013, 01:39:09 pm
Yep, while the bike was in for first service.  Guessing maybe it was loose from the factory and vibrated the rest of the way over 600 miles.  ;)
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Brianheartline on May 14, 2013, 01:46:26 pm
Yep, while the bike was in for first service.  Guessing maybe it was loose from the factory and vibrated the rest of the way over 600 miles.  ;)

Or they loosened it for you. I try do do everything I can myself. I have this problem that whenever I pay somebody to work on my stuff something always happens. It dosen't get fix right or something happens that shouldn't happen. Glad all is good now. 8) 8) 8) 8)
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: midnight_raider on May 14, 2013, 03:32:31 pm
Being new to the Raider I'm letting the dealer do the maintenance for awhile.  I previously had an R1 and did all the maintenance so that I always knew what to expect from the bike. So far Tejas has been good to me.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: spider on Sep 10, 2013, 07:00:09 pm
my book says #18 code means the exup servo motor is stuck or short circuit in wire harness,,,now what you need to do I have no idea
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Brianheartline on Sep 10, 2013, 07:14:28 pm
my book says #18 code means the exup servo motor is stuck or short circuit in wire harness,,,now what you need to do I have no idea
If you have removed the servo for aftermarket exhaust there is a thread in this forum about it. Cant remember what its called or who makes it. I'm sure someone will chime in here in a few and help me remember.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Brianheartline on Sep 10, 2013, 07:19:04 pm
Ok I did a search on the exup valve and if you buy a exup valve emulator then you can remove the servo motor that drives it and that should get rid of the code.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: RedRaider on Sep 10, 2013, 07:22:33 pm
.......or just remove the cables and leave the servo on.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: midnight_raider on Sep 11, 2013, 09:22:43 pm
12oclocklabs I believe is who I got my emulator from, no problems or codes and shed a few pounds.  This gave me space for extra wiring and such from add ons.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: CHROMINATOR on Sep 12, 2013, 05:52:58 am
12oclocklabs I believe is who I got my emulator from, no problems or codes and shed a few pounds.  This gave me space for extra wiring and such from add ons.

yES, 12 O'clockLabs, one of the best mods I have made, many here have used it and I don't know of a single one that it didn't work for.  Here's the link...  ;D

http://shop.12oclocklabs.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=94 (http://shop.12oclocklabs.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=94)
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Rczap on Mar 10, 2014, 11:45:29 am
Resurrecting this thread since I have the code 18 on my bike. I checked to see if the pulley for the cables moved when I turned to ignition on and it cycles through the motion. I have had the cables removed from the Exup actuator since 2009 with no problems. Any thoughts?
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Ares X on Mar 10, 2014, 12:00:16 pm
Resurrecting this thread since I have the code 18 on my bike. I checked to see if the pulley for the cables moved when I turned to ignition on and it cycles through the motion. I have had the cables removed from the Exup actuator since 2009 with no problems. Any thoughts?

I thought you were getting code 19.  I don't even see 18 on the list.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Rczap on Mar 10, 2014, 01:19:16 pm
No, I didnt find out the code until later on Friday when I rode home. After being educated by the great guys on this forum I found the page that lists all the codes in the service manual. The manual isnt very good at the table of contents. The list on the last post is not complete. Anyway Code 18 is the Exup valve motor. It says to check the connections or wires for a short. Well when you turn the key on the outputs go through their motion, I watched the servo pulley move back and forth so I am wondering if that is working what else it could be.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: t84a on Mar 10, 2014, 01:26:42 pm
The motor itself could be going bad and throwing a code. I had a similar problem on my FZ1 and the subthrottle servo motor. Short of finding another motor or putting an eliminator plug on, I'm not sure how else you can diagnose. Does it look like the motor is cycling freely? Look for some dirt or something that may be causing it to bind. The smallest resistance will throw a code.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Ares X on Mar 10, 2014, 01:28:52 pm
No, I didnt find out the code until later on Friday when I rode home. After being educated by the great guys on this forum I found the page that lists all the codes in the service manual. The manual isnt very good at the table of contents. The list on the last post is not complete. Anyway Code 18 is the Exup valve motor. It says to check the connections or wires for a short. Well when you turn the key on the outputs go through their motion, I watched the servo pulley move back and forth so I am wondering if that is working what else it could be.

I think I confused this with another member having a code thrown.

You could pick up a 12 O'clock Labs EXUP Emulator and not have to worry about it. 
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Sweet Tooth on May 19, 2014, 01:27:00 pm
Mine is a different it shows D:01 17
D
03   101
04    101
05     90
07    0
08   1.1
09   0
11   90
20 on
21 on
30 00
31  00
32   00
33   00
36   0
37    0
50       00
52   00
53  135
54   00
60  00
61    12
62    1
63    00
70    0
And then back to D:01
 
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Sweet Tooth on May 19, 2014, 01:42:31 pm
Only thing that changes is the D:09 code shows 11.6 when i turn the red on switch on. Rest stays the same . Whys my codes a bit different than that ?
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: 05Purpstar on Jul 17, 2014, 09:12:01 am
My bike is showing code 14 error with the intake but all i did was disconnect the ignition coils located under the air box on the right and the rear right spark plug harness that the coils are attached to and now my bike has the engine light on with that code…any suggestions on why it won't crank or idle right? At first only half the engine would run and bog when idling but now it doesn't start at all and that code is all it shows and i didn't mess with anything else other then what i listed. A tech told me to clear the code and it will run fine, another mechanic told me i have to buy new coils. Anybody dealt with this before? I'm lost at this point
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: t84a on Jul 17, 2014, 09:21:44 am
You really need to check to make sure you hooked everything up and correctly.  I find is hard to believe that you ruined your coils. Did you disconnect anything from the airbox?
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: 05Purpstar on Jul 19, 2014, 03:44:57 am
You really need to check to make sure you hooked everything up and correctly.  I find is hard to believe that you ruined your coils. Did you disconnect anything from the airbox?
I didn't disconnect any airbox cables
I'll go thru diuble checking 1 last time before I take it to a tech
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Luke on Jul 29, 2014, 10:53:50 pm
Like this thread.  How do you get a PDF attachment on this site?  Does anyone know?  Like to share what my Service Manual has on this subject.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Ares X on Jul 30, 2014, 09:21:25 am
Like this thread.  How do you get a PDF attachment on this site?  Does anyone know?  Like to share what my Service Manual has on this subject.

You can't.  Pretty annoying too.
Title: Error 37
Post by: ultra12 on Apr 15, 2017, 04:27:06 pm
37 : Injector 2 solenoid is activated 5 times per second.

What does that really mean? It comes on once ina while and after 20 min of ridding it goes away. Bike runs perfectly fine. How do I get rid of it or better yet fix it
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: towguy500 on Jun 14, 2017, 01:46:36 pm
Ultra. I have the same code. Have you found out any info on it??
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: ernie on Mar 19, 2019, 05:21:01 pm
----------------------------

1. Press and hold the Reset button
2. Turn ignition to ON and keep holding the Reset until "diag" appears on the LCD (about 5 seconds).
3. Now press and hold Reset and Select buttons at the same time and hold for about 5 seconds until you enter the diagnostics list.
4. Now you can press Select to move up, or Reset to move back through all available code. Among them are throttle position sensor, temperature etc.

01 : Throttle position - must be from 15-17 (closed) to 97-100 (opened)
02 : Atmospheric pressure given in mmHg (normal is 760 - average weather)
03 : Differential pressure between air and intake pipe
05 : Air intake temperature (in Celcius)
06 : Cooling liquid temperature (in Celcius)
07 : Absolute speed (must be 000 in garage). Check with rear weel.
08 : Lean angle safety switch control - must be from 0.4-1.4 (upright) to 3.8-4.2 (horizontal). DISMOUT THE SWITCH FOR CHECKING !!!
09 : Battery voltage - must be above 12.0
20 : Side stand switch - displays ON or OFF
21 : Neutral gear switch - displays ON or OFF


Part II : ECU memory check.


60 : EEPROM error code presence - 00 means no default, 01 or 02 means default on corresponding cylinder (blinks if both cylinders).
61 : Error Code memory log - Displays 00 if no error code in memory, displays the Error Code if any (11 to 50). Display changes every two seconds if more than one Error Code in memory, then start again from first.
62 : Displays the number of Error Code in memory. To clear the memory, switch the Engine Run Switch to ON position (no backup).
70 : Check Code number, display from 0 to 255


Part III : Activators - To activate, turn Engine Run switch from OFF to ON - Engine check light is activated too.
30 : Coil 1 is activated 5 times per second.
31 : Coil 2 is activated 5 times per second.
36 : Injector 1 solenoid is activated 5 times per second.
37 : Injector 2 solenoid is activated 5 times per second.
48 : Air duct solenoid is activated 5 times per second.
49 : Air intake solenoid is activated 5 times per second.
50 : Fuel injection relay is activated 5 times per second.
51 : Cooler fan is activated every 5 seconds.
52 : Headlight relay is activated every 5 seconds (2 seconds ON, 3 seconds OFF) - 2003+ model only.


Error Codes
Error Number 11 : Cylinder identification sensor error - DIAG mode (none)
Error Number 12 : Crankshaft posiiton sensor error - DIAG mode (none)
Error Number 13 : Air intake pressure sensor error - DIAG mode 03
Error Number 14 : Air intake duct error - DIAG mode 03
Error Number 15 : Throttle position sensor error - DIAG mode 01
Error Number 19 : Sidestand sensor error - DIAG mode 20
Error Number 20 : Air pressure sensors error - DIAG mode (none)
Error Number 21 : Coolant temperature sensor error - DIAG mode 06
Error Number 22 : Air intake temperature sensor error - DIAG mode 05
Error Number 23 : Ambient air pressure sensor error - DIAG mode 02
Error Number 24 : O2 (lambda) sensor error - DIAG mode (none)
Error Number 30 : The bike went down - DIAG mode 08
Error Number 33 : Coil 1 open circuit - DIAG mode 30
Error Number 34 : Coil 2 open circuit - DIAG mode 31
Error Number 41 : Tilt sensor error - DIAG mode 08i
Error Number 42 : Speed sensor error / Neutral sensor in short-circuit - DIAG mode 07-21
Error Number 43 : Battery voltage control error - DIAG mode (none)
Error Number 44 : EEPROM read/write error - DIAG mode 60
Error Number 50 : ECU memory error - DIAG mode (none)
Error Er-1 : ECU link error
Error Er-2 : ECU link error
Error Er-3 : ECU link error
Error Er-4 : ECU link error


Following ERROR codes DO NOT allow engine to run :
11-12-19-30-41-50 and Er-1 to Er-4


Error code 11 allow engine to continue running only if fault appears after engine start.


Following ERROR codes DO allow engine to run but need immediate check because default values are taken by the ECU: 13-14-20-21-22-23-24-24-42-43-44



---------------------------------

Hey rollinje, what bike are these instructions for? Are these from the Road Star Manual or the Raider Manual?
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: dukedomain on Mar 21, 2019, 08:12:37 pm
Rollinje is a guest and probably hasn’t posted on this forum in a decade.
Title: Re: Onboard diagnostic
Post by: Mecha on Jul 23, 2019, 08:30:06 pm
still good info