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Hptorque007

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Error code 1
« on: Aug 19, 2020, 03:50:52 pm »
Hey Every one.

Got a Problem   Er Code 1.
The bike  turns over.  the Fuel pump does not ruining when I turn the Key for the dash needle sweep.
ECU is HOT.

I was getting a Er code 17+18  From the Servo replaced the Pipes.
I was trying to by past the Servo buy the rewire the Servo wires, Black to white, orange to green... no Red. exadentley touched O and green to white.

Any Ideas????
« Last Edit: Aug 19, 2020, 06:56:21 pm by Hptorque007 »

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    Re: Error code 1
    « Reply #1 on: Aug 19, 2020, 06:49:12 pm »
    Bypassing anything computer controlled by jumping wires to one another is never a good idea. It's a good way to damage an ECU.

    Case in point > Fault code Er-1 >  ECU internal malfunction (output signal error) -- No signals received from the ECU -- Unable to start -- Unable to run.
    I'd rather die on a motorcycle than live without one.

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    Re: Error code 1
    « Reply #2 on: Aug 19, 2020, 09:56:52 pm »
    Hptorque007- Wow! I don't even understand your thinking and can barely understand what you wrote in your post.  Blindly jumping wires makes no sense at all.   

    I would start by checking fuses and maybe you got lucky and a fuse blew before you did any damage, but my guess is that you're screwed and at the very least need to replace the ECU.

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      Re: Error code 1
      « Reply #3 on: Aug 20, 2020, 05:03:23 pm »
      I was pissed off when I wrote my post. Not a writer LOL.

      I was not blindly jumping wires.

      I did this before with with my R1 and it worked By passing the Servo. I accidentally touched the O Orange wire  and the green wire to the White from the servo...

      Yes I kind of knew I blew the ECU.... Just wondering if any one mite know how to test the ECU or had any ideals. Fuses are all OK

      Thanks anyway

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      Re: Error code 1
      « Reply #4 on: Aug 20, 2020, 05:41:12 pm »
      Next time you attempt something like that, just disconnect the battery. No guarantee you won't blow anything when you reconnect it, but at least it will prevent accidental shorts.
      I'd rather die on a motorcycle than live without one.

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      Re: Error code 1
      « Reply #5 on: Aug 20, 2020, 07:35:23 pm »
      Next time you attempt something like that, just disconnect the battery. No guarantee you won't blow anything when you reconnect it, but at least it will prevent accidental shorts.

      Good idea.