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Re: Onboard diagnostic
« Reply #15 on: Aug 22, 2010, 09:48:40 pm »
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    Re: Onboard diagnostic
    « Reply #16 on: Aug 22, 2010, 10:27:44 pm »
    This one is a good read too.

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    Re: Onboard diagnostic
    « Reply #17 on: Aug 23, 2010, 03:18:11 am »
    STICKY PLEASE

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      Re: Onboard diagnostic
      « Reply #18 on: Aug 23, 2010, 07:49:45 am »

        July 2009

      If we're not supposed to eat animals ... how come they're made out of meat?  ;D

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      Re: Onboard diagnostic
      « Reply #19 on: Aug 23, 2010, 08:07:41 am »
      Good stuff

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      Re: Onboard diagnostic
      « Reply #20 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
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      Re: Onboard diagnostic
      « Reply #21 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.

      I know this isn't the answer you were looking for, but the light will shut off.

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      Fuzzy green meat is bad for you.

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      Re: Onboard diagnostic
      « Reply #22 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.

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      Re: Onboard diagnostic
      « Reply #23 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.


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      Re: Onboard diagnostic
      « Reply #24 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.

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      Re: Onboard diagnostic
      « Reply #25 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.

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      Re: Onboard diagnostic
      « Reply #26 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
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      Re: Onboard diagnostic
      « Reply #27 on: Aug 20, 2011, 12:56:40 pm »
      I think 35 is the rear coil on the left side not firing.

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      Re: Onboard diagnostic
      « Reply #28 on: Aug 20, 2011, 02:40:14 pm »
      what is the cause of this?
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      Re: Onboard diagnostic
      « Reply #29 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?