Check Engine Light


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  • #28230
    AvatarJason
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    Does anybody know if there is a way to flash check engine codes?

    #28273
    Max KoolMax Kool
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    I don’t understand what you mean by “flash check engine codes”.

    #28277
    AvatarJason
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    Like if you turn the key on and off or hold a button on the display it would flash the check engine light to tell you what codes are triggered. When I took my bike out for the first time this year the check engine light was on but has since gone out. My closest dealership us like 2 hours away and dont want to drive out there if I don’t have to.

    #28278
    VanessaVanessa
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    That’s possibly a bit outdated for a modern vehicle network system. I used to use flash codes 20 years ago. Maybe a diagnostic fault code reader would be of use?

    #28312
    Max KoolMax Kool
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    Oh btw, what I noticed on mine when I just got it, the check engine light would stay on every now and then after a cold start (always first start of the day). Then I found out that if I pull the clutch when starting the bike the check engine light always goes out, as it should. As if the clutch switch or neutral sender isn’t working properly.

    That was months ago btw, it never came back… even when I don’t pull the clutch now.

    #34826
    AvatarJohn ee
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    I had a check engine light come on for a couple days. I ordered an adapter to attached my BlueDriver scanner but the light went away before I received the package. I scanned the bike and there is a permanent trouble code even though the check engine light hasn’t been on since it went away. Anyone else use a Bluetooth scanner? I don’t know what most of it means but It appears to log a lot of data, which seems pretty cool

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