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    Throwing engine codes

    intermittently I've noticed my engine light coming on when driving.today it finally said I had codes on start up. So I plugged in my diagnostic tool
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    Lmao these work perfect for connecting terminal 1&2 together to get your code readout through the engine light.
    I came back with 3 codes before they repeated

    15 & 33 both of which I think must be in there from when it was apart replacing the fuel pump.
    And 15 (interactive muffler control)
    So I went fishing under the airbox cover and found it wasnt working.

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    Got it took it apart and it was just stuck lubed up the cable at the top and middle and it's working good now

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    The jumper method shouldn't show historical codes? Keep an eye on that.

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    So it only shows present?

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    Historical codes are in the process of clearing (key cycles/miles) and won't activate the CEL, so the ECM won't display them as current codes...


    but I have been "WRONG!" before

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    So do you think I should test the temp sensor in the airbox

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    Why? It sounds like you fixed the issue.

    You should invest in one of the Buelltooth adapters or cables and get a copy of ECMSpy/ECMDroid. They are very handy to have for troubleshooting. I grew up counting long and short flashes and its only something that appeals to communists and people who still have Commodore 64's. If either of these are you, I am sorry.


    edit: I realize you enjoy links, so here you go:

    https://www.buelltooth.com/device.html

    The part numbers for your IAT sensor is : P0138.K or 62115-99Y. If you need a new one, there is a person named Barrett who can get you what you need. He appears to be a fine person and a patriot, from what I hear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by casual_observer View Post
    Why? It sounds like you fixed the issue.

    You should invest in one of the Buelltooth adapters or cables and get a copy of ECMSpy/ECMDroid. They are very handy to have for troubleshooting. I grew up counting long and short flashes and its only something that appeals to communists and people who still have Commodore 64's. If either of these are you, I am sorry.


    edit: I realize you enjoy links, so here you go:

    https://www.buelltooth.com/device.html

    The part numbers for your IAT sensor is : P0138.K or 62115-99Y. If you need a new one, there is a person named Barrett who can get you what you need. He appears to be a fine person and a patriot, from what I hear.
    Also a gentleman and a scholar from what I hear

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    I'm hoping my dollar gets a little better sucks to be Canadian right now between converting paypal fee border fees and shipping. It almost $100
    {Bluetooth}

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    There are cabled interfaces you could use to plug into a laptop via USB which should be available at Amazon.

    You seem like a smart guy, you could likely build a bluetooth receiver using an Arduino/Adafruit project board. I'm sure someone has done this before.


    I just received a PM from John Barrett and he wanted me to pass along this information. He is a true friend to Buell owners, even the Canukistanians.

    https://www.buellxb.com/forum/showth...s-ECMSpy-cable!


    Last edited by casual_observer; 07-17-2020 at 11:04 PM.

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