|Posted on Wednesday, December 26, 2018 - 11:27 pm: ||
So basically i did run self diagnostics and found some error codes
Following this DDFI CODES
DDFI Trouble Codes
Code No. Fault Condition
11 Throttle position sensor
13 Oxygen sensor
14 Engine temperature sensor
15 Intake air temperature sensor
16 Battery voltage
21 inter active muffler control
23 Front fuel injector
24 Front ignition coil
25 Rear ignition coil
26,27 clutch and neutral switch
32 Rear fuel injector
33 Fuel pump
36 fan voltage
37,43 speed sensor
44 Bank angle sensor
45 side stand sensor
46 start relay
47 aux power outlets
52, 53, 54, 55 ECM failure
56 Cam sync failure
Previous issues history with bike.
1. Had fuel pump issues, so i had to buy a complete fuel pump, i could get the pump for 2009 xb9sx so i got the 2004 instead.
2. I had the bike parked for more than 6months because i could not get a good mechanic to work on the bike here in Nigeria, Thank God i found this Amazing Forum. The bike was parked is a wet area so i believe the water damaged the sensor.
But apart from bad idle when the bike is cold and a backfire sound i keep getting, couple with some funny sound from airbox when reving, The bike starts and run quite okay.
What could be possibly wrong, and why getting so many errors.
|Posted on Wednesday, December 26, 2018 - 11:45 pm: ||
The key here may be the, "parked in a WET area".
Is the battery up to full charge ?
I'd start with checking ALL...of the grounds. Don't just look at them, remove each and every wire, clean it and what it mounts to with a small wire brush and or Scotch Brite, then put some dielectric grease in the connection and reassemble.
If that doesn't work, start pulling "ALL" connectors, starting at the ECM, head light to tail light...to verify that there is no corroded pins/sockets...ANYWHERE. Even if it takes looking into the sockets with a magnifying glass.
The starter, the connectors down by the trans. pulley...EVERYWHERE.
|Posted on Thursday, December 27, 2018 - 12:15 am: ||
Thank you for your swift response, I believe the battery is charged but i have no way to test.
Okay i will try start doing a full cleaning. ad give a feedback
|Posted on Thursday, December 27, 2018 - 09:11 am: ||
What 1_mike said. And, if you haven't already done so, fresh fuel.
As an aside, it MAY be apples and oranges, but on my X-1 I had running issues and a cascade of fault codes. Al from American Sport Bike advised that situation often results from a failing/failed Engine Temp Sensor. Replaced mine, and solved the issue.
So, don't know if what applied to my tuber applies to XB's, but if there are issues after having checked the electrical system, it may something to check.
Hope this helps, Dave
|Posted on Thursday, December 27, 2018 - 02:04 pm: ||
Are there many big bikes in Nigeria?
|Posted on Thursday, December 27, 2018 - 03:46 pm: ||
Presently i have seen just 3 buell in Nigeria, and i do attend lots of events