|Posted on Sunday, June 19, 2022 - 06:45 am: ||
First of, Apologies to forum moderator, I have to open a new thread. Sincere appreciation to Ray S he has been a guardian angel helping me with figuring out issues with my bike.
History of my bike issue is found in this thread http://www.badweatherbikers.com/buell/messages/142 838/892519.html?1653372673
I took apart my ECM and re-soldered the joints as advised to fix the intermittent Blinks.
I believe that fixed the Red light blinks.
I got the Buelltooth Dongle to read errors, I got error 11 which mean TPS error. With the Help of Ray i was able to do A ground Clean and TPS reset.
Before hand i had issues with the bike, after running a few miles. I get a very terrible feedback from the bike. Symptoms like Severe Coughs from the Exhaust, Bike Suddenly goes off.
After the Above fix i decided to go for a ride today, and issue still persist, this time i got a safer place to park, hooked up the dongle. No errors, However AFV was about 116%. i did reset to 100%. This made no effect as the bike ran too poor. The constant cough turned into a loud shoot and bike jerks and dies. By this time i was already in traffic so i cannot park the bike i just became creative with the Clutch as i would pull in, Throttle and release so the bike does not die while I'm moving slow.
I noticed that the bike idles well, however when i try to throttle it dies
I got to my destination, hooked up the buelltooth dongle.. Still no errors. AFV is on 100%. I left the bike for about 2 hours, it's cool and everything seem to run fine again.
|Posted on Sunday, June 19, 2022 - 12:23 pm: ||
cam position sensor?
|Posted on Sunday, June 19, 2022 - 03:12 pm: ||
Okay I need to replace that??? Or what do you think I do.? It's so strange that everything is back to normal once the bike is cold again
|Posted on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 - 02:56 am: ||
Give the intake manifold/throttle bodies a check for leaks.
With the engine running / idling, spray some carburetor cleaner (or Brakleen) at the manifold to cylinder head joints.
If the engine rpm goes up...that's one of your problems.
New o-rings are cheap.
|Posted on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 - 11:23 am: ||
What Mike said. And don't forget to pay attention to the fuel rail and where the injectors mount to the rail.
A quick check: Take the bike for a ride, and when it starts acting up, open the fuel cap and ride some more. If the problem goes away, the fuel tank vent is clogged. Easy enough to check before doing the carb cleaner test.
Hope this helps, Dave