They are under the "Fuel Injection System" section.
"No normal signals are received from
the speed sensor; or, an open or
short circuit is detected in the neutral
Open or short circuit in wiring harness.
Defective speed sensor.
Malfunction in vehicle speed sensor detected unit.
Defective neutral switch.
Malfunction in the engine side of the neutral switch.
Malfunction in ECU."
Forget to plug in the speed sensor? White 3-pin plug at the back of the motor.
I just had a bit of a scare. Got an R1M, did a track day, didn't like the Bridgestones, replaced them with Pirelli Diablo SuperCorsa SP which is actually one of two allowed tires in the manual, the other being the Bridgestones. I went to scrub them in and got the SC (stability control) and ABS lights and basically nothing electronic worked except the running lights. The engine ran fine. I rode about a mile before I noticed the fault lights. I couldn't access the main menu. The quick shifter didn't even work. When it wasn't running but with the ignition on it said 42 next to the engine symbol. I called the dealer and said I had changed the tires, had scratched the rear sensor ring and took it off and turned it over so it had an unblemished surface. He said the distance from the sensor to the sensor ring was critical. To make a long story short I had put the rear sensor holder back together incorrectly which did affect the sensor distance to the ring. As soon as I fixed that all the faults lights went out. You can use either side of the ring.
I have been having problems with my 2004 R1 eating batteries for a few years. None of the Yuasa batteries I bought would last more than a year and unless I put them on a tender every night (even during the warm season and even with daily rides) I would have issues starting the bike.
I have an 04 R1 and when I turn the throttle then release , it stays open for a few seconds (i'd say it evens opens a little more sometimes) then begins to close. Oddly enough this only happens when the bike is moving. If it is parked and I rev the throttle, it will snap back...
Little background. Trying to get some good old fashioned forum help for this issue. Started recently overheating while riding. Ambient temperatures not extreme (70-85°F only). Radiator fans are working properly. Radiator is clean. Installed a new thermostat and took it for a ride. Seemed to work...
When I jump it, she fires right up. Just a cheap ass battery in it right now, but I'm broke, don't have a battery tester, and it's waaay too cold in Missouri to ride to an AutoZone.
Anyways, check the video out and gimme an opinion please!
I have a 2005 R1 with power commander, and yosi. exhaust. Just recently it started to give me a problem, regarding start up. It's fine on the first start up, but after riding it for an hour or so, fill up on gas, then restart it again....no good-it catches then dies. This problem...