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Old 07-05-2010, 11:01 PM   #1
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Not sure how to describe it but the bike was running horribly, changed the oil and new spark plugs put it earlier today...it runs fine now, but it seems to have a lagged response from rolling on the throttle to actually delivering power to the wheel

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also if it makes a difference the check engine light is on
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can you run the codes on the bike?

google and see if there's a way to read it through the cluster.


or for the time being you can disconnect the battery for a while to reset the light and retry driving it. Every plugged in properly from the spark plug work?
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can you run the codes on the bike?

google and see if there's a way to read it through the cluster.


or for the time being you can disconnect the battery for a while to reset the light and retry driving it. Every plugged in properly from the spark plug work?
ill google about the cluster codes, but yea all the plugs are good
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The check engine light is pretty common, especially if you turned the key on while the airbox was off.
Double check to make sure all of the sensors are plugged back in.
Also, how did the air filter look?
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yeah i going to say you may have left the intake air temp sensor unplugged.
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The check engine light is pretty common, especially if you turned the key on while the airbox was off.
Double check to make sure all of the sensors are plugged back in.
Also, how did the air filter look?
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yeah i going to say you may have left the intake air temp sensor unplugged.
you know what, there is a wire that is still unplugged, was actually just looking for a wiring diagram to see were it went because i didnt see any connectors left unplugged

the air filter was going to be checked tomorrow because of things that came up to keep me from checking
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the daytonas have an actual 'Check engine' light? Sweet.
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