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hi all my bike is playing up the automatic chcke is not coming on but it runs fine when i get it to start. i have had the throttle position sensor done on it but it dint solve it.. my bike is a yzfr1 04 plate can you help ????

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think its an ecu problem with it been all electronic and injected


main stealer jobbie :?


you had the battery off recently ? or let it go flat ?

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I believe the auto choke is electronic, and I think different jets are used on the R1 at idle, maybe they are blocked? But stu is probably right about an ECU problem.

Have you got a power cammander fitted?

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think its an ecu problem with it been all electronic and injected


main stealer jobbie :?


you had the battery off recently ? or let it go flat ?

 


yes m8 the battery did go flat !!!!! :wink:

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I believe the auto choke is electronic, and I think different jets are used on the R1 at idle, maybe they are blocked? But stu is probably right about an ECU problem.

Have you got a power cammander fitted?

 


no power cammander on it m8

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I don't know how much you are willing to pull off her yourself?


Flattening the battery shouldn't effect the ECU, but it should probably need a full charge to be sure all the electrics are ok. Is she fully charged up now m8?

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you may need to get the bike running warm it right up then take it for a ride for the ECU to re-learn itself


a lot of cars are like that not sure on bikes but worth a try :)

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i did start it once without the air fillter in and it stoped running straight away :? ??? it run for about 30 secs then it was a twwwat to start after i put it back in..

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air filter wont make no difference i dont think :?


try disconnecting battery for a bit connect back up start bike warm her up take for a ten min ride and see how it is


if no luck i would contact 5ways :?

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air filter wont make no difference i dont think :?


try disconnecting battery for a bit connect back up start bike warm her up take for a ten min ride and see how it is


if no luck i would contact 5ways :?

 


:stupid: Wot he said.

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as above I'm afraid--this is a form of sensor problem--quite specific and will need a replacement[ possibly of ECU :(] --but wants a diagnostic check to establish exact cause of this particular fault--may even be a fuse gone if you check system wireing--sorry not much help :(

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It could need a reset of the ECU like stu says but i dont know how it is done on your bike... mine i start it with out touching the throttle and let it run till fans come on turn the ignition off and thats it .. ECU is fully remapped.


It could also as stated be a sensor .. the dreaded O2 sensor they can cause all sorts of grief..


a diagnostic visit to garage ..


Nigel

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thanx for all your help fellas iv tryed a lot of stuff you lot have said but its still no good :cry: but thanx. booked it in this friday for a full diagnostic. :wink: :wink:

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