Sport Bike Troubleshooting

Suzuki GSXR Dealer Mode

Step 1: Remove seat. There is a bolt on each side of the seat, an inch below.
Step 2: Locate the dealer terminal. It is described as a six prong, white in color plug with a black rubber dust cap. The plug may be found under the subframe support truss.
Step 3: Remove black dust cap and expose contacts. Now examine wires and locate a black wire that has a thin white stripe. Locate the second wire which is a white wire with a thin red stripe. Now use an insulated wire (speaker wire will do) to connect the black/white contact to the white/red contact. They should be adjacent to each other.
Step 4: With the kill switch selector on “off”, turn the ignition system to the start position. The motorcycle instrumentation, headlight and tail light should all be on at this point. Now, flip the kill switch from “off” to “on” to activate the FI system. You are now in dealer mode.

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C00 None
C11 Camshaft Position Sensor (CMP or CMPS)
C12 Crankshaft Position Sensor (CKP or CKPS)
C13 Intake Air Pressure Sensor (IAP or IAPS) (Front Cylinder)
C14 Throttle Position Sensor (TPS)
C15 Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor (ECT or ECTS)
C16 Speed Sensor
C17 Intake Air Pressure Sensor (IAP or IAPS) (Rear Cylinder)
C18 Decompression Relay
C19 Starter Relay
C20 Differential Lock Relay
C21 Intake Air Temperature Sensor (IAT or IATS)
C22 Atmospheric Air Temperature Sensor (AP or APS)
C23 Tip Over Sensor (TO or TOS)
C24 Ignition Signal #1 or #1/4
C25 Ignition Signal #2 or #2/3
C26 Ignition Signal #3
C27 Ignition Signal #4
C28 Secondary Throttle Valve Actuator (STVA)
C29 Secondary Throttle Position Sensor (STPS)
C30 Secondary Throttle Control Unit (STCU)
C31 Gear Position Switch (GP or GPS)
C32 Injector Signal #1 (TL-R primary signal #1)
C33 Injector Signal #2 (TL-R primary signal #3)
C34 Injector Signal #3 (TL-R secondary signal #2)
C35 Injector Signal #4 (TL-R secondary signal #4)
C40 Idle Air Control Valve (IAC Valve)
C41 Fuel Pump Control System
C42 Ignition Switch Signal
C46 Exhaust Control Valve Actuator (EXCVA)
C49 Pulsed Air (PAIR) Valve Solenoid
C50 CVT Serial Communication Signal (from TCM to ECM)
C51 CVT Motor
C52 CVT Pulley Position Sensor
C53 Speed Sensor (for CVT system)
C54 CVT Secondary Pulley Revolution Sensor
C55 CVT Engine Revolution Signal
C56 CVT Throttle Position Signal
C58 CVT Ratio Discord
C59 CVT Serial Communication Signal (from ECM to TCM)
C92 Fuel Level Gauge Signal

Yamaha Dealer Mode

Step 1: Turn the main switch to off and set the engine stop switch to on.
Step 2: Disconnect the wire harness coupler from the fuel pump.
Step 3: Simultaneously press and hold the select and reset buttons, turn the main switch to
on, and continue to press the buttons for 8 seconds or more.
Step 4: Press the select button to select the diagnostic mode DIAG.
Step 5: After selecting DIAG, simultaneously press the select and reset buttons for 2 seconds
or more to activate the diagnostic mode. The diagnostic code number D01 appears on the
odometer/trip meter/fuel reservoir trip meter/stop watch LCD.
Step 6: Set the engine stop switch to off.
Step 7: Select the diagnostic code number corresponding to the fault code number by pressing the
select and reset buttons.

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D: 01 = throttle position sensor completely closed, figures from 12 to 21 fully opened, figures from 96 to 106
D: 02 = barometric pressure as a percentage
D: 03 = the absolute pressure in the intake circuit
D: 05 = air temperature in the intake circuit
D: 06 = engine coolant temperature
D: 07 = sensor reading speed
D: 08 = position sensor fall normal position index of 0.4 – 1.4 inverted position, figure 3.7 – 4.4
D: 09 = board voltage
D: 13 = position sensor throttle 2 completely. closed figure 9 to 23 fully opened, the rate of from 94 to 108
D: 14 = position sensor throttle 1 completely closed, the indicator 12 to 22 fully opened, the rate of from 97 to 107
D: 15 = position sensor throttle 2 completely closed, the indicator 10 to 24 fully opened, the rate of from 95 to 109
D: 20 = encoder side steps
D: 21 = position sensor check point (neutral)
D: 30 = diagnosis of the ignition coil 1 cylinder
D: 31 = diagnosis of the ignition coil cylinder 2
D: 32 = diagnosis of the ignition coil 3 of the cylinder
D: 33 = diagnosis of the ignition coil 4 cylinder
D: 34 = intake valve diagnostics system
D: 36 = primary diagnosis of the injector nozzle 1
D: 37 = primary diagnosis injector nozzle 2
D: 38 = diagnosis of primary injector nozzle 3
D: 39 = primary diagnosis injector nozzle 4
D: 40 = secondary diagnosis of the injector nozzle 1
D: 41 = diagnostics secondary injector nozzle 2
D: 42 = diagnosis of secondary injector nozzle 3
D: 43 = diagnostics secondary injector nozzle 4
D: 47 = diagnosis sensor steering damper
D: 48 = diagnosis sensor valve intake system
D: 50 = fuel pump relay diagnostics
D: 51 = Diagnosis cooling fan motor relay
D: 52 = relay diagnostics lamp head light
D: 60 = EEPROM, list of system errors (00 = no error, error code = 01-04 in the cylinders, if more than one memory errors, they are displayed alternately)
D: 61 = list of errors on the ignition module sensors (00 = no errors in memory, 11-70 = error codes for the components if more than one memory errors, they are displayed alternately)
D: 62 = number of errors in a memory unit (00 = no error, XX – number of errors, erase mistakes made by including the “stop-motion”)
D: 63 = subclass error code (only for error 24 if more than one value in memory, the value is displayed alternately)

Explanation of error codes (for line D: 60 and D: 61)
Number error – transcript
11 – Error cylinder position sensor
12 – crankshaft position sensor error
13 – Error in the inlet pressure sensor (the sensor is within the desired range) – self-diagnosed string D: 03
14 – Error in the inlet pressure sensor (sensor disconnected or faulty) – self-diagnosed string D: 03
15 – error position sensor throttle – self diagnosed line D: 01 + D: 13
19 – error on the incoming signal from the ECU (short circuit or disconnected sensor side footboard) – – self diagnosed line D: 20
20 – the error of sensor readings of atmospheric and absolute pressure in the inlet, not permissible values – self-diagnosed string D: 03, D: 02
21 – Error reading sensor coolant temperature – self diagnosed string D: 06
22 – Error in the inlet temperature sensor, – self-diagnosed string D: 05
23 – error sensor readings of atmospheric pressure – self-diagnosed string D: 02
24 – error of the oxygen sensor (O2 sensor, lambda probe)
30 – Error drop sensor (triggered or faulty sensor), – self-diagnosed string D: 08
33 – faulty ignition coil cylinder 1 – self-diagnosed string D: 30
34 – faulty ignition coil cylinder 2 – self-diagnosed string D: 31
35 – faulty ignition coil 3 cylinder – self diagnosed string D: 32
36 – faulty ignition coil 4 cylinder – self diagnosed string D: 33
39 – Primary circuit fault injector – self diagnosed string D: 36,37,38,39
40 – fault circuit secondary injector – self diagnosed string D: 40,41,42,43
41 – fault or short circuit in the wiring of the sensor falls, self-diagnosed string D: 08
42 – no signal or a faulty speed sensor – self diagnosed string D: 07 (speed sensor), D: 21 (Sensor CAT (neutral))
43 – error voltage at the fuel pump circuit, – self-diagnosed string D: 50
44 – error values / data system diagnostics / ignition – self diagnosed string D: 60
– 00 indicates normal readings EEP-ROM
– 01 represents a violation of the cylinder charge mode 01
– 02 represents a violation of the cylinder charge mode 02
– 03 represents a violation of the cylinder charge mode 03
– 04 represents a violation of the cylinder charge mode 04
46 – Error pokazateey voltage on the ignition module
50 – Error memory module plugs
59 – disconnection or short circuit in the throttle position sensor – self diagnosed string D: 14,15
60 – System Error YCC-T
66 – failure trailer steering damper – diagnosed line self D: 47
70 – Error organizations idling (as a symptom: the engine begins to stall at idle after 20 minutes of work)
Er-1 – no incoming signal from the ignition module
Er-2 – no outgoing signal from the ignition module
Er-3 – it is impossible to consider the testimony from the ignition module
Er-4 – communication error with the dashboard

Kawasaki Dealer Mode

BEFORE 06 MODELS
Step 1: Remove Seat.
Step 2: Pull the self-diagnosis terminal.
Step 3: Turn the ignition switch ON. Connect an auxiliary lead [E] for grounding to the self-diagnosis terminal.
Dealer Mode 1 To enter the self-diagnosis dealer mode 1, ground the self-diagnosis terminal for more than 2 seconds, and then keep it grounded continuously. Count the blinks of the light (LED) to read the service code. Keep the auxiliary lead ground until you finish reading the service code. and this is for dealer mode #2.
Dealer Mode 2 To enter the self-diagnosis dealer mode 2 repeat opening and grounding the lead more than five times within 2 seconds after the lead is first grounded, and then keep it grounded continuously for more than 2 seconds.

06 AND ABOVE MODELS
Step 1: Turn Key to on position.
Step 2: On your gauge cluster press the select button until your showing ODO mileage.
Step 3: Press and hold the reset button until your FI code appears on the screen.

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11 Main throttle sensor malfunction, wiring open or short
12 Inlet air pressure sensor malfunction, wiring open or short
13 Inlet air temperature sensor malfunction, wiring open or short
14 Water temperature sensor malfunction, wiring open or short
15 Atmospheric pressure sensor malfunction, wiring open or short
21 Crankshaft sensor malfunction, wiring open or short
23 Camshaft position sensor malfunction, wiring open or short
24 Speed sensor malfunction
31 Vehicle-down sensor malfunction, wiring open or short
32 Sub-throttle sensor malfunction, wiring open or short
33 Oxygen sensor #1 inactivation, wiring open or short (Equipped Models)
34 Exhaust butterfly valve sensor malfunction, wiring open or short
35 Immobilizer amplifier malfunction
36 Blank key detection
39 ECU communtication Error
51 Stick (Ignition) coil #1 malfunction, wiring open or short
52 Stick (Ignition) coil #2 malfunction, wiring open or short
53 Stick (Ignition) coil #3 malfunction, wiring open or short
54 Stick (Ignition) coil #4 malfunction, wiring open or short
56 Radiator Fan Relay Malfunction, wiring open or short
62 Sub-throttle valve actuator malfunction, wiring open or short
63 Exhaust butterfly valve actuator malfunction, wiring open or short
64 Air Switching Valve Malfunction, wiring open or short
67 Oxygen Sensor Heater Malfunction, wiring open or short (Equipped Models)
83 Oxygen Sensor #2 inactivation, wiring open or short (Equipped Models)
94 Oxygen Sensor #1 Malfunction, wiring open or short (Equipped Models)
95 Oxygen Sensor #2 Malfunction, wiring open or short (Equipped Models)

Honda Dealer Mode

Step 1: Put the bike in neutral, and put the kickstand down w/ the bike still running.
Step 2: FI light begins flashing a code, and the number and frequency of blinks translates into fault code.
Step 3: Long Slow blinks equal numbers in 10. Short Fast Blinks equal numbers in 1. So two long blinks equal 20 and four short blinks equal 4. Together the code would be 24.

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No blinks ECM malfunction, DNS
No blinks ECM power / ground circuit malfunction, DNS
No blinks ECM output line malfunction, DNS
No blinks MIL circuit malfunction, EON
Stays lit Data link circuit malfunction, EON
1 blink MAP sensor circuit malfunction, EON
2 blinks MAP sensor performance problem, EON
7 blinks ECT sensor circuit malfunction, Hard start at low temp
8 blinks TP sensor circuit malfunction, Poor performance on quick throttle operation
9 blinks IAT sensor circuit malfunction, EON
11 blinks Vehicle speed sensor circuit malfunction, EON
12 blinks No. 1 Primary injector malfunction, DNS
13 blinks No. 2 Primary injector malfunction, DNS
14 blinks No. 3 Primary injector malfunction, DNS
15 blinks No. 4 Primary injector malfunction, DNS
16 blinks No. 1 Secondary injector malfunction, DNS
17 blinks No. 2 Secondary injector malfunction, DNS
18 blinks Cam pulse generator, no signal, DNS
19 blinks Ignition pulse generator, no signal, DNS
21 blinks No. 1 O2 sensor circuit malfunction (California only) , EON
22 blinks No. 2 O2 sensor circuit malfunction (California only), EON
23 blinks No. 1 O2 sensor heater malfunction (California only), EON
24 blinks No. 2 O2 sensor heater malfunction (California only), EON
33 blinks E2-PROM in ECM malfunction, EON
48 blinks No. 3 Secondary injector malfunction, DNS
49 blinks No. 4 Secondary injector malfunction , DNS

Ducati Dealer Mode

You must have the Ducati Scan Tool or take it to a dealer who has this tool in order to read codes.

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COIL 10.1 Horizontal cylinder coil error
COIL 10.2 Horizontal cylinder coil error
COIL 11.1 Vertical cylinder coil error
COIL 11.2 Vertical cylinder coil error
INJE 12.1 Horizontal cylinder injector error
INJE 12.2 Horizontal cylinder injector error
INJE 13.1 Vertical cylinder injector error
INJE 13.2 Vertical cylinder injector error
PUMP 16.0 Fuel pump relay error
FAN 18.1 Fan relay error
FAN 18.2 Fan relay error
STRT 19.1 Starter contactor error
STRT 19.2 Starter contactor error
STEP. 21.1 Stepper motor error
STEP. 21.2 Stepper motor error
STEP. 21.3 Stepper motor error
LAMB. 22.1 Lambda heater error
LAMB. 22.2 Lambda heater error
EXVL 23.1 Exhaust valve motor error
EXVL 23.2 Exhaust valve motor error
EXVL 23.3 Exhaust valve motor error
EXVL 23.4 Exhaust valve motor error
EXVL 23.5 Exhaust valve motor error
TPS 1.1 Throttle position sensor error
TPS 1.2 Throttle position sensor error
PRESS 2.1 Pressure sensor error
PRESS 2.2 Pressure sensor error
T.WAT 3.1 Engine coolant temperature sensor error
T.WAT 3.2 Engine coolant temperature sensor error
AIR 4.1 Air temperature sensor error
AIR 4.2 Air temperature sensor error
BATT 5.1 Battery voltage error
BATT 5.2 Battery voltage error
LAMB 6.1 Lambda sensor error
TILT 6.2 Lambda 2 sensor error
DTC 8.0 Traction control unit error (the error can only occur if the bike has been fitted with the traction control kit available from Ducati performance)
ECU 30.0 Engine ECU error
PK.UP 34.0 Pick-up sensor error
SPEE. 36.0 Speed sensor error
IMMO 37.0 Immobilizer error
IMMO 37.1 Immobilizer error
IMMO 37.3 Immobilizer error
IMMO 37.4 Immobilizer error
IMMO 37.5 Immobilizer error
CAN 38.0 CAN line error

KTM Dealer Mode

You must have the KTM Scan Tool or take it to a dealer who has this tool in order to read codes.
Reading Codes Long blinks equal values of 10. Short blinks equal values of 1. So 2 long blinks equal 20 and five short blinks equal 5. Together that would come to 25.

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P0335 02 PICK UP
P0122 06 THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR
P0123 06 THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR
P0222 07 SENSOR FOR 2ND THROTTLE VALVE
P0223 07 SENSOR FOR 2ND THROTTLE VALVE
P0107 09 MANIFOLD AIR PRESSURE SENSOR, REAR CYLINDER
P0108 09 MANIFOLD AIR PRESSURE SENSOR, REAR CYLINDER
P1687 11 MANIFOLD AIR PRESSURE SENSOR, FRONT CYLINDER
P1688 11 MANIFOLD AIR PRESSURE SENSOR, FRONT CYLINDER
P0117 12 COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR
P0118 12 COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR
P0112 13 AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR
P0113 13 AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR
P1107 14 AMBIENT AIR PRESSURE SENSOR
P1108 14 AMBIENT AIR PRESSURE SENSOR
P1631 15 ROLL ANGLE SENSOR
P1632 15 ROLL ANGLE SENSOR
P0130 17 LAMBDA PROBE, REAR CYLINDER
P0150 18 LAMBDA PROBE HEATER, FRONT CYLINDER
P0560 24 CONTROL UNIT VOLTAGE SUPPLY
P1590 25 SIDE STAND SWITCH
PO201 33 INJECTION VALVE, REAR CYLINDER
P0202 34 INJECTION VALVE, FRONT CYLINDER
P0351 37 IGNITION COIL, REAR CYLINDER
P0352 38 IGNITION COIL, FRONT CYLINDER
P1232 41 FUEL PUMP RELAY
P1231 41 FUEL PUMP RELAY
P0032 45 LAMBDA PROBE HEATER
P0031 45 LAMBDA PROBE HEATER
P0052 46 LAMBDA PROBE HEATER, FRONT CYLINDER
P0051 46 LAMBDA PROBE HEATER, FRONT CYLINDER
P0505 49 IDLE SPEED CONTROL MOTOR
P0413 54 SECONDARY AIR VALVE
P0414 54 SECONDARY AIR VALVE
P0603 65 EEPROM ERROR
P1106 68 MANIFOLD AIR PRESSURE SENSOR, REAR CYLINDER
P1105 69 MANIFOLD AIR PRESSURE SENSOR, FRONT CYLINDER
P0638 72 STEPPER MOTOR FOR 2ND THROTTLE VALVE