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bunger9703 04-08-2012 10:43 AM

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The problem on bike is when it gets warm it shuts down. replaced regulator and that correctrd the charging problem. now when it gets warm it just shuts down. at idle about 5min. moving about 3 miles. it's like the ecu stops sending signal for spark. codes on ecu when it won't start is W lite on constant0 and 3 lite are flashing at the same pace. was wondering if anyone would know what the codes are. would help in taking a step towards solving the problem.

RobTheHillbilly 04-08-2012 10:59 AM

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On the SE-i supplement that error code shows that the crankshaft sensor is not getting a reading.

Do you have the service manual as well as the SE-i supplement? If not PM me your address and I'll send you a CD of them.

wingsam41 04-08-2012 01:08 PM

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That is for engine speed sensor (same as crank sensor as Rob said) which is mounted where the pulse generators are normally mounted on a non-injected G1200 except on the fuelies it's a single sensor.

bunger9703 04-08-2012 01:19 PM

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Guess after Easter dinner I'll start tracking wiring to sensor to make sure of no faulty wiring to it before purchase. The sensor looks to be a pricey one. Found one for 250, but guess that's small price to pay for keeping this rare beast on the road.

wingsam41 04-08-2012 01:23 PM

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The wire runs out of the top of the timing cover near the center and up behind the radiator to a connector.

Bellboy40 04-08-2012 02:29 PM

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Here is a pdf file from the service manual on how to test the NS sensor. It should read 297-363 ohms resistance of the sensor coil. Should be open circuit or infinite resistance from either side of the sensor to ground.





wildman 04-08-2012 07:49 PM

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I'm not sure but I think I saw a post on how to adapt a sensor from a 1500 to fit. You might want to do a search on that before you shell out the money.

wildman 04-09-2012 06:37 AM

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