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Got some gas that was almost entirely methanol/ethanol - sent the sensors crazy - road out the bad gas - but resetting the sensor I hav enot been able to do. Can anybody guide us here to get this sensor either straightened out/reset or maybe it something needs replacing?:?
 

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1. Remove the seat (page 3-8).
2. Turn the ignition switch to OFF.
3. Remove the dummy connector and short the Brown and Green wire
terminals of the DLC using the special tool.
4. Make sure the engine stop switch is turned to “on “ and turn the ignition
switch to ON.
5. Remove the special tool from the DLC.
6. The MIL will light for approximately 5 seconds. While the MIL lights,
short the DLC terminals again with the special tool. The self-diagnostic
memory is erased if the malfunction indicator goes off and
starts blinking.
• The DLC must be jumped while the MIL lights. If not, the MIL will
not start blinking.
• Note that the self-diagnostic memory cannot be erased if the ignition switch is turned to OFF before the MIL starts blinking.

You can use a paper clip for the special tool.
 

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I would run a couple more tanks of fuel through the bike, then as Dave says short out the system and let it reset, if that does not help you will have to replace the O2 sensors. They get glazed over and refuse to function with age, and I would suspect the heat from the Cats, with that much pure fuel, might have damaged them.

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