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post #1 of 6 Old 05-15-2019, 11:18 AM Thread Starter
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ANOTHER TPS thread...

Frustrating days a month before my first track day. Im trying to check the TPS voltage and I get 4.13 volts.... and A FI fault code on the dash.

I cant adjust Traction Control...

third pic is lowest voltage i can get at 3.78!

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In my case I was using the wrong connections - I had a reading over 4. If using Kawasaki lead I think it is the red/white leads you need to connect to. This may not apply but I thought it was worth saying. I hope u get it fixed quickly.
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Ok yes Im using the kawasaki breakout leads thanks for the heads up. I will write it down once I solve this.

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IIRC, the fault code is because of the other connector you are disconnecting to get to the TPS. Been a while but that seems right, someone can confirm that but I bet once you plug it back in and turn the bike on it'll go away.
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If you are seeing numbers like that you are definitely checking the wrong connection.

You need to enter dealer\service mode after everything is put back together to reset the FI light.
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Ok I adjused correctly and the gsx is, i would say, 50% better. no more misfire type symptoms while cruising. but its still very sensitive. Next step is the throttle Tamer.

BUT... this fix makes me feel much more relaxed for my track day in juli. thank god this forum exist

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