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post #11 of 17 Old 08-06-2017, 03:15 PM
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Tbh the line is pretty meaningless anyway, check the tps using the harness using a multimeter and forget.

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Which lead do I need to check for a voltage. I can remember reading somewhere its a Kawasaki item
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mine is middle at idle, goes up at 1500, is that ok?
Sounds ok, as I said you need to check the voltage to be sure. It can still show that but not be within range, it's more of a setup guide to get it running then fine adjustment after.

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Which lead do I need to check for a voltage. I can remember reading somewhere its a Kawasaki item
Kawasaki PN 57001-1538, Sensor Adapter.
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mine is middle at idle, goes up at 1500, is that ok?
when you say 1500 is that warn idle or cold start then backs down to 1000 .
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I was told by my dealer that they checked with Suzuki and the dash TPS set up is no longer on the AL8. They set it up om Suzuki instructions on laptop. Only way to do it on latest bikes apparently. Until someone clever works out how.
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when you say 1500 is that warn idle or cold start then backs down to 1000 .
yes, warn idle, perfect bike
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Remember the Tread 'Suzuki is Listening" - well seem like that are.
They must know we are onto their 'easy' method on TPS set up, the Workshops are losing money when the Owners can fix it themselves for free.

" Ah So, We stuff the TPS by a bit at the Factory to help Dealer San's with Workshop profit, BUT this Owners Forum found out how to fix "
"Must find a new way !"
"Just delete the line; that will fix them - start with AL8 "
" Then they use Kawa Patch Lead and Voltmeter "
" For AL9, Reprogram the ECU with new Voltages & CAN Bus Digital Code !!!! "
" Cheering Banzai loudly "


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