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Offline tony-the-tiger

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Re: Last Year's Cold Start/No Start Condition
« Reply #20 on: March 30, 2020, 01:04:56 PM »
That 70 degree day....did not start.  Later in the day started OK but I had already manipulated the throttle.  So now I'll wait for the 70 and try again.  We've had unseasonably cold and rainy weather.  I'll wait the right day...more later...
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Re: Last Year's Cold Start/No Start Condition
« Reply #21 on: April 01, 2020, 03:47:41 PM »
After several attempts,  yesterday,  I finally got the bike running with no throttle action to do the Adaptive Rest and performed it as directed.  Within a few minutes it came up to the 1100 RPM idle point.   This A.M......still No Start.  So this must be one of the 2 or both sensors (ECT) or (AIT) as discussed.  Now to the dreaded dealer,  unless  there are some other simpler solutions.  OR:   Its warm enough now...just put it off for another year.
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