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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-06-2018, 08:04 PM Thread Starter
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Raider Codes

Hey, these are the codes currently on my bike. Can anyone help me decipher them? Thanks.
1-17
3-99
4-99
5-77
7-0
8-1.1
9-0.0
11-169
30-00
31-00
32-00
33-00
36-00
37-00
50-00
52-00
53-135
54-00
60-00
61-00
62-0
63-00
70-0

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Here's a link for code description, lower part of page has code and value definition. Hope it helps.

https://www.motorcycle-manual.com/yamaha-fault-codes/
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Here's a few,

D: 01 = throttle position sensor
completely closed, figures from 12 to 21, you are if throttle is closed.

D: 03 = the absolute pressure in the intake circuit; if engine not running good.

D: 05 = air temperature in the intake circuit; shows 99, must be hot where you are at.


D: 08 = position sensor fall, normal position index of 0.4 - 1.4, your good.

Was there something specific you were looking for. Just at a quick glance all parameters look normal.

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Thank you!
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I've been getting an occasional brief drop in power while accelerating. Very quick drop, a blip then back up. I'm thinking throttle position sensor?

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Your code:
D: 08 = position sensor fall, normal position index of 0.4 - 1.4, yours is at 1.1 so I would think TPS is good.
Quick question, did it just recently start doing it and do you get gas at the same place? A few years ago I was tracing a miss/flat spot at times in my mustang. Thought it was ignition and traced it for days. Turned out there was water in the fuel. Not much but enough that would make it through the Carb and of course it would miss for a second until gas pushed it threw. Found out the station I bought gas at had some contaminated gas. Filled up at different station, added fuel dryer additive and issue went away. Just a thought to check out before you start chasing other things.

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It's happened through several tanks of gas from various stations. 91 octane to 93 octane although the last 2 tanks have been 93 and 91 ethanol free fuel and I haven't had the issue for a few days. I'm going to fill up with ethanol free again and see what happens. I love when problems just go away.
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Hope the issue is gone. You could have gotten some water in system and just took a few tanks to run it all out. Have fun riding

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