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Old 11-24-12, 11:16   #11
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ok i have the bike hooked up and running right now, and i hav ea p1105 map sensor pipe fault code? any ideas? also i did adjust the throtle cable to take out some slop before i tuned it, could that be causing this?
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Old 11-24-12, 11:42   #12
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ok it has been running for about a half hour now and still no little arrrow change or green tps light! wtf!!!! it says insufficient engine temp..
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Old 11-24-12, 11:53   #13
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anyone? could really use some helpful info here...
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Old 11-24-12, 12:29   #14
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It's your MAP sensor. It's not connected correctly.
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It's your MAP sensor. It's not connected correctly.
Once again, MacBandit nailed it. I have always wanted to compliment you on your astute knowledge of these bikes. Sincerely,

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Old 11-24-12, 13:06   #16
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does it connect anywhere other than under the tank on top of the airbox? because that was pluged in and snaped tight...
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Check the hose that is supposed to be plugged into the bottom of the map sensor. I see this all the time, and have done it myself.
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this is going to sound completely retarted, but now that im looking through my sevice manual, im confused if im looking at the map sensor or not, i think im looking at the wrong connector, and where is this hose if you dint mind. i feel so stupid right now.
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It's your MAP sensor. It's not connected correctly.
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Check the hose that is supposed to be plugged into the bottom of the map sensor. I see this all the time, and have done it myself.
HA! i jsut found the map sensor and that HOSE was not connected to it, i was looking at the damn air temp sensor. you guys are swesome thanks so much, now lets try this again....
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