Re: Rough Running - Cough Cough Cough
Originally Posted by MNTodd
First of all thanks to all the folks who post valuable info on this site.
I changed the battery in my 2000 LT two months ago and did'nt
know to reset the throttle position sensor. The bike ran fine
for about a month. Then the mileage went down to approx.
32 and the bike now has a hesitation when starting out from a stop sign.
I started reading about oxygen sensors on the forum and learned about
resetting the throttle position sensor.
I pulled the bottom fuse for the Motronic and let it set over night.
I turned the key on (no start) and twisted the throttle twice, and then went for about a 2 mile ride down the road.
Now the bike coughs, sputters and will barely idle.
Does it take a number of key cycles for the computer to map
some of the air settings????
Any thoughts guys. I am thinking I need to get it in for a quick
computer scan to see if there are any codes.
With that low of gas mileage, I would guess O2 sensor. Is there anyone around him that has a GS-911?
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