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Wow, how did a battery charging issue start that? And shouldn't there be a recall?
John I'm assuming drop in voltage caused drop in ignition output and raw fuel getting to cat-con and burning there.
Not sure I am tracking the low voltage causing the issue, coils do not use much power to create spark, certainly far less then the power/amps necessary to turn the starter, but the various odditites of Guzzi FI is often lost on me.
Connectors -- get to know my new V7 III with Honda Lithium Dielectric Grease and Loctite 243 at hand.
I would expect we would have heard more about this if it were a design flaw, which brings us back to what caused this in the first place and more importantly, how to prevent it. It could also be a faulty LAMBDA sensor telling the ECU there is a lean condition and feed in more fuel. We are sincerely interested in this trouble you had.
I'm with you Charlie. I also think Locktite is over used. John Henry
Especially since I will usually have Givi E22N ABS plastic side cases present.
After fiddling to get the wire connections out it now is charging 14.1.
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