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Should the O2 sensor be removed if it's been turned off , Don't they get carbon'd up if not in use ?
I didn't bother removing mine, and it never got chogged up. I never checked, but I suspect the heater stays operational even if lambda is switched off. When I pulled it out, it was clean as a whistle after more than 6000km.
Paul, when I try the links you provided I get this message, "This Operation Requires Elevation."
I have the 2.10.00 driver installed. I can't get the pc to talk to the ECU. Uninstall, reinstall, reboot, etc., etc.
I give up.
I ran into an issue today on a Bassa. I've had this happen before, but today I found a 'fix'.I tried to set the idle trim. For some reason, this bike was at -94. Nothing I did would change the trim, it stayed at -94. I fired up my old VDSTS software. Same thing, stuck at -94. I was doing was following the software instructions to set the trim. After changing the value and doing the shutdown, I was waiting 30 seconds or more before starting up GuzziDiag (or VDSTS) again. But when I tried unplugging the 15M during the shutdown to totally shut down the ECU. That worked every time. Odd.Not sure if the power cycle was clearing something or what was going on, but if you have trouble setting the idle trim, pull the plug on the ECU after it has powered off.
Setting Co, is working only if there are no errors, and tps value is in range.
I'm thinking that there was an error in memory that I didn't notice. By pulling the plug on the ECU, I was clearing the memory.
and tps value is in range
I know you don't think the 150mv setting is important, but is that what Paul is saying? Certainly no offense intended...
No. I was at 3.6 degrees as required. (3.58 actually if I recall.) It was the clearing of memory that enabled the throttle trim.And yes, going through the 150mv setting is goofy IMHO. You never see anyone with a CARC bike doing that.
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