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So I really love this bike but this is the second time it’s left me stranded. First it was the kickstand switch and I bypassed that and ran for quite some time. At 5600 miles it has decided to not start. It flashes a message “alarm ecu disc”. Any thoughts appreciated.
Several guys from my fire station are helping me load up the bike today to go to the dealer so this should be interesting.
2 minutes to change the turbo and 4 hours to get to it and then put everything back. Been there, sucks.Good luck with the bike, hope it's simple!Tom
Well, at least there's no trouble with the plumbing at home, hopefully.
That's on you, Mister! I was referring to the joys of a flushing toilet.....Sarah
So included here is a poorly marked up picture to protect the guilty….. we got the bike loaded without incident and lifted it into my friends pickup after work. We made it to the dealer without issue and they will start diagnosing tomorrow. The second picture is me in process of replacing the turbo that went out. Thought maybe you like to see the adventure.
Man if it’s that simple that would be the way of it. But on a new bike seems unlikely. Was it an older battery?
Sound like a Chinese Fire Drill around that place..
Great now you just assured he's gonna have problems with his wedding tackle too.
Nah..Things are well in hand there..
I don't have a wiring diagram. Does this bike have a "bank angle" sensor (tipover sensor)? I chased these symptoms for a couple of days on Beaver's baby breva. Turned out that the sensor, located behind the battery, was sharing space with a mouse. I cleaned the nest out and re-leveled the sensor and the bike started.Just a thought. Honestly a good thought. I really don’t know. I’ve never dropped the bike ( knock on wood) so I obviously haven’t seen if it has one. I will keep it mind if they are stumped I think the dealer is tired of me calling for updates. This is my ride to work so I’m kinda of anxious about it but it is nice to have my wife’s royal Enfield handy. Really great bike. I’m just addicted to Guzzi. The jokes got me laughing. I hopefully have my turbo manifold bolts coming today for my 2007 Mini Cooper. My wife is currently driving the 2006 Mini as it has reliably been plugging along. Anyways lengthy post I will stop myself here.
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