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Thread: CF Moto 650 TR ECU warning lights

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    CF Moto 650 TR ECU warning lights

    Hi,
    New to here.
    I have ECU warning lights for OXy Sensors. Have replaced both and no joy.
    I am looking for someone in AKL who has a 650NK or TR that I can meet with, do a quick on the spot swap to confirm that the ECU is the problem. Other forum research suggests this is the case.
    All help greatly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaines View Post
    Hi,
    New to here.
    I have ECU warning lights for OXy Sensors. Have replaced both and no joy.
    I am looking for someone in AKL who has a 650NK or TR that I can meet with, do a quick on the spot swap to confirm that the ECU is the problem. Other forum research suggests this is the case.
    All help greatly appreciated.
    yeah good way to nuke someone elses ECU with your fault, then two buggered ECU's

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    Doesnt the dealer have the required diagnostic gear?
    it's not a bad thing till you throw a KLR into the mix.
    those cheap ass bitches can do anything with ductape.
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    My limited understanding in this area is despite changing the oxy sensor, you will still need to reset the fault code in the ECU that is making the light come up.

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    There will be a small surface mount led under the facia behind that area. Disassembly is delicate but with care should be possible. A good clout with a screwdriver should put it out.
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