ECU getting into the factory ecu to change air fuel ratio??? CO mode. - Page 15 - Yamaha Star Stryker Motorcycle Forum
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Old 08-04-2016, 02:09 PM   #141 (permalink)
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Oh! not that kind of jack. In audio, the female connectors are called jacks (male are plugs). I was thinking in putting a jack (female) connector in a wire, to connect the sensor's plug, and a round terminal, for the battery ground...
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Old 08-04-2016, 04:38 PM   #142 (permalink)
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Ah, I know audio but didn't think that's what you meant. I think the easier way is to T connect the wire. The sensor plug needs to stay on the lean angle sensor. I just T'd off from the dead-ended wire on the sensor and ran it to ground.
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So, t-tap will be. I'll try to find the time this weekend to give it a shoot. Thanks again.
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Hi.Really appreciate 27193
08-22-2015, 01:32 PM post. I have an Au bike with th CO unlocked. Running [email protected] & [email protected] Much better than the [email protected]@45 which was popping at heavy decel. I checked my Diagnostics settings. Any way to fiddle with those? Cheers


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08-22-2015, 01:32 PM post. I have an Au bike with th CO unlocked. Running [email protected] & [email protected] Much better than the [email protected]@45 which was popping at heavy decel. I checked my Diagnostics settings. Any way to fiddle with those? Cheers


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Not sure what you mean... If it's that you can't find the settings follow the start of the post. You need to jump out a wire to access the c0 mode from the diagnostics menu.
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[QUOTE=gerdawg;1102330]Not sure what you mean... If it's that you can't find the settings follow the start of the post. You need to jump out a wire to access the c0 mode from the diagnostics menu.[/QUOTE



The Strykers here in Australia don't need to ground any wire to enter the CO mode, just the select/ reset button sequences as explained earlier.


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Just wanted to know how to tweak the other settings in the Diagnostic mode


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Diagnostics mode isn't for tweaking. It's just to give diagnostic information about the bike.
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Diagnostics mode isn't for tweaking. It's just to give diagnostic information about the bike.


TY gerdawg ! Happy to get more info on the C0 settings if any. Cheers


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This is the same on the FJR but explains what it does a little better.

http://www.fjr1300.info/howto/co_adjustment.html
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