2010 Versys Code 62 (Subthrottle valve actuator)
2010 Versys with 42k miles
Hoped on the bike in the early morning and immediately it tries to die on me with ~0.5-0.9k RPM. It was fine for the rest of the day. The next morning it started with 1.2k RPM which would be okay if it wasnt sitting idle for 12 hours in ~1-3C temperatures.
The only problem im experiencing is cold start not working correctly. I can still hear buzzing sound, I don't feel like I lost any HP although im not sure about speeds above road limits.
The issue started next day after riding in pretty high wind, rain and some surprise snow.
Few weeks before that, again riding in pretty heavy rain, I had throttle stuck for few seconds, squeezing clutch did nothing and bike just continued at constant RPM before I turned the engine off and back on and all was back to normal. I don't know if it directly related or not
Self-diagnosis says its code 62
So I guess Im asking what I can do without removing a tank and trying to fix it myself without dishing out a couple of hundreds just for a check at dealership? The service manual says I need to get underneath and starting testing all kinds of voltages, I dont really have a place to do that kind work so thats not an option
I've read the other posts but I failed to build a picture of what needs to be done, besides the fact, it might be unserviceable, and it may cost £1000 to replace the thing which is probably more than half of what the bike worth ha