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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-02-2016, 06:47 AM Thread Starter
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Hi all, my name is Claus, I live in Hamburg, Germany. I found this very nice forum when I was desperately searching a solution for a secondary throttle sensor problem I had with a customerīs bike.(2010 ER6-N ABS ). My rides are a BMW R100GS and a self built Suzuki GSX1100G-sidecar combination. And I run a small motorcycle repair busines, thatīs the reason I came in contact with that ER6-N
I did not find the solution here but a lot of answers I could use as little steps to solve my problem. So thanks to the forum I could get the bike running again.
The reason I registered is that I would like to tell what I have done. I will do that in the thread where I found answers once I have been accepted as a full forum member.

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So I have to wait for the rest of the sub-throttle story?
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well, invader, thatīs what the "new member faq"sais ...
I can post in the forum once I have two posts in the member introduction and have waited 48 hours.
To make long things short: I found that itīs no problem to take the sensor off the throttle housing and put it back on. No need to buy a new throttle housing. I opened the throttle motor housing as well and put it back together. Just open the secondary throttle fully manually, insert the sensor with the cables to the top, twist it to itīs factory colour mark, shut the throttle and fix the sensorīs screw. Measurement of the sensor should read 4,7 k Ohms. Bike runs great. FI light is off.
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Thaks at all for the welcomes and likes!
Once I find the time I will tell some more of myself and write some more words about the throttle sensor problem.
Right now I am struggling to keep my busines open, because my employee has got pancreas cancer and is in hospital since 6 weeks. Looks like he will survive (knock on wood!), but I have taken alot of customersībikes in to get work for two persons and am alone with it now. So please donīt be upset if my posts come with a delay. Iīm just too busy...
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