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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-29-2005, 08:06 PM Thread Starter
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Flashing Oil Light

Does someone know what it means when the oil light flahes 8 times?
Bike seems like its running okay..
Where do I find it in the service manual too?
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Look at it agian. Is it 7 long flashes and 1 short one? Or are they consistant? Either way it looks like the (Throttle Position) TP sensor. How does it run?

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Yepp...the TPS. Thanks NRR!
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Yepp...the TPS. Thanks NRR!
You're welcome. But you realize you can't replace the TPS. You have to buy a whole throttle body assembly if the TPS goes bad.


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nope..didn't even know that. But mine is alright tho. Still shows the readings in real-time with the pc3
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Maybe a loose wire or connector pin then?


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