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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-25-2014, 11:03 AM Thread Starter
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I have an 08 cbr 600rr with 24700 miles on. I just put a brand new stater and rectifier in. Also a new battery. It seemed the bike held a charge for a week. THis was happening before i put the stater and rectifier. The battery was completely dead. I also have code 35 on the indicator light. Just wondering how to fix this and how much will it cost me to fix it.
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Dude, I've been trying to do some research on your problem and everywhere I look calls out the servo motor. So I would look into that.

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check to make sure the exh valve is not stuck in 1 position.

the exh valve opens and shuts when the bike is starting, and sometimes it takes a couple of off/on cycles to find both ends of the limit switch.

check also that cables are running free, and that nothing is interfering with motor up on the tray by battery.

Also check connects to motor for tightness.
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