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    fault codes on 04 factory

    hi does anyone know what p14 fault code is , cheers billy

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    these are the only codes i can find mate but no 14

    somebody will know mate .



    Codes post 04


    Error Type Error type Aprilia Code
    NO error - -
    Cam Sensor No signal 11
    Crank Sensor No signal/Faulty signal 12
    Map Sensor Signal < V,Signal > V, faulty signal 13
    Tps Sensor fault, Sensor volt < V, Sensor volt > V 15
    Eng Temp Sensor fault, Sensor volt < V, Sensor volt > V 21
    Air temperature Sensor fault, Sensor volt< V, Sensor volt > V 22
    Barometric pressure Sensor voltage < V, Sensor voltage > V 23
    Ignition #1 Ignition signal 1 not present 33
    Ignition #2 Ignition signal 2 not present 35
    Tip Over Switch Sensor fault / disconnected 41
    Injector #1 Injector 1 short circuit / open 42
    Injector #2 Injector 2 short circuit / open 43
    Stepper motor Output fault 44
    Fuel Pump Pump short circuit / open 45
    Lambda Sensor voltage </> V or faulty sensor 46
    Oil pressure Sensor fault 47
    Engine fan relay Fan relay short circuit 48
    Tank purge valve Valve short circuit / open 49

    Sarter short circuit with battery +V 50
    Battery voltage Battery voltage < V 51

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    just found this
    http://www.rsvzone.com/forums/showthread.php?t=6025

    the mighty spoonz strikes again lol
    Last edited by kawasakiinit; March 5th, 2009 at 08:53 AM.

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    This is a ghost code mate. Anything not recognised by the ECU in the standard list of codes (which are all linked with the EFI system) will give something starting with P. Generally caused by a dodgy connection somewhere. First things first:

    1) Check connectors under the seat (there's a white one under the rear cowl that may be corroded)
    2) Remove right hand fairing (if you were sitting on the bike). Near the front you will see your regulator/rectifier with three yellow wires going into abrown plug. Check this.
    3) Remove carbon cover from left hand side and you will see a bundle of wires and connectors. Check these for corrosion.

    ... or do you have any of these symptoms?

    1) immobiliser light flashing every second
    2) Bike starting intermittently
    3) Engine continue to run when key removed?
    Last edited by pjefferi; March 5th, 2009 at 10:09 AM.

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    hiya , yes av had all 3 faults on and off,
    will check connections tonight and get back with results cheers for ya help.

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    hi, i cleaned all connections and she starts but revs about 3-4000 revs and wont turn off by key, fault codes p14 and p99 show on dash. fault seems on every time i start it up now. any ideas lads cheers billy

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    Quote Originally Posted by buffalo View Post
    hiya , yes av had all 3 faults on and off,
    will check connections tonight and get back with results cheers for ya help.
    when i was looking for faults i lifted my tank and unplugged one at a time all the connectors and sprayed them heavily with contact cleaner which i got from maplins . if i were you bud i would take both sides off and lift the tank and seats and do any connector you come across wont take long . somebody on here may know of a reason not to do wat i have described for technical reasons but i dont know of any

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    It's your immobiliser ECU mate. You need to order a new one. This is exactly what happened to mine.

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    cheers bud, i will try and get one, the immobiliser must have bypassed itself because i can start it without the key and by shortin across the solinoid, but the revs stay too high, is it poss to remove the immobiliser altogether?

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    It seems to be a comon fault with 04's, that and the dash resetting to 0 miles! There proably is a way to bypass it, but it won't be posted anywhere for security purposes. It might be worth speaking to your local dealer. They can do a full diagnostic too to make sure 100% that it is the ECU, but all the symptoms match mine. Good luck and keep us posted.

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    cheers pjefferi, av been workin on it this morn and have got it sorted, ya right it was the immobiliser ecu, i stripped it apart and there was corrosion on printed circuit and between some of the wires, moisture must have sneaked in, the black sealant seemed pourus near the wires, a cleaned the circuit board and re sealed it with rtv silicon sealant, and touch wood it fixed it straight away, a will take it for a run tomorrow when the sealer has set and hopffully a will save 3 weeks wait and 200 quid.A took pics but cant seem to upload them, maybe cause am on a mac?, cheers bud.

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    tomorrow i will fit it back into its case and secure it , then give her a good thrashing to the lakes and back, fingers crossed.
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    Nice one - I never thought of opening it up, was it easy to do? Well done if that's got it sorted mate - several others could benefit from that money saving tip

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    it was bit difficult to cut open the box with a stanley blade so not to damage it, once open i heated it up with hair dryer to soften the black sealer, but where the corrosion was it came away quite easy, i had to jiggle the wires for it to turn over this morning, so it looks like i will give it another clean and add a bit if solder to the damaged areas, if its not 100% fixed i will buy a new one for piece of mind.

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    Hi Billy was wondering how she's running. If she's good, it might be worth posting up a how to post. So many people have this same problem.

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    hi, i soldered connections and re sealed into original blackbox, then refitted it. i have been using her everyday and have had no probs, am gona ride up to bike show at edinburgh on sunday, which should be a good test as it will most likely be raining, could do a how to but my IT skills aren't good, plus you have to take care removing it from box and removing black sealer so not to damage components on printed circuit. cheers billy

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    just trying to check error code on mine bike just now..

    press and hold the lap button > switch on ignition > hold the button for 15sc..

    the EFI word came out.. but no error code at all.. so what is that mean? is there anything wrong on the injector?

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