High-G FJR Junkie!
Join Date: Mar 2015
Location: Rolling Prairie, Ind
Mine required replacing the front switch’s & relays to fix it, Yamaha also Replaced the rear switch and relay because they felt it was marginal even though the front switch/relay was the problem. I did all the suggestions from the guy’s here (thanks guy’s !) including cleaning the wheel sensors where my rear was terribly corroded and this did help a smidge but didn’t fix it, also did the complete brake bleed and exercise the abs module, but ultimately replacing the switch’s is the only thing that fixed it completely.
In retrospect I probably should’ve cleaned the switch’s but the bike was still under the YES warranty so at that point I let Yamaha pick up the tab. Been perfect since. It definitely affects the cruise control Operation. Also check your rear brake pedal (mine worked but was dry) and the front lever for smooth operation and complete release. Hope this helps !
Red 2014A, the fastest color !
Ride more,, worry less !
Last edited by passx; 08-22-2020 at 10:00 AM.