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post #21 of 28 (permalink) Old 08-18-2018, 10:13 PM Thread Starter
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So it was just the 7.5A ETV fuse. Was showing code 060 with the ignition on. Came across someone in an R1 forums who'd made the same dumb error, with the same solution. Had resigned myself to the fact that i'd fried the ECU, super happy it wasn't!
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So it was just the 7.5A ETV fuse. Was showing code 060 with the ignition on. Came across someone in an R1 forums who'd made the same dumb error, with the same solution. Had resigned myself to the fact that i'd fried the ECU, super happy it wasn't!
Good to hear buddy, that could have been much worse, you had us on edge. Kindía like when border patrol is going through you vehicle and hoping they donít find the booze you forgot to declare!
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That fuse is labeled "Electric Throttle Valve Fuse" in the double page, colored wiring diagram in the 2013 USA FSM. It is not shown in any of the individual, sub-section wiring diagrams. My apologies for missing it.

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Any pics of what you replaced, as in location, for us cavemen?

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You, Sir, are missing a spare...

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For anyone in Australia looking for a replacement 50A fuse it's a Narva 53050BL "Fusible Link Plug Female 50 Amp". Supercheap stock a home brand one in 40 and 60 amp but no 50.
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Given the availability of 40 and 60 amp fuses, but not 50 amp, I would have no trouble going with the 60 amp fuse.

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