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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-13-2020, 09:39 AM Thread Starter
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FJR Error code 14 among other things

Hello everyone,

New to this forum, but I've been reading a lot and there is tons of good info out there. So I just bought a 2005 FJR 1300ABS with 46,000 miles, it has a few issues but I've been working on bikes for a bit now so I'm fairly confident I can take of these issues myself.

Currently has error code 14 locked in, looking it up and it is the "intake pressure sensor pipeline failure". Basically something is being blocked from the "MAP". I'm going to try and just reset the codes and see it persists before i take off the tank and start doing some more in depth troubleshooting. Not sure if anyone has had this problem. I don't know if it had a battery change at some point and the code became locked in or not.

Secondly it has a little noise in the drivetrain when initally starting and you have to give it a little gas until it warms up, then it sounds completely normal. I'm thinking this is the CCT as its a first gen and most everyone on here says to replace this with the new and improved version yamaha has. Also have no idea that last time a valve clearance inpsection was done last, but i've been told on these bikes they almost never fail.

Thirdly, the gas tank seems rather warm to me when riding compared to other bikes i've ridden, is this normal for the fjr or could this be an indication of something else?

Any info you guys have is greatly appreciated, oh and if anyone knows where i can pick up a cheap top case that'd be great too. Cheers
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-13-2020, 10:44 PM
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Occasionally the MAP sensor hose and nipple get clogged up with a waxy substance, so two screws to remove the sensor, clean the hose and nipple on the sensor.

You can access the DiAG codes and clear them.... get yourself a service manual.

Not sure about your noise, but Gen1 CCT's can fail with catastrophic results. If it doesn't have a paint dot on it, go get the latest one like yesterday and change it out. You do not want to be buying a new engine if it fails. There is a procedure to do the job so you preserve valve timing.

Gen 1 had heat... search for recent threads discussing that very thing.

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