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Old Jan 18th 2015, 07:42 PM   #1
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Did a burnout today and all type of lights popped on... To make it worst my DTC, EBC and ABS are all offline. And WTF is up with this "speed sensor" warning, I've gotten my bike up to 180mph without seeing that. FML
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Old Jan 18th 2015, 07:52 PM   #2
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Check the speed sensor...

I would think all of things are dependent on the rear wheel speed sensor.
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Old Jan 18th 2015, 07:57 PM   #3
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Check the speed sensor...

I would think all of things are dependent on the rear wheel speed sensor.
Where is that at?
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Old Jan 18th 2015, 08:15 PM   #4
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Rear wheel, there is a ring which has many slots in it; the speed sensor reads impulses from that wheel. You might not be able to get to the bolt which holds it on w/o moving the eccentric hub. There are a number of shims that hold it a set distance from the slotted wheel, technically called the "REAR PHONIC WHEEL". My bike had three of them, just make it a point not to loose them.

I'd clean it off, check it for defects, same with the phonic wheel. Check connector and wiring.

Its part 14 in the 1199 parts manual on page 128/148.

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Rear wheel, there is a ring which has many slots in it; the speed sensor reads impulses from that wheel. You might not be able to get to the bolt which holds it on w/o moving the eccentric hub. There are a number of shims that hold it a set distance from the slotted wheel, technically called the "REAR PHONIC WHEEL". My bike had three of them, just make it a point not to loose them.

I'd clean it off, check it for defects, same with the phonic wheel. Check connector and wiring.

Its part 14 in the 1199 parts manual on page 128/148.
LoL!!!!!!!!!! Bikes going to the shop. I'm over here reading your reply like

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HAHA! Best of luck, hopefully its something simple.
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"Known Issue"... when doing burnout on a Panigale.

Like it's been said... Speed sensor covered in rubber!
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methinks warranty issues will be in your future after this post.

Hope you get it sorted!
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Originally Posted by CrazyDuc View Post
Did a burnout today and all type of lights popped on... To make it worst my DTC, EBC and ABS are all offline. And WTF is up with this "speed sensor" warning, I've gotten my bike up to 180mph without seeing that. FML
It isn't a problem, the ecu just gets confused because the front wheel isn't moving and the rear is.

Just turn the bike off for afew mintues then back on again and the error goes away

This issue also happens on the dyno

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You can also unhook the battery for anything over 5 minutes (battery backup). This will clear all fault codes and adaptive memory from the computer. If the fault codes come back after doing this and riding around the block, that then you have something wrong.
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