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Old Dec 1st 2018, 11:10 PM   #1
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7000 RPM Sputter

It didnít matter what gear I was in, but as soon as I hit 7000 RPM, the bike would start to sputter. There was no error message on the dash and no EOBD indication. However, on two separate occasions while testing, MelcoDiag captured a P0001 error code (Fuel Volume Regulator Control Circuit Open). Although possible, I didnít believe it was a fuel pump issue as it was replaced not long ago. Nevertheless, I checked the wiring to the pump and then moved on, checking the ignition coils, the plugs and plug wiring, upper injectors, etc. I found nothing, buttoned everything back up and started the bike. I left the shop for a moment and when I came back in, gas was dripping from the airbox drip tube and pooling on the floor. If it had to happen, better in the shop than on the road where it could spray back onto a hot exhaust. The causeÖ the ďOĒ ring on the quick release coupler failed. Itís an item worth checking (and replacing, if necessary) whenever you remove the tank.
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Old Jun 26th 2019, 07:38 AM   #2
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Hello Khmer1199,

My bike is throwing the same code P0001 Fuel Volume Regulator Open Circuit. The bike idles rough, but when riding it runs fine and not leaking fuel. Do you happen to know what the issue is? Any help would be much appreciated.

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Old Jun 26th 2019, 10:52 PM   #3
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you're reacting to an old post, no idea if Khmer is still here..
but I would do the same as him, if I were you: check fuel pump, wiring to the pump, check ignition coils, ... just as he described it.
Checking the CPC coupling is always interesting as well
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