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Old 05-05-2006, 04:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default HELP!!!! error code 1 and 12 on my r6

my bike 04 R6 was dropped the stator cover broke and the stator wire tore off, motor oil leak off from the broken stator cover, I turn the key to on It shows a err_1 since then.

I have to replace the stator rotor, stator assy and the cover, after I replace them I notice I have error 12, by moving the stator rotor i guess, I open up the other side to check the mark and adjust it to where they mark it still has the error 12 code.

do I have to fix the err_1 first and start the bike to reset the error 12 or are they more things to adjust? how do I fix the err_1 the service manual is not detailed I am stucked please help I miss riding my bike evryday........

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The 03 manual doesn't list a fault code # 1.

What I am wondering is if the '1' refers to one stored code and the code is # 12 which is a crankshaft position sensor code.

Refer to page 7 - 13 of the 03 service manual (assuming the codes are the same as your 04)
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error 1 is on service manual it says no signal from ecu, some ppl here say fix there error 1 due to loose or ripped wires, my wiring harness is fine, will check ecu next week, does teh 03 and 04 ecu interchangable?
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