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  • TLR FI error with PowerCommander USB3

    Hi all.

    Has anyone else had this problem after fitting their power commander

    Any advice would be appreciated.

    Ta

    Warren

  • #2
    Re: TLR FI error with PowerCommander USB3

    What's the error code?

    TPS?
    "I spent most of my money on Scotch, women and cigarettes. The rest I just wasted"

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    • #3
      Re: TLR FI error with PowerCommander USB3

      We would like to help you out Warren, but we need more information. Tell us the details.

      If you see the "FI" flashing in the display, read the fault code(s) before turning off the ignition. Do you know how to access the "dealer mode?"
      January 2012 - BBOTM & TLOTM

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      • #4
        Re: TLR FI error with PowerCommander USB3

        Hi Again

        Sorry for the delay...I'm in Australia and it was very late at night.

        The bike originally started with the fault (But ran a bit rough)

        The next morning it wouldn't start at all (Ended up flattening the battery)

        Accessed the dealer fault code and it came up with c00...which i believe is no fault.

        I unplugged the PC and set it back to original, now I am just waiting for the battery to charge up again, to see if the bike will start or not.

        Regards

        Warren

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        • #5
          Re: TLR FI error with PowerCommander USB3

          If it does come up with FI in the dash again, you need to get it into dealer mode without shutting the ECU down / turning the ignition off as 65 said as the codes aren't stored..

          What you can do is leave it in dealer mode for a while.
          "I spent most of my money on Scotch, women and cigarettes. The rest I just wasted"

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          • #6
            Re: TLR FI error with PowerCommander USB3

            Hi

            OK reinstalled PC, got the FI fault again...code C33.

            Warren

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            • #7
              Re: TLR FI error with PowerCommander USB3

              The manual says the "C33" code indicates a loss of the injector signal to the rear primary injector. You could start off by verifying your wire connections. Depending upon how the wires are routed, sometimes those connections get stressed, and an intermittent or open connection can occur at the crimped contact - where the wire meets the terminal.
              Page 4-47 will step you through basics.
              Let us know what you find.





              January 2012 - BBOTM & TLOTM

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              • #8
                Re: TLR FI error with PowerCommander USB3

                Six5

                I removed the power commander and set the bike back to standard and got no fault...When I reinstalled it the fault came back...the bikes wiring is good...do you think I've got a faulty power commander Or does a setting need to be changed I running the zero map at start up, so it should be as per the bikes OEM ECU settings.

                Regards

                Warren

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                • #9
                  Re: TLR FI error with PowerCommander USB3

                  Mine does exactly the same thing.
                  Usually when I'm giving it the welly.
                  Same story,disconnect the PC and it doesn't throw the code,reinstall and back it comes.
                  Never been able to see any faults in the bike loom or the PC loom,so I figure it's a glitch in the PC itself.
                  I've also never felt any problem when the fault code sets.
                  I've learned to live with it.
                  Full Yosh
                  PC III
                  Penske shock
                  Braided lines
                  SteveTLS TRE
                  Rifleman 1/5
                  Pazzo levers
                  Vandriver tailrisers
                  Modified Buell footpegs
                  Custom Projector headlights
                  GSXR forks
                  TheRingin raised clipons
                  TheRingIn 30mm triple clamp offset
                  R1 SWINGARM,Wheels ,Brakes, TheRingIn swingarm pivots
                  Ohlins steering damper
                  999Duc radial clutch master cylinder
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                  TLOTM Sept 2011
                  BBOTM Nov 2011

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                  • #10
                    Re: TLR FI error with PowerCommander USB3

                    Does your PC make the bike run rough upon first start up with a zero map

                    Mine did, so i didn't want to take it on a test ride with the fault.

                    Still no word from Dynajet or the seller about my problem...hopefully they'll know what it is and be able to fix the problem or replace the PC.

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                    • #11
                      Re: TLR FI error with PowerCommander USB3

                      No,it always makes the bike run better
                      Full Yosh
                      PC III
                      Penske shock
                      Braided lines
                      SteveTLS TRE
                      Rifleman 1/5
                      Pazzo levers
                      Vandriver tailrisers
                      Modified Buell footpegs
                      Custom Projector headlights
                      GSXR forks
                      TheRingin raised clipons
                      TheRingIn 30mm triple clamp offset
                      R1 SWINGARM,Wheels ,Brakes, TheRingIn swingarm pivots
                      Ohlins steering damper
                      999Duc radial clutch master cylinder
                      GSXR mirrors



                      TLOTM Sept 2011
                      BBOTM Nov 2011

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                      • #12
                        Re: TLR FI error with PowerCommander USB3

                        I wish...

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