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Does the Power Commander hold it's loaded map when the battery is disconnected?

I had the battery on a trickle charger out of the bike and when I took the bike down to the dealer for the fuel flange replacement. They noticed all kinds of codes. They couldn't do anything for me since I was running a non-stock part.

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Did They Tell You What The Codes Were? The Pc. Will
Hold Its Maps.i Assume In There Opinion It Was The
Pc Causing The Codes.didthe Codes Have To Do With
The Recall?
 

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They should have been able to reset the codes regardless of the PCIII being connected. Oh, and it will hold it's program without the battery, just like the ECM.

They slammed you, probably because you didn't buy the PCIII from them :chair:
 

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It should hold the map. You only need power to upload a new map. My battery died after siting for a week and everything worked ok after a jump. As far as a non stock part my dealer knows of my pcIII, V-mods, topless and says its no problem. The last time I had them check my codes I just had a low voltage code that caused the engine light to turn on after starting the bike. When I checked my codes myself it did not show up(I think someone said it was a phantom code?)



All kinds of codes??????? I doubt it but find out what the codes are.
 

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Here are the codes that I extracted:

P = no rSP

S = 01255

C = 61005
61006
61007

I did look at link to see codes but what is "no rSP"?
 
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