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hey guys,
my bike had a check engine light that came on during startup and i check the codes on it and basically all 3 codes were related to the battery. this has happened before due to my heated gear and i cleared them and they were historic codes. but i got a few "rolling code" after i cleared the codes under P S C. these codes would roll across the screen after i cleared the codes in P S C and here they are.

please help identify these codes and lmk how to clear them. thanks!!!

PN 1599 002-
PN 67453-07
PN 68925-07
 

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Those are NOT codes they are the part numbers for the control modules
 

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No its just a part number identifier all vrsc do that. you need a manual
 

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No its just a part number identifier all vrsc do that. you need a manual
that's really weird. i've had to clear the battery codes before and it's never done that before. any idea why it's doing it now?
 

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Mine has always done that.
I repeat, if your going to start playing around you need a manual.
The forum will give you enough information to get yourself in trouble without it.
 

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Mine has always done that.
I repeat, if your going to start playing around you need a manual.
The forum will give you enough information to get yourself in trouble without it.
don't have the manual w/ me. i'm just asking why it's spitting out these part numbers when it's never done it before.
 

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:banghead::banghead::banghead:
 

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Remember, Do not start the bike immediately after turning on the key. Allow the 'check engine' light to go out before you start the bike. This will take only a few seconds. It allows the ECM to 'reset' and the fuel pump to come up to pressure.
 

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No Response, the RUN Switch needs to be on with the KEY ON to get the Instrument Cluster and ECM talking to each other.
 

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that's really weird. i've had to clear the battery codes before and it's never done that before. any idea why it's doing it now?
You just never noticed it before.
 
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