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Gas tank removal

01 929 Bike started throwing code 35, so ive gotta strip her down to get to the servo motor. My question is how do you disconnect the gas tank without leaking fuel?
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Re: Gas tank removal

I siphon the tank into a jerry can first.
Then with the tank vertical you can disconnect the main line.
You really don't have to remove the tank to get to the servo motor though.
Just prop the rear of the tank up a few inches.

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cool thanks, got to the servo and have 2 decimated gears : /
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01 929 Bike started throwing code 35, so ive gotta strip her down to get to the servo motor. My question is how do you disconnect the gas tank without leaking fuel?
Besides the code, what else was it doing? just curious...
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Re: Gas tank removal

The code 35 indicates servo motor failure, and thats what is wrong with it. Got 2 gears inside the servo housing that are destroyed. You can hear the ECU trying to move the valves with the motor and not being successful.
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