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help with o2 sensor

i have a cbr929 2001 and the o2 sensor goes off how do i get rid of that thanks :]
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Re: help with o2 sensor

What do you mean that "it goes off"?
Is Fontana in Cali?
Only Cali bikes have the O2 sensor.

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Re: help with o2 sensor

yeah its in California and by go off i mean the fi light gives the code for o2 sensor and i cant get rid of it my o2 sensors it ther but its still gives off the code
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Re: help with o2 sensor

I would assume you need to replace the sensor then?
If you can swap it with a known good one and the error stops then you know yours is bad.
Otherwise, it might be a problem in the wiring to the sensor.

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Re: help with o2 sensor

oh ok thanks bladeracer
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Re: help with o2 sensor

The cable appears to be long enough that you might be able to park two bikes (probably doesn't even need to be a 929) alongside each other and simply connect the other O2 sensor to your harness. With both bikes running the error should stop if yours is bad.
If you still have the error then there's probably something wrong in the wiring.

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Re: help with o2 sensor

ok thanks just have to find someone with a 929 or a 954
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Re: help with o2 sensor

The connector is likely to be the same across a lot of Hondas so manybe VFR800, Blackbirds, CBR600's, etc might work too.
All you need is a signal that tells your ECU that the O2 sensor is in the exhaust gas.

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Re: help with o2 sensor

coo thanks
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Re: help with o2 sensor

Hey just plug the hole with a pipe plug and then order a O2 sensor bypass plug from power commander and then you do not have to worry about it anymore.
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Re: help with o2 sensor

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Hey just plug the hole with a pipe plug and then order a O2 sensor bypass plug from power commander and then you do not have to worry about it anymore.
I thought bikes get inspected there to ensure the greenies are kept happy?

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Re: help with o2 sensor

Not yet but I'm sure it will happen some day.
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