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error code 34 / 35 how to stop with pc3r

Hi to all and thanks for any constructive reply in advance , I must admit I was a lurker untill I seen the light lol ,

I have trolled endlessly for the answer to this question to no avail !!!!

I have recently purchased a 929 rry , which came standard apart from the air box flapper removal and wired open ex valve , it has a pc3r fitted and connected which i remapped today back to bog standard map from Dynojet uk , reason being PO map had serious mis fire issues around 5 - 6 k at several throttle positions although after 6k it pulled like a train and b4 5k it was much better than standard .

it would seem the gears are stripped in my servo unit for ex and air flap , the wheel moves freely in either direction by hand , exhaust is standard including original silencer/muffler , air filter is original spec and fitted with iridium plugs after a valve check bike has 12000 miles on clock .


my problem that i seek the answer to , Is that after 3k rpm the MIL lights


with these slight mods is there any way to stop the servo throwing 34 or 35 error codes ?????????????????????????????????????????????????? ??????

any help GREATLY appreciated
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Hi to all and thanks for any constructive reply in advance , I must admit I was a lurker untill I seen the light lol ,

I have trolled endlessly for the answer to this question to no avail !!!!

I have recently purchased a 929 rry , which came standard apart from the air box flapper removal and wired open ex valve , it has a pc3r fitted and connected which i remapped today back to bog standard map from Dynojet uk , reason being PO map had serious mis fire issues around 5 - 6 k at several throttle positions although after 6k it pulled like a train and b4 5k it was much better than standard .

it would seem the gears are stripped in my servo unit for ex and air flap , the wheel moves freely in either direction by hand , exhaust is standard including original silencer/muffler , air filter is original spec and fitted with iridium plugs after a valve check bike has 12000 miles on clock .


my problem that i seek the answer to , Is that after 3k rpm the MIL lights


with these slight mods is there any way to stop the servo throwing 34 or 35 error codes ?????????????????????????????????????????????????? ??????

any help GREATLY appreciated
The MIL has no effect at all on the running of the bike so you can ignore it.
The only way to remove it is to replace the servo motor or set a non-functioning servo motor to a specific position.

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Re: error code 34 / 35 how to stop with pc3r

If you still need a fix for mill light pm me and I'll send you my fix. $5 at radio shack and minimal soldering skills the 35 will be gone. You can remove the servo and any other codes will still show.
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If you still need a fix for mill light pm me and I'll send you my fix. $5 at radio shack and minimal soldering skills the 35 will be gone. You can remove the servo and any other codes will still show.

Awesome! It's taken forever to come up with a fix for this.
Why not post the details here?

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Re: error code 34 / 35 how to stop with pc3r

I have to give credit where credit is due I got this off this forum from toofass4udoo
I did it and it worked in mho it should be a sticky. I also have no prob posting it here as it will help lots of people with this known issue and I got it from somebody else as well. I just couldn't post it last night because I had to get home and pull it up from my laptop book marks. But here it is and I hope many will have success with this as I did.

Re: EVAP Valve & EGCV Servo Motor Removal
Here are the parts I bought from the local radio shack:
- 470uF 35v capacitor
- 220 ohm resistor (any wattage)
- 4.7k ohm resistor (any wattage)

Here are the steps (took me no longer than a half hour):
- Disconnect and Remove servo motor (you will need to remove, or at least raise, the gas tank to access servo motor)
- cut off servo motor connector ( leave at least a couple inches of wire on connector)
- connect green / orange wire from servo motor connector to negative terminal of capacitor
- connect one end of 220 ohm and 4.7k ohm to pos terminal of capacitor
- connect other end of 220 ohm resistor to red wire from servo motor connector
- connect other end of 4.7k ohm resistor to turquoise / pink wire from servo motor connector
- isolate and insulate all wire connections from each other
- install modified servo motor connector to mating connector
- re install tank
Voila!!
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I have to give credit where credit is due I got this off this forum from toofass4udoo
I did it and it worked in mho it should be a sticky. I also have no prob posting it here as it will help lots of people with this known issue and I got it from somebody else as well. I just couldn't post it last night because I had to get home and pull it up from my laptop book marks. But here it is and I hope many will have success with this as I did.

Re: EVAP Valve & EGCV Servo Motor Removal
Here are the parts I bought from the local radio shack:
- 470uF 35v capacitor
- 220 ohm resistor (any wattage)
- 4.7k ohm resistor (any wattage)

Here are the steps (took me no longer than a half hour):
- Disconnect and Remove servo motor (you will need to remove, or at least raise, the gas tank to access servo motor)
- cut off servo motor connector ( leave at least a couple inches of wire on connector)
- connect green / orange wire from servo motor connector to negative terminal of capacitor
- connect one end of 220 ohm and 4.7k ohm to pos terminal of capacitor
- connect other end of 220 ohm resistor to red wire from servo motor connector
- connect other end of 4.7k ohm resistor to turquoise / pink wire from servo motor connector
- isolate and insulate all wire connections from each other
- install modified servo motor connector to mating connector
- re install tank
Voila!!

Outstanding!

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Re: error code 34 / 35 how to stop with pc3r

Let me know if this is the master fix. I did it about 500 miles ago and it good so far. The guy I got it from hasn't posted any updates. But I would like to know if this is an end all fix. Don't forget to remove or pin down your air box flap. Because removing the servo will make the flap stay closed. But if your gear is stripped its stuck closed anyways.
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