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Offline goldie1381

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OBD2 /ECU code reader recommendation.
« on: Dec 04, 2021, 01:01 PM »
Hey folks, can anyone reccomend a good ECU code reader/ OBD2 device.
I done a home service recently on the bike, which included a fuel tank removal to get to the air filter. I now have an E13 error (air intake temprature sensor) which i'm assuming I triggered by simply forgetting to reconnect a connector plug on reassembly.
I bought a cheap bluetooth device to hook up to a paid app, and it doesn't talk to the ECU.
Id rather pay out for screen and buttons all in the handset type.
Any help kindly appreciated.

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Re: OBD2 /ECU code reader recommendation.
« Reply #1 on: Dec 04, 2021, 01:06 PM »
*Originally Posted by goldie1381 [+]
Hey folks, can anyone reccomend a good ECU code reader/ OBD2 device.
I done a home service recently on the bike, which included a fuel tank removal to get to the air filter. I now have an E13 error (air intake temprature sensor) which i'm assuming I triggered by simply forgetting to reconnect a connector plug on reassembly.
I bought a cheap bluetooth device to hook up to a paid app, and it doesn't talk to the ECU.
Id rather pay out for screen and buttons all in the handset type.
Any help kindly appreciated.
If the fault has been cured the code will be cleared after 3 x 25 min rides :031:
Richard    :001: 

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Offline goldie1381

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Re: OBD2 /ECU code reader recommendation.
« Reply #2 on: Dec 04, 2021, 01:18 PM »
Ive seen a lot of similar remedy vids on youtube that suggest going for 3 journeys and hey presto... The light goes out.
Any idea why this is the case.?
Ill probably be going on the second of these fix trips tomorrow for a charity toy run.
Would be great if it does clear, id still like a reader for future tinkering.