Fuel injector light

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Fuel injector light

Postby adamski » 27 Jul 2013 17:24

Hi, the fuel injector light on my scrambler is permanently on. I have gone through the diagnostic test on the dash and it says....ATMOSf.PRESS SC GND. Does anyone know what this means. Apart from the annoying yellow light the bike runs great. Any info/help much appreciated thanks Adam.
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Re: Fuel injector light

Postby Ralph » 28 Jul 2013 17:54

I would think that the atmospheric pressure sensor was reporting a out of specification reading to the ECU,
or there was a wiring problem to that sensor, If you have the resistance values you can test it with a multimeter,
but have a good look at it's wiring, and if they are cheap it would be worth replacing it, maybe a call to NLM
would get you the info on how much they are and how to test them. It runs ok due to the ECU because it is
getting a out of spec reading is substituting a known safe setting.
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Re: Fuel injector light

Postby butchamphib » 06 Aug 2013 09:39

Before you do anything pull every plug dry them and put them back together with elecrical grease I had to do mine after the first ride in rain, the granpasso was fine it came with everything greased.
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Re: Fuel injector light

Postby adamski » 11 Mar 2014 22:07

Hi, it's been a while since I posted this issue, and thanks for the replies.
I had the problem fixed at NLM and the problem was a faulty atmospheric sensor which lives behind the head light, looks like a memory stick attached on a bracket. Cost £75 and had to ordered from the factory, took two weeks to arrive.
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