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Ď16 Dyna Engine Temp Sensor fault

Old 01-11-2019, 01:47 AM
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Default Ď16 Dyna Engine Temp Sensor fault

Hello everyone. Iím new to the forum stuff and pretty new to the Harley world as well so Iím sorry if this has already been discussed but I havenít seen anything posted about whatís happening to me. I have a 2016 Low Rider and she has about 13,500 on her now. I got her a little less than a year ago at 8,000.

I replaced the stock pipes with the Danmoto Highway 2-1, everything went fairly smooth. I hooked up the V&H Fuelpak to tune. The first 2 rides were pretty smooth. But after that everytime I ride I get the check engine light and itís the Engine Temp Sensor High/Open. I keep the Fuelpak hooked up and bluetoothed to my phone so I can see my gauges and Iíve watched the engine temp when the fault comes. When the light comes on, the gauge says 3 degreesF, the bike will start revving to about 1500 or so and then after a moment itíll just go away like nothing happened. Itíll happen a few times through out a 20 min ride. I thought it might be a loose connection at the sensor so with the bike running I wiggled the sensor and it didnít do anything so I kinda ruled that out. Do you guys think it could be a bad sensor so soon and just coincidence that it went after I changed my pipes? Or is it something I did wrong? Any advice is greatly appreciated! I tried to upload a picture but not sure if it will work lol

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