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TPS Replacement

Steve Scrogum

Just got it firing!
Joined
Mar 11, 2016
Messages
21
Location
Decatur, TX.
Hello all,
Last year I had a shop warrenty a bad TPS at around 29k miles on my '16 V7ii.
Now its out of warranty and I can see the symptoms of a another bad TPS. Ive only put 3k miles in the year so I think there's an ancillary issue.
My question is can I do this at home and can someone direct me to a tutorial? I did a search but didn't find anything for a V7ii.
Thanks,
Steve.
 

GTM®

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Staff member
GT di Razza Pura
Joined
Jul 1, 2009
Messages
12,458
Location
Malibu
Hi Steve, I think it was a cam sensor, and not a TPS, as that is onboard the ECU and would have meant complete throttle body replacement at big $.
 

DK-V7classic

Tuned and Synch'ed
GT Contributor
Joined
Nov 11, 2016
Messages
26
Location
Denmark
Hey man!
If the tps is the same as the one on my v7 classic. Do NOT buy it from a dealership!

The price is Like 300 dollars. What they don't tell you, is that it's the same tps on a Fiat. Which is 40 dollars.
 

Steve Scrogum

Just got it firing!
Joined
Mar 11, 2016
Messages
21
Location
Decatur, TX.
Thanks. Im going in next week to see if it has error codes stored.
I think they they replaced the entire throttle body. The error codes were p0336 /501 and 502.
Similar to a stuck cable the trottle remains at high rpms and the bike has to be shut off to get it to reset. Its unnerving coming off a freeway to a stop.
 

DK-V7classic

Tuned and Synch'ed
GT Contributor
Joined
Nov 11, 2016
Messages
26
Location
Denmark
No TPS modules are the same.
So I had one that warried from 0,1% throttle to 100% in a millimeter. So had to force it while tightening it. That might the problem , it may be to close to 0% so after vibration and metal getting hot, it tipped the scale to 100%.

I bought 4 units instead of one so that is how I know

Ended up using the best one.
 
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