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V7 "Class 3" Error code list?

Discussion in 'V7/V85/V9 Reference Topics/Recalls' started by GT-Rx®, Feb 4, 2016.

  1. GT-Rx®

    GT-Rx® Administrator Staff Member GT di Razza Pura

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    Revised thread with original post by Mike Tyron below...
     
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    Ducu Just got it firing!

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    Any news on that?
     
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    Francisco Cabrera Just got it firing!

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    Hello. I'm geting the same code on my 2015 v7 racer.
    Did you manage to fix it ?
     
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    Moto_Max Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    put it on the charger and then see what it reads after its all charged up.
     
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    Not sure if this helps or not, but my wife's 2014 V7 had the Class 3 code displayed and after replacing the battery the code was no longer displayed. I know there is a code for a bad/dead battery, so it is a little confusing to see an unlisted code appear. The dealer had no explanation either. All is good now.
     
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    Fogo Von Slack Just got it firing!

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    I unfortunately let my battery go flat - leaving the bike unused in the garage. I recharged it Ok, but have had problems a couple of times now with error message "Class 2" being displayed (very quickly) on the instruments and the bike dying on me. I managed to fix it by fiddling with the battery terminals and retightening them and I suspect they just weren't tight enough when I put the battery back in. On the other hand, maybe it needs a new battery or maybe those accessories (SatNav, heated grips) are causing problems. I shall see how I go for now.
     
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    scudracer Tuned and Synch'ed

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    I am facing the exact same problem. Dead battery I guess?
     
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    Mike Tryon Just got it firing!

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    Yes, upon replacing the battery every thing was great. I have heard that there are voltage regulator problems with the V7s. I sold mine two years ago and purchased an Eldorado! Love it, I do miss my V7 from time to time.
     
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    Replace your rec/reg with a MOSFET type model. You'll get around 25w extra for farkles and it'll put a steady 14. 4 to 14.6 v from idle to forever.
     
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    We had a V7 in the shop with a "Class 3" error when the key was turned on, even with a fully charged good battery. Turns out the soldier on the main power in the key switch assy base broke loose, pic below. Just a FYI.

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    Hi,
    My bike (V7) has no power when I swerved to the left.
    I found the welding were broken (please see picture attached).

    I have a couple of questions:
    - is the order of the colors the same for all the bikes? I.e. orange external?
    - the base looks very used, should I look for a new base to replace that one?

    Thank you!
    f4b

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