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06-26-2013, 09:29 AM
The other day, checked the engine RPM sensor - a diagnostic computer shows a logical error P0336. The resistance of this sensor is in the lower limit of the tolerance - 110.9 ohms.
Checked the connectors 20 and 35 in ECU - all right. That is to blame Engine RPM sensor. Need to change it.

Began to look microfishes and found that these sensors are of two types - for motorcycles without ABS (№ 896062, the price of AF1 is 71$) and for motorcycles with ABS (№ 859792, the price of AF1 is 25$). These data are taken from microfishes of dealer, for official use.
This sensor is located on the left side of the generator cover and reads from the rotor. What does the ABS? Why is three-fold difference in the price of sensors?
Maybe I'm wrong looked microfishes?
Sensor position 19 in the picture:

06-28-2013, 08:11 AM
Strange thing - numbered 859792 in microfishes set the ABS sensor, mounted on the wheel, and in microfishes of dealer - engine speed-sensor...
Sensor position 26 in the picture:


Error in microfishes of dealer? No one knows?

06-29-2013, 10:39 AM
It looks like everything is much more serious than I expected ...
It seems to me that the engine RPM sensor has a total cable alternator, respectively I have to buy an alternator assembly, which is 182$


06-29-2013, 02:08 PM
Isn't your bike under warranty ? You shouldn't have to buy anything.

07-01-2013, 09:31 AM
If I do not buy this sensor for my money, the dealer will take it to me in Italy for three months. And in November here (in the Russia) motorcycle season ends and winter sets. I'd rather pay out of pocket money than three months will walk.

The question is not about the money, the question - what partnamber of this sensor. I could not find it, the dealer too.

07-02-2013, 09:08 AM
Apprised of the microfiche, together with the dealer!
Turns out I was right - the engine RPM sensor comes with the alternator, it is a single assembly. A similar device have snowmobiles and Japanese motorcycles, such as Intruder 1500.

Thank you all.

07-02-2013, 10:54 AM
Glad you got it worked out zviadi!