Gen 2: 2006-2007 problem o2 sensor - Kawasaki ZX-10R.net
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post #1 of 15 Old 02-14-2018, 03:55 AM Thread Starter
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problem o2 sensor

I need your help, I bought these photo cancelers to remove the o2 sensor, what happens is that they delete the other errors of reading but the error number 63 remains, somebody has a solution

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Hmmm. Well, you got a couple problems going on. First, the Gen 2 only came with the O2 sensor on the European models. So I'm guessing that's what you have. Second, FI code 63 is for the exhaust butterfly valve and your O2 sensor plugs don't do anything to that. So you have something else wrong that is not related to anything you installed or you messed something up with the bike being apart. And without more information as to what else is going on with the bike and the mods you have, it's hard to tell you where to lok or what you're trying to get fixed here.

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I need your help, I bought these photo cancelers to remove the o2 sensor, what happens is that they delete the other errors of reading but the error number 63 remains, somebody has a solution

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The best solution is have the ecu flashed to turn off the O2 sensors & exhaust butterfly. Be done with the lot it wont bother you again.

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I apologize for the lack of information I will repeat but calmly and with all the info.

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for eleminator the error I'm thinking buy this give a feedback?

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The best solution is have the ecu flashed to turn off the O2 sensors & exhaust butterfly. Be done with the lot it wont bother you again.
Ah, yes! Usually that is great info and I agree! Except in this case we're referencing a Gen 2. Back then, nobody flashed anything other than the old lady down the street or the neighborhood girls. That ECU is old and nobody worried about going back to decode them since they are a dying breed these days. That said, it is possible to reflash them to change the fueling maps, but the error code removal is not something supported for that generation.
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for eleminator the error I'm thinking buy this give a feedback?

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That should fix the problem for code 63.

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Service code 63 = Exhaust servo
Service code 67 = o2 sensor heater

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and for error 63 what concerns I at this moment have it on the motorcycle

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sorry is this

and for error 67 what concerns I at this moment have it on the motorcycle

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and for error 67 what concerns I at this moment have it on the motorcycle

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I have no idea what those little plugs are or what they are supposed to do.

The o2 heater is part of the sensor itself and is not separate. So if you're getting the error while using those plugs, then there's something wrong with them, there's something wrong with the wiring to them, or they just don't remove that error. What happens if you plug the o2 sensors back in? Does the error go away?

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