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It seem like a faulty vaccuum sensor according to the manual.
Now I'm not beginning the search (but I will) to fund if it's the connector or the sensor is faulty

First look nothing wrong visually, got to put out the voltmetere again for this stuborn zx-10r.

Anybody got this issue ?
 

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Check all circuit according to the repair manual....and everything was O.K.

Found that's a faulty vacuum sensor. Replace with a used one I got and bingo the faulty code disapear.

The test to check the sensor are kind of exhaustive, and if the connections and wires are O.K the only thing remain is a faulty sensor. Not realy well tell in the book.
 
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