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The bike started keeping the traction control light on without any codes or difference in the way it ran. Now its throwing up a U0135 and U0136 and kills the power to the bike if I give it any real throttle almost as if its (surprise surprise) thinking its losing traction. I read something about a fuse recall? Again, thanks for the help... currently about 40 miles from home at 9 P.M. 馃檮
 

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The bike started keeping the traction control light on without any codes or difference in the way it ran. Now its throwing up a U0135 and U0136 and kills the power to the bike if I give it any real throttle almost as if its (surprise surprise) thinking its losing traction. I read something about a fuse recall? Again, thanks for the help... currently about 40 miles from home at 9 P.M. 馃檮
The 3 taller breakers are the recall View attachment 600974
You reckon that's the issue?
 

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Also, an update... I turn the bike entirely off and the issue AND codes go away for a bit.
 

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Could be as the original breakers would intermittently open for no reason and possibly cause loss of control thus driving the recall.
 

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Update: it does this more when it's hot, but the bike stalls, then boots back up instantly with a jolt of throttle. Usually in the city, only once outside of the city. But definitely if the bike is over 200 degrees.
 
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