Ah yes, now I remember, the ECU frying was when using the diagnostic tools incorrectly. No such thing here, all ECU's show the same thing. I'll just start with a new battery first.5.2 is bad battery voltage These bikes do all kinds of strange things
when the battery is bad a garbled display is common when the
battery goes 38 is CAN communication line error. I would start with
a good battery. What happens on the ECU is the ground for
it gets fried you can use a wire to ground it directly most common
cause is people reverse the polarity on the diagnostic cables.
Just do a search there are many threads that cover it but I
would start with a good charged battery 1st.
Well, it started with my exhaust falling off on my last ride and the LV decat mounting point being broken off. Didn't have time to fix it before I left for a new job in a new country. I left my bike in my home country with my parents because it's impossible to ride in my current city and there's a huge risk for it being damaged or stolen. It really sucks, especially since someone at my gym has an 1100S and every time I see it, it makes me want to ride mine. I've checked all grounds and fuses seem to be intact. I'll put in a new battery next time I'm around and try it out.@Drinky out and about. How the hell do you leave a 1100 Hypermotard sit for this long??
Battery seems to be the culprit. I never got the CAN BUS error but I had a bit of a false start to where the bike would turn but then would die and the CEL and Fuel lights would blink for a few. Sort of how a car will do it but there was no i'll affect.
I would say to check all grounds as suggested above since fuses seem to be intact then get yourself one of those fancy light weight batteries.
Good to be back. I recently tried my brother's Pani 899 and that thing was so much fun, but couldn't come close to the Hyper in regards of pure fun factor. Not sure what I'm going to do with the bike next, either sell it or keep it as one of the last Ducati's with a Trellis frame and oldskool 2 valve air cooled engine :grin2: