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919 jerky on the Highway in 6th?

I was riding to work this morning on my beloved 9er. When Oooonooo... She started to cut out a lil bit like it was momentarily not getting fuel. I was at steady throttle at the time going pretty fast . It only did it a few times a few seconds apart. Now I am geeked out. I do not want to get stranded nor want my bike running like that. Any ideas? I checked battery connections. I have never had any issues before

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PCIII or grounding issues elsewhere? I had stalling and startup issues due to the crimp connection from the PCIII damaging the TPS wire to the ECU.

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PCIII or grounding issues elsewhere? I had stalling and startup issues due to the crimp connection from the PCIII damaging the TPS wire to the ECU.
I will check that now thank you

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+1 on ground cable for the battery, it's been reported before as a problem/fix.

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+1 on the PCIII crimp connection on TPS wire... Had same thing. Sometimes the bike would not even start until I moved the wire around...

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PCIII or grounding issues elsewhere? I had stalling and startup issues due to the crimp connection from the PCIII damaging the TPS wire to the ECU.

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post #6 of 6 Old 07-11-2013, 04:01 PM Thread Starter
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Well I had a slightly loose ground hopefully that fixed it. I will know tomorrow if it does it again. Thanks for the help

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