Code 62, F1 light flash. Throttle clicking? [Video] - ZX6R Forum
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post #1 of 14 Old 08-11-2019, 04:07 PM Thread Starter
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Code 62, F1 light flash. Throttle clicking? [Video]

Ello, so as the title says, here is a video

https://youtu.be/YJ6KY9owbm8

I check resistance and it's fine, is that movement normal?
Thanks
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post #2 of 14 Old 08-11-2019, 07:39 PM
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Doesnt seem right. Heres what they should do

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Hmmm... thanks for the info. I'm going to inspect the peak voltage and to from there.
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That's what mine do in your video other video doesn't seem right.
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That's what mine do in your video other video doesn't seem right.
Who's video are u talking bout?
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So your saying that your subthrottle stutters like that near the end?
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post 2 is incorrect as well........... that is not the normal function either- hell even the title of the video indicates that is a problem

they should cycle through the whole range and then stop (usually closed) but where they stop and stay until started is based on variables........air temp, engine temp, etc......... but they should never pound on the teeth of the actuator at any point in the rotation- someone probably forced by hand them to go through the travel when the motor was not turning and now it is clocked wrong
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post #10 of 14 Old 08-13-2019, 03:17 PM Thread Starter
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Welp a peak voltage adapter is like $30, I found a throttle assy on ebay for $40 so just went ahead and got the assy. I'll install it and post an update w/ video for record. Thanks for everyone's suggestions.
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When I hear of people buying a cheap throttle assembly on EBay, it makes me wonder where all the bad/replaced throttle assemblies end up... hopefully not on EBay!
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Seems like everyone's throttle bodies act differently than the others. I guess they got their own personalities
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I think code 62 is subthrottle actuator valve connection. Some may have faulty or bad connection. Some you may need to replace the throttle bodies but check the connection first

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Ello, so as the title says, here is a video

https://youtu.be/YJ6KY9owbm8

I check resistance and it's fine, is that movement normal?
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I had this. It wasn't any of the TPS sensors, servo motors etc, it was a faulty ECU. Changed it for another one and then all good.
I went through 3 full sets of throttle bodies to get to this conclusion.
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