More help needed. At about 300km Engine light

Mr. Goodbar

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More help needed. At about 300km (about 188miles) my engine light came on. The bike seems fine. I can’t find much info other than some videos in Hindi. I did find someone in the UK talking about it on a Meteor but the resent didn’t seem to work (maybe I did it wrong) frustrating. I found some posts saying this is a coding problem on the metro and new classic but no real evidence. Any help is appreciated. 2022 classic 350
 
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KEN ROCK.

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On pickup my Speedo did not work ,the engine light was on and the ABS light stayed on....had a look inside the headlight and one small grey plug was not clicked in properly...all fixed.......i take it you are not referring to the little service due spanner?
 

Mr. Goodbar

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Interesting. while I wait for the dealer to return my call I’ll poke around. Interestingly, after changing the oil and fiddling with connections looking for loose sensors I held the throttle open; closed it and started the bike. The engine warning light went away. I’m happy about that but hate not knowing the cause. Hopefully the dealer can read the code and tell me. Thank you for the info.
 

sheffieldpete

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Regarding the "engine light" mine came on and stayed on at about 250 miles, they switched it off at the first service and it's been OK since, The dealer said that it's to do with the very tight parameters of the Euro 5 mapping, and that they were awaiting the availability of a new map ( which entails the bike being connected to the internet and done from India) apparently this is available for the Meteor and the Interceptor, but ( a couple of months ago ) was not yet available for the Classic 350. That may well be different now?
I think my problem may have been precipitated by leaving the bike ticking over in the shed where it was breathing in its own exhaust? I always follow the recommendation to leave it ticking over for 2 mins to get the oil moving, before revving. and as I have to ride up a ramp to get out of the shed, it's not easy, however with a bit of brute force, I cam get the front half of the bike out of the door, which I now do.
Looking for some rubber heat proof pipe which I can route the exhaust through the back wall, but can only find huge lengths which cost a fortune
 

Mr. Goodbar

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I asked my dealer about this remapping. They had no idea. That doesn’t give me a warm fuzzy. Maybe I’ll insist that they change out the sensor. If it’s a mapping issue I guess that wouldn’t help. Right now the engine light goes off when I allow the bike to 100% cool down. As I didn’t buy the bike from my local dealer they are charging me 300 bucks for the first service. I’ll be holding them to 300 dollar expectations in going over the bike.
Thanks for the info. I appreciate it.
 
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