My check engine light turns on for a few minutes, then off for a few minutes or up to 30 minutes. It remained off for a 3-hour ride the other day, but then started happening again yesterday after about 1.5 hours of riding; then the intermittent on and off happened for another 1.5 hours of riding. I did the diagnostic by holding my trip reset button in before turning ignition to on, and all 10 banks show clear. I tripped the Diagnostic Connector under the seat to count how many times the check engine light flashes, and I "think" I have a 61 error (Loss of TSM/TSSM serial data). It flashes fast six times, pauses for about 2 seconds, then turns on once. Then pauses again for about 2 seconds, then flashes (not as fast; only once per second) six times. Then repeats the fast six flashes, and so on. Am I interpreting the flashes right? Also, is it at all possible that using the wrong voltage light bulb in a turn signal can cause the error? My right, rear turn signal went out. I made a stop at an auto store and bought what I thought was a compatible bulb. When I use that signal, it flashes really fast after a few seconds. I switched the bulb to the other side to see what happens, and it does the same thing on the other side. Is it just a coincidence that [I think] I have a 61 error and a faulty bulb?