2007 check engine light

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by gditt, Jun 12, 2010.

  1. gditt

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    I've had a '07 Road King for about two years now and have a question about the engine light. When I turn on the ignition light will come on for a few seconds and then go off. After I start engine and take off if I accelerate to fast the engine light comes back on and stays on until I back off of the throttle. After I ride awhile it seems to be better but the other day I notice while I was in sixth gear and doing 70-75 light was on again and stayed on for a while until I backed of throttle again. Is this caused by lack of pressure in tank or maybe bad fuel filter?
     
  2. glider

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  3. gditt

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    Thanks glider, P0152 Rear sensor High. Have reset and leaving now to see if it comes back. Thanks for the info.
     
  4. glider

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    You may want to check the wiring on the rear 02 sensor or it may be the sensor itself retiring.
     
  5. Hoople

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    Would you happen to have a fueler or pulse stretcher on your bike.
     
  6. gditt

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    No Hoople its stock right now. Cleared code and took it for a ride now it gives me code
    P1356 and module 32915-07. Any ideas?
     
  7. glider

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    Did you check the link furnished above?

    P1356 Rear Cylinder No Combustion

    Plug/plug wire or loose tip on the plug.

    32915-07 is a part number, not a code. No problem there.



     
  8. Hoople

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    It sounds like the injector may not be doing it's thing. If the O2 sensor was getting weak/tired, I would think you may see a P0154 (O2 inactive) but so far you have not. The P1356 could also mean insufficient fuel to promote combustion. I can't see a bad narrow band O2 sensor giving you a P1356.

    Don't know if you want to roll up your sleeves and dig into it but I would swap injectors just to see if I now get a P1353 or a P0132. If you do, then you know it's the injector. If you once again get the original error codes I would look at the secondary spark components of the rear cylinder.

    Remember these error codes are not an absolute science. They point you in a direction only.
    You also have to think about the reasons that would make the component appear as being BAD to the ECM when it was actually Good..