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I need to reset my maps .
the tsp hast to be reset with a scanner .
it is a kent more tool . I need an online connection for tool
part pv-43530 and cord . I also would like a wire diagram for
a 2001 v92c . thanks for any help .
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I need to reset my maps .
the tsp hast to be reset with a scanner .
it is a kent more tool . I need an online connection for tool
part pv-43530 and cord . I also would like a wire diagram for
a 2001 v92c . thanks for any help .
well on the help , I guess , oh well it a job for mister clean .
fiy a scanner can be built , if one had the blue print .
to include the wire diagram .
man I miss the old days of the s&s super B.
I will see if kent moore will sell one to me .
kent moore I need a pv-43530, with the cord . I will howerever take it apart and desine a clone and sell it for a common cost . forgive my but your prices are a crime .
have a nice day
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You can reset the TPS with a paper clip & a screw driver on the pre-freedom bikes-small alligator clip jumpers work better to connect the B&E pins in at the harness plug to put the fuel system into calibration mode. The procedure takes some time & a good ear/feel for the engine-no fancy tools necessary.
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You can reset the TPS with a paper clip & a screw driver on the pre-freedom bikes-small alligator clip jumpers work better to connect the B&E pins in at the harness plug to put the fuel system into calibration mode. The procedure takes some time & a good ear/feel for the engine-no fancy tools necessary.
thanks . now , may I assume the B&E are stamped on the connect case .
an ear I do have , but like soo many bikers I know aint got 2 pennies
to rub together , here I guess than a good thing --keptes them people from raising to much hell.
may I go out on a limb and ask what I have to do to check codes .
I have a basic 12v test and a mulitymeter .
again that for the help already rendered .
perhaps you can tell me where a can buy a wiring diagram fot my 2001sc ?

as to the b and d pin pump , di I have to ground as well.

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Service manuals courtesy of BBob:
https://www.victoryforums.com/showthread.php?t=10829

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