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Anyone know how to reset the tipover 520200 error code? See attached pic.

Background: as I left for work, bike wasn't quit fully warmed up yet, get to first stop sign by my house, did a rolling stop and slipped the clutch.. bike stalled on the left hand turn and decided that we would make a scene in front of my neighbor's house... that SLLLLOOOOOOOWWWW motion tipover where you struggle to pull her upright and years of experience go out the window..... she rested on the ground gently... used my recent squat workouts and brought her upright like a pro... neighbor runs out to see if I needed help.. nope, got this technique down.... wouldn't start at first.. cycled key a few times then she started right up.... I rode into the sunrise with a bruised ego and made it into work... error code showing on the screen....I know it's the tip over error code from doing a quick google search....

question, how do I reset it?

Take it easy on the responses... still butthurt over the "incident"...
 

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It will clear itself after so many ignition cycles... I think 10
i guess after 10 the bike assumes it is not on its side anymore ? :ltr:
 

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Or it assumes you're a badass at dragging floorboard!
If one were to drag floorboards, the centripetal force would have the sensor feeling normal forces and not trigger an error.
 

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It will clear itself after so many ignition cycles... I think 10
Ok thanks... I'll give it a couple of days, which should cover 10 cycles of on/off and see.....
 

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Code stays stored on ECM. Only true way of clearing is with Digital Wrench.
 

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Code stays stored on ECM. Only true way of clearing is with Digital Wrench.
anyone have a bootleg copy of the Digital Wrench?
 

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Code stays stored on ECM. Only true way of clearing is with Digital Wrench.
Edit to my original statement, it will not populate on your display after a few ignition cycles...At least that's what mine has always done.
 

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Code went away when I went to start the bike to head home for the day...so back to normal now..ego recovered also as I tested myself on a few emergency stops, u-turns and 360 awareness....

Move along folks... all good....
 

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Is this only on the newer (ie 2016/2017) Cross Country Tours? My bike has never given me any kind of tip over error code, and I have deliberately set it over on it's side (gently of course) in my garage to practice and make sure I knew how to pick it back up again so I wouldn't look or feel stupid when it happens out in the real world. Or maybe the fact I didn't just shove it over and it's a shock sensor and that is why I never got a code??

And as a side note, if you are going to do the same and practice picking it up, make sure you don't have over a half a tank of fuel in it. It's amazing how fast it will spill fuel from the vent tube and over flow while it is on it's side, even if only for a minute or two. Good thing I don't smoke :eek
 

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Is this only on the newer (ie 2016/2017) Cross Country Tours? My bike has never given me any kind of tip over error code, and I have deliberately set it over on it's side (gently of course) in my garage to practice and make sure I knew how to pick it back up again so I wouldn't look or feel stupid when it happens out in the real world. Or maybe the fact I didn't just shove it over and it's a shock sensor and that is why I never got a code??

And as a side note, if you are going to do the same and practice picking it up, make sure you don't have over a half a tank of fuel in it. It's amazing how fast it will spill fuel from the vent tube and over flow while it is on it's side, even if only for a minute or two. Good thing I don't smoke :eek
Was your bike running when you gently set it on its side? Think the bike needs to be running for the sensor to kick in and turn off the engine.
 

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Was your bike running when you gently set it on its side? Think the bike needs to be running for the sensor to kick in and turn off the engine.
You might be onto something there.

I tipped over my bike in a parking lot a few years ago: attempting to get on from the right side, using the right floorboard, I was so slow at it that I tipped the bike over that way. I did the ass-walk-backward-against-the-seat, got it upright, and only then fired it up, and rode off. No code on that start-afterwards episode (or if there was, I never noticed it and it went away).
 

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You might be onto something there.

I tipped over my bike in a parking lot a few years ago: attempting to get on from the right side, using the right floorboard, I was so slow at it that I tipped the bike over that way. I did the ass-walk-backward-against-the-seat, got it upright, and only then fired it up, and rode off. No code on that start-afterwards episode (or if there was, I never noticed it and it went away).
I tipped my bike once when it was running but got no code. Other than the loud laughing from my wife
 

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I tipped mine over when running and moving! (slowly) The only error code I got was the bright red warning light that was my face.....:ride:
 

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Was your bike running when you gently set it on its side? Think the bike needs to be running for the sensor to kick in and turn off the engine.
Think Homer Simpson of South Park when you read this "DOOOOOUGGGGGHHHHH"

makes sense, no I did not have it running. :crzy:
 
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