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Hi , On my 2016 Cross Country Tour my Charging system is acting up a bit , only shows over 14 v after being on the throttle while riding. I have a Power Commander V and Autotune installed. Is there a way to reset the TPS without the bike running through the Power Commander or otherwise. I have no dealer any where close. I did check with voltmeter and it does show 12. volts at idle and 14 when I'm going down the road. Took battery out to put on charge for a load test. But wondering if it can be the TPS out of wack.
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You really didn't say what your problem is.
When you turn key on and volt gauge says 12v thats normal. When running and going down the road it should read 14.2 or very close to that. This is normal.
The PCV auto tune is only good for 6 runs and then you should use info for remapping the PCV. Then clear info and start over.
Go get the bike dyno tuned and your problems will be over
 

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You really didn't say what your problem is.
When you turn key on and volt gauge says 12v thats normal. When running and going down the road it should read 14.2 or very close to that. This is normal.
The PCV auto tune is only good for 6 runs and then you should use info for remapping the PCV. Then clear info and start over.
Go get the bike dyno tuned and your problems will be over
Vision I didn't want to get into the problem but basicly when I start the bike I get just over 12 volts on volt meter and it doesnt go upto 14 volts until I'm going down the road. Just came back from a 2000 km trip and it ran good other than the low 12 volt at idle and when I rev it , other wise battery hasn't quit on me. I snugged all the electrical connections up , all seemed good to start with . Load tested the battery and it was good. Power Commander showed throttle set to 0, but found a procedure on Power Commander software Help section and did that. Started up and still the same , getting just over 12 volts at all the electrical points , except for the starter of course. Any more suggestions before I start shopping for a Regulator?

Vision if I had a place to take it to get Dynoed I would , but now have over 25000 km on the Autotune and its running good, well other than this problem.
 

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well if you would put your information in your signature we would know where you live. Google MC raley's and you might find a Vic dyno tuner there.

Check your voltage regulator to see if its working correctly
 
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