Honda injection motorbikes are one type of motorbike that is currently in great demand by the people of Indonesia.
Not only does it have good performance, Honda’s injection motor is also equipped with advanced technology that makes its use even more comfortable and efficient.
However, like other vehicle engines, Honda injection motors are also prone to damage.
Therefore, it is important for you as a Honda injection motorbike user to recognize the damage code that appears on your motorbike.
By recognizing the fault code, you can anticipate and know what actions to take when damage occurs to a Honda injection motor.
In this article, we will discuss more about the damage codes for Honda injection motorbikes and how to anticipate when a problem occurs.
The PGM-FI system on Honda motorbikes is quite sophisticated. The system can perform self-diagnosis which will report abnormal conditions on the motor.
For that, you need to understand the damage code that appears on the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) of the Honda injection motorbike.
The MIL light is an indicator light that provides information on motor damage to the PGM-FI system. The MIL light is on the motor speedometer which is marked orange. If there is a problem with the PGM-FI sensor, the MIL light will light up and blink.
Under normal conditions, when the ignition is in the on position the MIL will light up for about 0.3 seconds and will turn off again. When the MIL is on, the ECM will detect whether there is damage to the sensor system.
If no damage occurs, the MIL will turn off and the motor is ready to start. This indicates that the injection system and sensors are still active, working normally or no damage occurs.
But if there is damage to the motor, the MIL will continue to flash. This indicates that there is a problem with the injection system and the sensors. The MIL light will flash continuously as long as the motor has not been repaired.
How to Read a Honda Motorcycle Damage Code
Damage to the injection system can be identified by reading the flashing signal on the MIL. For that, you need to know how to read the blink. This MIL will flash long and short, indicating a fault code on a Honda motorbike.
As quoted from the Honda Cengkareng page, MIL has 2 types of flashes, namely:
Long flashes (lasts 1.3 seconds) – One long flash is equivalent to ten short flashes. Short flashes (lasts 0.3 seconds) – One short flash is equivalent to one flash.
Example of Reading MIL Lamp Flashing
This flashing lasts for 1.3 seconds. One long blink is equivalent to ten short blinks. If one long flash is followed by two short flashes, it will read 12 flashes (one long blink = 10 flashes plus two short flashes).
For example, if your motorcycle has fallen while the engine is running, the bank angle sensor will automatically turn off the engine for safety reasons.
Sometimes, after the motorbike has fallen, it causes a problem with the bank angle sensor, because the socket is loose. Then the MIL will show code 54, which is 5 long flashes followed by 4 short flashes.
List of Damage Codes that can appear on the Honda Motor MIL
Number of Flashes Caused Consequential Damage 1 Flashes of MAP Sensor (Manifold Absolute Pressure) There is damage to the MAP sensor and the vacuum level in the intake manifold is unstable Poor acceleration Engine works normally, but lacks power at high speed 7 Flashes ECT Sensor (Engine Coolant) Temperature) or EOT (Engine Oil Temperature) sensor ECT sensor or its circuit does not work Connections to the ECT and EOT sensor sockets occur Intermitten Failure (disconnect) Difficult to start at low temperatures Engine heats up quickly 8 Flashes TP (Throttle Position) Sensor TP sensor or its circuit not working Loose or bad contact at the sensor unit connector Wasting fuel Poor acceleration Engine stops frequently 9 Flashes IAT (Intake Air Temperature) sensor The IAT sensor or its circuit does not work Loose or bad contact at the sensor unit connector Poor acceleration Engine works normally, but lacks power on puta medium engine 11 Flashes VS (Vehicle Speed) sensor or vehicle speed VS sensor or its circuit does not work Loose or bad contact from the VS sensor connector Speedometer indicator does not work ISS does not work (especially for motorbikes using ISS) 12 Injector System Flashes Injector or circuit not working Loose or bad contact at Injector connector Engine will not start Injector, fuel pump and ignition coil off 21 Flashes O2 sensor (Oxygen Sensor) O2 sensor or circuit not working Loose or bad contact at O2 sensor Difficult engine turned on Popping sound at the exhaust section 29 Flashes IACV ( Intake Air Control Valve) Circuit IACV or its circuit does not work Loose or bad contact on the IACV sensor Engine is difficult to start, stationary rotation is rough Waste of fuel 33 Flashes EEPROM ECM (Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory Engine Control Module) ECM or rang the thread is not working Loose or bad contact in the ECM connector Engine will not start Engine stops frequently 52 Flashes CKP (Crankshaft Position) Sensor Faulty CKP sensor or its circuitry Loose or poor contact on the CKP sensor Engine stops frequently/difficult to start Idle rotation rough Motor runs normally but lacks acceleration at all speeds 54 Flashing BAS sensor (Bank Angle Sensor) Bank angle sensor or its circuitry is not working Loose or bad contact on the BAS sensor Bank angle sensor is not working (Engine stays on when the motorcycle is overturned) )
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