Yamaha R1 Fault Codes list and Description

To enter the diagnostic mode and check existing error codes in the system memory, do the following:

  1. Turn off the ignition, put the stop engine button in the ON position.
  2. Disconnect the fuel pump connector.
  3. Press the SELECT + RESET buttons on the dashboard at the same time and do not release.
  4. Turn on the ignition (we still hold the buttons) and wait ~ 8 seconds until “dIAG” appears on the dashboard.
  5. Release the buttons, use the SELECT button to select “dIAG” (for the case if another text appears on the dashboard).
  6. After dIAG is displayed on the screen, press both buttons on the dashboard (SELECT + RESET) for ~ 2 seconds.
  7. After the diagnostic mode (d01) is displayed on the dashboard, turn off the stop engine button.
  8. You need to move through the list from d01 to d64 using the SELECT (up in the list) or RESET (down in the list) buttons.

In the list range from d01 to d59, a self-diagnosis of the system components is carried out.

 

Inclusion of some components is carried out by the stop engine button.

 

Self-diagnosis list (opposite the menu number of the list, decoding of readings + nominal value):

  • D: 01 = Throttle Position Sensor
  • completely closed, indicators from 12 to 21
  • fully open, indicators from 96 to 106
  • D: 02 = atmospheric pressure, in percent;
  • D: 03 = absolute atmospheric pressure in the intake circuit;
  • D: 05 = air temperature in the intake circuit;
  • D: 06 = coolant temperature;
  • D: 07 = speed sensor readings;
  • D: 08 = drop sensor position
  • normal position, indicator 0.4 - 1.4
  • inverted position, indicator 3,7 - 4,4
  • D: 09 = vehicle voltage
  • D: 13 = Throttle Position Sensor 2
  • completely. closed, indicator from 9 to 23
  • fully open, score from 94 to 108
  • D: 14 = Throttle Position Sensor 1
  • completely closed, indicator from 12 to 22
  • fully open, indicator from 97 to 107
  • D: 15 = throttle position sensor 2
  • completely closed, indicator from 10 to 24
  • fully open, indicator from 95 to 109
  • D: 20 = position sensor side steps;
  • D: 21 = gearbox position sensor (neutral)
  • D: 60 = EEPROM, system error sheet (00 = no errors, 01-04 = error codes for cylinders, if there is more than one error in the memory, they are displayed alternately)
  • D: 61 = error sheet of the ignition module for sensors (00 = there are no errors in the memory, 11-70 = error codes for the components, if there are more than one error in the memory, they are displayed alternately)
  • D: 62 = the number of errors in the memory module (00 = no errors, XX - the number of errors, erasing the errors is done by turning on the "stop engine" button);
  • D: 63 = sub-category of the error code (only for error 24, if there is more than one value in memory, then the value is displayed alternately)

The list of self-diagnosis by units (components of the ignition system / electrics):

  • D: 30 = diagnosis of the ignition coil 1 cylinder;
  • D: 31 = diagnosis of ignition coil 2 cylinder;
  • D: 32 = diagnosis of ignition coil 3 cylinders;
  • D: 33 = diagnosis of the ignition coil 4 cylinder;
  • D: 34 = intake valve diagnosis
  • D: 36 = diagnosis of the primary injector nozzle 1
  • D: 37 = diagnosis of the primary injector nozzle 2
  • D: 38 = diagnosis of the primary injector nozzle 3
  • D: 39 = diagnosis of the primary injector nozzle 4
  • D: 40 = diagnosis of the secondary injector nozzle 1
  • D: 41 = diagnosis of the secondary injector nozzle 2
  • D: 42 = secondary injector diagnosis, injector 3
  • D: 43 = diagnosis of the secondary injector nozzle 4
  • D: 47 = diagnosis of the steering damper sensor;
  • D: 48 = intake valve valve sensor diagnosis;
  • D: 50 = diagnosis of the fuel pump relay;
  • D: 51 = diagnosis of the cooling fan motor relay;
  • D: 52 = Diagnostics of the headlamp lamp relay;

Decoding of system error codes (for line D: 60 and D: 61):

Error No. - Description

11 - cylinder position sensor error;

12 - error of the crankshaft position sensor;

13 - inlet pressure sensor error (sensor readings outside the required range) - is diagnosed by the self-diagnosis line D: 03;

14 - inlet pressure sensor error (the sensor is disconnected or faulty) - it is diagnosed by the self-diagnosis line D: 03;

15 - throttle position sensor error - diagnosed by the self-diagnosis line D: 01 + D: 13;

19 - error on the ECU from the incoming signal (short circuit or the side step sensor is disabled) - - it is diagnosed with the self-diagnosis line D: 20;

20 - error in the readings of atmospheric and absolute pressure sensors in the inlet, not permissible values, - is diagnosed by the self-diagnosis line D: 03, D: 02;

21 - error in the readings of the coolant temperature sensor, - is diagnosed by the self-diagnosis line D: 06;

22 - inlet temperature sensor error, - diagnosed by the self-diagnosis line D: 05;

23 - an error in the readings of the atmospheric pressure sensor, - is diagnosed by the self-diagnosis line D: 02;

24 - oxygen sensor error (O2 sensor, lambda probe);

30 - error of the fall sensor (triggered or faulty sensor), - is diagnosed with the self-diagnosis line D: 08;

33 - malfunction of the ignition coil 1 of the cylinder, - is diagnosed by the self-diagnosis line D: 30;

34 - malfunction of the ignition coil 2 of the cylinder, - is diagnosed by the self-diagnosis line D: 31;

35 - malfunction of the ignition coil 3 of the cylinder, - is diagnosed by the self-diagnosis line D: 32;

36 - malfunction of the ignition coil 4 of the cylinder, - is diagnosed by the self-diagnosis line D: 33;

39 - malfunction of the primary injector circuit, - is diagnosed with the self-diagnosis line D: 36.37.38.39;

40 - malfunction of the secondary injector circuit, - is diagnosed by the self-diagnosis line D: 40,41,42,43;

41 - malfunction or short circuit in the wiring of the drop sensor, diagnosed with the self-diagnosis line D: 08;

42 - there is no signal or the speed sensor is faulty, - it is diagnosed with the self-diagnosis line D: 07 (speed sensor), D: 21 (gearbox sensor (neutral));

43 - error of the voltage value in the fuel pump circuit, - is diagnosed with the self-diagnosis line D: 50;

44 - error of the values / data of the diagnostic / ignition system, - is diagnosed by the self-diagnosis line D: 60

- 00 indicates the normal state of the readings of the EEP-ROM;

- 01 indicates a violation in the mixing 01 cylinder

- 02 indicates a violation in the mixing 02 cylinder

- 03 denotes a violation in the mixing 03 cylinder

- 04 indicates a violation in the mixing 04 cylinder

46 - error indicating voltage on the ignition module;

50 - an error in the operation of the memory of the ignition module;

59 - disconnection or short circuit in the circuit of the gas handle position sensor, - is diagnosed by the self-diagnosis line D: 14.15;

60 - YCC-T system error;

66 - malfunction of the trailer damper, - is diagnosed by the self-diagnosis line D: 47;

70 - an error in the organization of idling (as a symptom: the engine begins to stall at idle after 20 minutes of operation);

Er-1 - no input signal from the ignition module;

Er-2 - no outgoing signal from the ignition module;

Er-3 - it is impossible to read the readings from the ignition module;

Er-4 - error communicating with the dashboard;

The process of entering the diagnostic mode

  1. Turn off the ignition. Turn off the Start / Stop Engine button (red on the right remote).
  2. Press both buttons on the tidy and HOLD THEM.
  3. Turn on the ignition, hold the buttons after turning on the ignition for about 8 seconds.
  4. Wait for the inscription DIAG.
  5. Release and press the TOGETHER TOGETHER buttons on the tidy again for 2 seconds, and release.
  6. [D01] is displayed. This is the first diagnostic indicator that shows the position of the chokes.
  7. Use the Select (upper) button to get to line number [d60]. This cell shows the number of the EXISTING error at the moment.
  8. View the room opposite d61. This is the error number IN MEMORY of "brains." If there are several errors, they are displayed alternately.

All diagnostic cells are above 60 - and there are diagnostic lines for each of the components separately. More details - see BELOW.

 

To erase the error from the system’s memory, go to line d62 and turn on the stop engine button on the right remote control.

 

In detail:

  • When entering the diagnostic mode, the display shows cell [d01].
  • Pressing the Select (upper) button, you need to go to the indicator [d60] (real-time self-diagnosis) and [d61] (error memory) and see the number next to it. The number nearby is the number of the error that the brain remembered.
  • And all other numbers from [d01] to [d60] are indicators of various sensors (for example, [d01] is the position of the throttle in percent at the moment, twist and you will understand everything).

Indicators (testing by sensors by turning on the stop engine)

d01 = throttle stick position (turn throttle stick)

d02 = atmospheric pressure (absolute, percent)

d03 = vacuum inlet (sensor in the air filter housing, in percent)

d05 = inlet air temperature (sensor in the air filter housing, percentage as I understand it)

d06 = current coolant temperature

d07 = speed sensor (indicator)

d08 = drop sensor (tilt angle)

d09 = voltage at the fuel pump (tested by turning on the stop engine)

d20 = side step (on / off) - testing only works when neutral is off

d21 = neutral sensor (on / off)

d30 = coil on 1 cylinder (when the stop engine button is turned on, the coil is tested for 5 pulses, a characteristic sound is accompanied by a simultaneous blinking of the Check Engine lamp)

d31 = coil on cylinder 2 (when the stop engine button is turned on, the coil is tested for 5 pulses, a characteristic sound is accompanied by a simultaneous blinking of the Check Engine lamp)

d32 = coil on the 3rd cylinder (when the stop engine button is turned on, the coil is tested for 5 pulses, a characteristic sound is accompanied by a simultaneous blinking of the Check Engine lamp)

d33 = coil on the 4th cylinder (when the stop engine button is turned on, the coil is tested for 5 pulses, a characteristic sound is accompanied by a simultaneous blinking of the Check Engine lamp)

d36 = nozzle 1 of the cylinder (when the stop engine button is turned on, the nozzle is tested for 5 pulses, a characteristic sound is accompanied by a simultaneous blinking of the Check Engine lamp)

d37 = nozzle 2 of the cylinder (when the stop engine button is turned on, the nozzle is tested for 5 pulses, a characteristic sound is accompanied by a simultaneous blinking of the Check Engine lamp)

d38 = nozzle 3 of the cylinder (when the stop engine button is turned on, the nozzle is tested for 5 pulses, a characteristic sound is accompanied by a simultaneous blinking of the Check Engine lamp)

d39 = nozzle of the 4 cylinder (when the stop engine button is turned on, the nozzle is tested for 5 pulses, a characteristic sound is accompanied by a simultaneous blinking of the Check Engine lamp)

d48 = AI valve. (when the stop engine button is turned on, the valve is tested, 5 pulses, a characteristic sound is accompanied by a simultaneous blinking of the Check Engine lamp)

d50 = power relay of the injector and ignition system (also tested with the stop engine button)

d51 = cooling fan enable relay (also tested with the stop motor button)

d52 = headlamp (headlamp) relay (also tested with the stop engine button)

d53 = testing the EXUP servo motor (also tested with the stop motor button, shows the value in the corners)

d56 = servo drive of the secondary shutters (it is also tested with the stop motor button, shows the value in the corners)

d60 = switch operation error (codes are displayed alternately, the list of switch error codes is below)

d61 = error code recorded in memory

d62 = erase error codes stored in memory

d70 = displays the code of the running program (0-255)

Decoding of the indicator of the d60 line (violations found in the operation of the sensors by self-diagnostics):

11 = no signal from cylinder detection sensor

12 = no signal from crankshaft position sensor

13 = erroneous signal from the discharge sensor (in the air filter housing)

14 = invalid signal from the absolute pressure sensor

15 = throttle valve half-sensor error

16 = throttle position sensor jammed error

17 = EXUP servo position sensor error detected

18 = error jamming servo EXUP

19 = short circuit on the engine control unit when the start button is pressed

20 = a voltage error was detected when the stop engine button was turned on (large difference in performance) on the absolute pressure and vacuum sensors

21 = engine temperature sensor malfunction

22 = inlet temperature sensor malfunction

23 = malfunction (short circuit) of the absolute pressure sensor

30 = trip sensor detected (motorcycle crashed)

33 = short circuit on the control wire of the ignition coil 1 cylinder

34 = short circuit on the control wire of the ignition coil 2 cylinder

35 = short circuit on the control wire of the ignition coil 3 cylinder

36 = short circuit on the control wire of the ignition coil 4 cylinder

41 = malfunction or short circuit on the drop sensor

42 = missing or erroneous signal from the speed sensor

43 = on-board voltage measurement error (short circuit in wiring)

44 = malfunction of the engine control unit

46 = no voltage at injector unit

47 = servo error of secondary shutters (short circuit detected or sensor malfunction)

48 = jamming or short circuit in the actuator of the secondary throttle valves

50 = engine control unit error, error cannot be read

Er1 = no signal from the engine control unit

Er2 = no response from the engine control unit

Er3 = signal error from the engine control unit

Er4 = unknown signal from the engine control unit

Helpful information

Yamaha motorcycles have built-in self-diagnosis.

 

When the ignition is switched on, the red immobilizer indicator on the dashboard lights up.

 

By blinking it, you can determine the malfunction.

 

From the beginning, it blinks slowly five times, this is equal to the first digit of the code. Then quickly, this is the second digit of the code.

 

Some decryption codes:

5-1 - does not see the chip in the key. Most likely the problem is in the chip.

5-2 - the chip in the key is not from this motorcycle. Most likely you took a chip key from another motorcycle.

5-3 - there is no communication between the engine control unit and the immobilizer unit. Check motorcycle wiring connectors.

5-4 - there is no synchronization between the engine control unit and the immobilizer unit. Entangled block- motor and immo.

Yamaha R1 Fault Codes List
Yamaha R1
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