Originally Posted by SCHMIDTYS
ETS has no effect on cold idle ! Cold idle is set by the ECM. ETS sends temp signal to the ECM which adjusts idle as temp rises.
Agreed but the idle won't go from the higher cold setting if the ecu never gets the signal that the engine is warm. The cold to warm idle mapping will only change when the ETS signal is received......no?
If it does it "sometimes" could the sensor lose its ground?
Agreed......bike needs to go to a dealer or at a minimum checked for codes.
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