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    Default What's happening with all these error codes?

    Just got my 2016 Spyder RT back from repair shop (about 75 miles away), after having an accident ("nuther story), been riding for about 2 weeks, yesterday I went to start it, message came on "Limp Home Mode", and the "check engine light" came on. Poked around for a while, found I couldn't even shift.

    Did a check on "error codes, it showed up a whole lot of them, as follows:

    U0100, U0259, C0063, C0061, U1160, U0128, U0073, U0155, U0122, COO6C, P0000.

    Could anyone suggest what might be happening. Could these still be left from my accident. Actually I ran into a rock on the highway, about 8" x 16" x 6" high, did a lot of damage, including bending the frame, breaking a lot of the plastic, and punching out the radiator. It took about 2 1/2 months to get it repaired and back on the road.
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    First, this link lists codes

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-N...J5YXRnY1k/view

    Unfortunately, it is not a searchable PDF.

    Judging from the first couple I found, you may have wiring damage and/or poor connections.
    Some may only be a fuse.

    U codes start on page 29.
    20 Can Am Ryker 900 ACE...02 H-D Sportster 1200S.....72 Yamaha AT2
    14 Honda CB1100 std..........03 H-D Sportster XLH883...70 Honda SL350
    18 Yamaha XT250...............76 Honda CB750F..............70 Honda CL350
    16 Moto Guzzi V7II..............75 Honda CB360...............67 Honda CL160
    17 Yamaha TW200...............70 Yamaha CT...................67 Honda CB160
    12 Triumph Bonneville..........72 Yamaha CT2.................62 Honda CA110

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    Quote Originally Posted by Korthner View Post
    Just got my 2016 Spyder RT back from repair shop (about 75 miles away), after having an accident ("nuther story), been riding for about 2 weeks, yesterday I went to start it, message came on "Limp Home Mode", and the "check engine light" came on. Poked around for a while, found I couldn't even shift.

    Did a check on "error codes, it showed up a whole lot of them, as follows:

    U0100, U0259, C0063, C0061, U1160, U0128, U0073, U0155, U0122, COO6C, P0000.

    Could anyone suggest what might be happening. Could these still be left from my accident. Actually I ran into a rock on the highway, about 8" x 16" x 6" high, did a lot of damage, including bending the frame, breaking a lot of the plastic, and punching out the radiator. It took about 2 1/2 months to get it repaired and back on the road.
    If this was how it was returned to you " allegedly " repaired .... I think the dealer you took it too needs to answer some questions .... jmho .... good luck .... Mike

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    Just got my 2016 Spyder RT back from repair shop (about 75 miles away), after having an accident ("nuther story), been riding for about 2 weeks, yesterday I went to start it, message came on "Limp Home Mode", and the "check engine light" came on. Poked around for a while, found I couldn't even shift.

    Did a check on "error codes, it showed up a whole lot of them, as follows:

    U0100, U0259, C0063, C0061, U1160, U0128, U0073, U0155, U0122, COO6C, P0000.

    Could anyone suggest what might be happening. Could these still be left from my accident. Actually I ran into a rock on the highway, about 8" x 16" x 6" high, did a lot of damage, including bending the frame, breaking a lot of the plastic, and punching out the radiator. It took about 2 1/2 months to get it repaired and back on the road,

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