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Re: P1510 and P2138 after a handlebar change. What'd I likely screw up?
« Reply #15 on: July 11, 2017, 11:23:46 PM »

Twolane, I had this happen to me when I changed my bars. I could hook up the software and watch the TGS go from 0-100% as well as the bike idling fine but there was something that happened in the wire  pull that caused a changed in the resistance upsetting the ECM.  $100 later and a new TGS and the code went away.
Changing handlebars will try ones religion... :'(

Damn! This thread brings back memories of when I installed the 14" Chizeled H-D bars on my 2015 RGS. I damaged the TGS pulling the wires through the bars. I'm not even going to attempt it again. Try one's religion? Indeed!


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Re: P1510 and P2138 after a handlebar change. What'd I likely screw up?
« Reply #16 on: July 11, 2017, 11:28:33 PM »

Little threads like this is why the search utility is so valuable for those that will use it (and when it works well).  Someone fighting some issue and can, hopefully, find a discussion that might help.  I've been lucky that way a few times.
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Re: P1510 and P2138 after a handlebar change. What'd I likely screw up?
« Reply #17 on: July 20, 2017, 12:26:40 PM »

I've, (Knock on wood), successfully pulled the wires on three different handlebar changes on three different bikes.
The one thing that I will never attempt again is replacing the original black handlebar switch covers to the HD chrome ones.
It's easy to get the black ones off but getting the HD chrome ones to snap into place is a real nightmare. Never again.
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Re: P1510 and P2138 after a handlebar change. What'd I likely screw up?
« Reply #18 on: April 07, 2019, 04:11:27 PM »

Bringing this back alive. Just change the bars on my 15 SERGU and have the p1510 code, not cruise and no heated grips but I think I cleared that one. Here goes to tearing it back apart to see where I screwed it up. Ugh

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Re: P1510 and P2138 after a handlebar change. What'd I likely screw up?
« Reply #19 on: April 07, 2019, 07:19:51 PM »

Bringing this back alive. Just change the bars on my 15 SERGU and have the p1510 code, not cruise and no heated grips but I think I cleared that one. Here goes to tearing it back apart to see where I screwed it up. Ugh

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Good luck getting it sorted.  I know I looked at this one 13.6 dozen times and still never saw the pair I'd reassembled incorrectly.  Hope yours is no great a problem than this was  :drink: .
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Re: P1510 and P2138 after a handlebar change. What'd I likely screw up?
« Reply #20 on: April 07, 2019, 07:49:53 PM »


Good luck getting it sorted.  I know I looked at this one 13.6 dozen times and still never saw the pair I'd reassembled incorrectly.  Hope yours is no great a problem than this was  :drink: .
For the life of me, I couldn't get that big 6 pin connector taken apart and I've done those about a dozen times. I ended up taking apart the two connections up at the pigtail off the sensor, pulled from the bottom end up and then the harness off the switchpack from top to bottom. Inserted the TGW pigtails in the end of the bar and out of the hole where the SP harness comes in, reconnected them and stuffed them back in the bars. Heated grips aren't working either. I'm off on Thursday. Will take it apart and check them all out. I hope it's something simple. Luckily these new KST bars are almost simple to wire as the wires from up top come out of the bottom of the bars above the top of the forks and then along the bottom crossbar into the cluster. They may be pinched where they exit the bars and the top of the cover over the front forks too. Not any room there due to the plastic cover that's tied into the back side of the gauge cluster.
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Re: P1510 and P2138 after a handlebar change. What'd I likely screw up?
« Reply #21 on: April 11, 2019, 01:37:42 PM »

Whaddya know. Damn wire pulled from the plug and won't stay in it. $90 for a new Grip sensor vs my time and labor to cut it out and solder them all. $90 is cheap for me.

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Re: P1510 and P2138 after a handlebar change. What'd I likely screw up?
« Reply #22 on: April 11, 2019, 06:36:44 PM »

Good catch and $90 is cheap compared to some of the mistakes we could make.  Hell, it's even cheap compared to having the dealer do the labor.  So you're still money ahead :2vrolijk_21: .
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