I appreciate the check in.
I might need help.
Tonight I tried to chase down the Code 62. (Subthrottle Valve Actuator)
I performed the test on P 3-85.
The subthrottle Valve actuator resistance was 6.9 Ohms between Pin 1-2
The subthrottle Valve actuator resistance was 6.8 Ohms between Pin 3-4
I went to the test on Page 3-86.
Measure the peak voltage upon switching the key to the ON position..
I am using a Fluke 87V (I have 2 analog meters on hand too.)
I had to learn the procedure to put the meter in the correct mode to get DC Peak voltage. That took a few moments.
With the connector connected.
I backprobed on the main harness side and I get.
Pins 1 and 2 get 13.91v
Pins 3 and 4 get 13.63v
That is out of range. (8.9-10.9v)
I wish I had a scope to see what was happening there.
I moved on to the check on Page 3-87.
Check the wiring to the ECU from the Subthrottle Valve actuator harness plug.
I unplugged the plugs from the ecu and probed the female pin holes on the ecu connector plugs.
Result: I had good continuity and connection from the harness plug end of those 4 wires to the pin locations in the ecu plugs.
The manual suggests at this point to replace the ECU based on that voltage reading being out of range.
I do have another ECU. When I decided to get one programmed, I picked up a spare one on Ebay and sent that out to be programmed. I still have the original one that came with the bike. I am reluctant to install it yet until I do some more checks.
I am open to ideas for a next step. Admittedly, I do not yet understand the wiring enough to see a connection to the fuel pump not being energized from these 2 codes. I am just following the steps to see what might be revealed to me.