Join Date: Jul 2013
Location: Upstate South Carolina
Curious if someone knows an answer here. I went for a short buzz up the road last night before bed, stopped at a light and as I slowed to a stop the engine sounded like it might come apart. Loud knocking and almost an air gasping cycling sound. No history of doing this. It's a stock 2015 110 w/ just over 20k miles. First instinct was to stop before it did damage, but decided to see if I could limp the couple of miles to the house. Seemed to run ok in 4th gear at about 2k rpms. It cut off as I turned into the driveway and coasted into the garage. Re-cranked a few times and seems to be running ok now. Checked the codes and under the ECM-Y I get a P0505 code. No other codes. I believe that is a "loss of low idle sensor" code.
Anyone familiar w/ this? Should I ride and see if it stays away, something I can fix (I'm a 4 on the wrench scale and a 1 on the electrical/electronic scale), or take to HD and ask them to replace a sensor?
Any help much appreciated!
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