Ok they told me it was the battery dose that make any sense to any one thanks
But it doesn't really matter if "it makes sense" or not......if it really was the cause and replacing it fixes the problem.
With almost ALL modern computer controlled engines, a weak 12 V battery can cause all kinds of operating problems, along with mis-leading error indications and codes.
Similar things can happen with loose or corroded battery connections.
P.S. That is also why any competent shop will test the 12 V battery on almost ANY shop visit.
The exception might be an obvious mechanical problem......as in something physically broken.
The problem is that WAY too many shops are NOT competent anymore.
Please report back after you have a chance to ride it a few days to be sure.
'17 RT Limited
Last edited by Easy Rider; 11-17-2019 at 06:22 AM.