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Error code, rev needle goes to 7000, what dose it mean

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The needle jumoing to 7,000 on the RPM dial means that the EXUP valve is stuck. This is a common problem with Fazer 1000's. Although Yamaha don't recommend any maintenence I strip and clean mine regularly to stop it from sticking. According to Yamaha - a sticking valve is not a serious problem and the bike can be ridden until you get time to fix it.

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Jumping to 7000 is an error code on this bike. i believe this means the throttle position sensor (TPS) needs to be adjusted.

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