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Check engine light on

Engine idles higher than normal and check engine light is on.

Only happens when the engine warms up

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Not much you can do at home since the bike is a FI model. Get a HD tech to pull the trouble codes with a scanner. At least you will have a starting point to diagnose the problem.

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