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post #1 of 6 Old 04-09-2006, 09:16 PM Thread Starter
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Tool number 09930-82710

Is the above tool just a jumper and is there anything hidden in black tube, resistor or anything?
I want to try to use the strom ecm to find the current trouble that I have on my LEMON STROM.
The tool is like a toggle switch with a black tube when inside seems to run 2 wires, I would like to no if there anything else inside, this tool is to put the ecm in diagnostic mode.
Search my post for current trouble please.
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You can use just a short wire or simthing. I took about a 5 inch piece of wire and stripped each end and use that as my jumper. A straightened paper clip would work, also.
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You can use just a short wire or simthing. I took about a 5 inch piece of wire and stripped each end and use that as my jumper. A straightened paper clip would work, also.
Yes I could do that but the problem is witch of 3 wires I jump??
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Yup, unfold a paper clip and your new "tool" will get the same results as Suzuki's tool they probably want more than a few bucks for.

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Here you go:
Update for 2004 Models Suzuki has changed the dealer mode connector. It is a 6 position plug with a pliable rubber captive cap found on the left side under the subframe rail. The pair of holes on one end has a single wire, the next pair down has a single wire in the other position and the bottom pair have two wires. The bottom are the ones to connect together for dealer mode. They are a black with white stripe (ground) and a white with red stripe.

by: Al Lexington, SC
found here:
http://vstrom.info/cgi-bin/moin.cgi/...7C%28dealer%29

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post #6 of 6 Old 04-19-2006, 04:46 PM Thread Starter
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Loose THROTTLE any one????

The dealer was nice enough to lend me the tool, so I used and pointed in the manual for future reference the wires to jump.
Well there was no error, or let's say it stayed always at C00
So I decided to take to dealer, went by today to find some news, it will be ready tomorrow.
So the problem as the service guy told me was a faulty spark plug wire and he told that the throttle assembly was loose.
He told me that must had give a big back fire, I said didn't remember of any, but since she does small ones once in a wile and that she had little problems and never worked good from the day I bought. This was probably the problem, I will see how it goes.
He said Suzuki may not pay for everything, I just have to convince him that I didn't touch and I didn't touch the throttle.
So I say to all stromers, check for oils leaks and coolant leaks also don't forget your shifter so you want loose it like I did on a high speed curve, plus this last one, Check your throttles if there loose, specially if you have stalls.
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To the mods, this kind of info should be posted on trouble or systems page for people to use, please move if already exists and I didnít see.
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