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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-13-2009, 10:40 PM Thread Starter
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'07 Rincon 680 ESP light blinks and gear selector gets difficult to move from F to N and R to N. Very little run time on bike. Shut down bike and cool off period alleviates problem, but returns.
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Does it have a pause in the blinks? If so count the number of blinks. Does it seem to be idling fast?



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'07 Rincon 680 ESP light blinks and gear selector gets difficult to move from F to N and R to N. Very little run time on bike. Shut down bike and cool off period alleviates problem, but returns.
Yes, there are pauses, but I have not been able to count yet. When condition occurs, bike will not shift automatically or manually. It does not seem to be idling too high. The idle has been consistent. I believe it is still under warranty, but I hate to bring it in during the beginning of deer season. I may not see it for a month. Thank you for the reply and any advice. This is my first auto bike and I hope my fear of auto vs. manual transmission is not being confirmed.
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Yes, there are pauses, but I have not been able to count yet. When condition occurs, bike will not shift automatically or manually. It does not seem to be idling too high. The idle has been consistent. I believe it is still under warranty, but I hate to bring it in during the beginning of deer season. I may not see it for a month. Thank you for the reply and any advice. This is my first auto bike and I hope my fear of auto vs. manual transmission is not being confirmed.

Look inside the right front fender for a green 10 pin plug. Unplug it and see if the esp stops flashing. I had water in mine, I cleaned it out and filled it full of dielectric grease. No problems since then. You can see the green plug in my pic right where the red plastic meets the black on the inner front fender.
Hope this helps.

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