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cattledog924

2010 yz450f bogiing

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My 2010 yz450 is starting to bog out once it gets up to temp when I really get on it. The air temp sensor code 22 was coming so I checked and cleaned it. Any other thoughts. Could the sensor be bad?

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Would the sensor cause the bike to run well til hot then starting falling on its face when throttle is wide open?

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Open your manual and run the troubleshooting tree for a code 22.  You'll find out more about whether the sensor's bad or not. 

 

And yes, a a flaky IAT sensor can cause all sorts of trouble they shouldn't even be able to.

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I am on the road with the bike and left the manual at home. Found out what the code meant, but was curious of others experiences with this issue. Have a new sensor installing it today. Fingers crossed it is not more serious.

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Took to a dealer yesterday, very nice people, they checked the tps, fuel pump, valves and cam. Nothing wrong. The tech, whom has 37 years experience, could not find the issue.

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any luck finding your problem?  I have the same issue with a 2010, and have checked everything and replaced the stator and kill button and still have the bog.  it has about wrecked me 4 times now when riding on a motocross track and i am scared to get back on the bike until i know its fixed.

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Fuel pump and or fuel filter? Mine did this and I ran sea foam through tank and fuel line. Helped for a while but returned. Gas sucks these days.

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