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PostSubject: APMG0023 on display   APMG0023 on display Icon_minitime1Fri Feb 02, 2024 1:26 pm

I have had two occasions, one after a coffee break mid ride and the other at the beginning of a ride where the starter motor does not turn over. Just a ‘click’ when the starter button is pushed. I have tried different combinations of ignition switch and kill button. Shifting the gear lever. It eventually after 5-10 minutes turns over and starts. Interestingly, the clock always returns to zero.

APMG0023 comes up on the display. Is this the same as error code 23  “#1 ignition coil not grounded”?

Has anyone experienced this or have any thoughts?

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PostSubject: Re: APMG0023 on display   APMG0023 on display Icon_minitime1Fri Feb 02, 2024 1:55 pm


APMG0023 is the boot code of the Dash software. The battery volts are dropping too low.

Either you are suffering Startus Interruptus, or your battery is no good.





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PostSubject: Re: APMG0023 on display   APMG0023 on display Icon_minitime1Fri Feb 02, 2024 2:56 pm

Also make sure your battery terminals and cable ends are clean and tightly attached.

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PostSubject: Re: APMG0023 on display   APMG0023 on display Icon_minitime1Mon Feb 05, 2024 3:57 pm

Crikey, is this some form of voodoo? My SE has just done this very thing Shocked
I have swapped the battery over for a fancy Li one & that did not fix it, I've been cleaning up the coil connectors & checking all the relays are working as they should; then pulling & replacing the 30 amp fuse in the hope that this would get it to check the system & reset if fixed? - no luck so far.
I was planning to do a startus interruptus mod but haven't yet as I didn't want to introduce any more variables into the mix (electrickery is a scary suject for technical midgets like me Embarassed). I will give it a go, wish me luck . . .
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PostSubject: Re: APMG0023 on display   APMG0023 on display Icon_minitime1Mon Feb 05, 2024 6:31 pm

Make Sure to check the ground cables on the block of engine, yes, look behind starter cover.

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PostSubject: Re: APMG0023 on display   APMG0023 on display Icon_minitime1Wed Feb 07, 2024 1:12 am

Thanks for all your responses.

Beetle - the battery is new but when I looked at the terminals as Pete suggested, I found they were a little oxidised so I’ve cleaned them up.

I’ll also check the ground connection on the block as you suggest GuzziSteve.

I won’t know for sure until I’ve done a few more rides.

Andy - I hear you. Hopefully the above helps us solve this one.

Incidentally, I also found another GRiSO owner on another website who had the same occur to him and found the battery terminals were the culprits.

Appreciate everyone’s help.

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PostSubject: Re: APMG0023 on display   APMG0023 on display Icon_minitime1Mon Feb 12, 2024 5:13 am

Well, I've cleaned all the battery terminals & earth leads and the voltage shown on display is now over 13v, much healthier!
I still have the error/no start problem so next job is the startus interruptus fix . . .

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PostSubject: Re: APMG0023 on display   APMG0023 on display Icon_minitime1Thu Feb 29, 2024 10:41 am

Well, startus interruptus fix done- thought I had all the bits needed but my m8 live ring tag was not up to the task and had to wait for a more substantial one from the bay of fleas. Also changed all the fuses for new and she fired up a treat! I called Baldrick about the code & he says that it means the battery has been reconnected so not to worry. Feeling much better now 😁
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PostSubject: Re: APMG0023 on display   APMG0023 on display Icon_minitime1Thu Mar 14, 2024 3:22 am

Also just installed the starter relay fix from mph. Piece of mind when I do any rides.

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