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I recently did a burnout, which resulted in my check engine light coming on, nothing is wrong with the engine as it runs perfectly and nothing has changed in the performance of the bike since doing it, I think a sensor may have freaked out or something over the wheels not moving/functioning properly, and I’d like to know the best way to reset the check engine light.
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Usually there's a way to trigger the code to flash so you know what fault is being registered. Paperclips inserted in the right places and all that malarky.