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sergialosa
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I got the same problem today after 400km driving.

The error displayed has no effect on how the motorbike performs but of course it's not the point on having the error at random times..

On the trouble shooting document it says:

Failure:

Error 94 on speedometer

Causes:

Battery communication error

Solutions:

Please check if battery connector at right position, contact after-sales service or dealer

I am not sure what this even means, my connector is in the right position. 

Anyone else maybe knows what the actual problem might be?

Thanks

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Lou25uk
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I keep getting error 94 normally when I turn the bike on And have to disconnect the battery for a couple of minutes then all ok but a couple of days ago I was at some traffic lights And as I went to pull away the bike cut out and the car behind me nearly run into me error 94 popped up on the Display for a split second then went off and the bike took off again as I still have the Throttle open Q quite scary think it will have to go in 

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Macrais
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@lou25uk  just take out battery cable connector and bend pins 2 mm opposite way

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Lou25uk
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Thanks that seems to be working 

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Brighty
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@lou25uk would you mind letting me know if this did fix it for you and what do did? I have the same issue

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Brighty
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@macrais do you mind taking a photo of what that looks like please?

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rk_82
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Hi

I dont have the problem yet, but for the future: Is it still possible, to drive with "Error 94", or will the Max stop working?

THX!! 

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Brighty
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@rk_82 it still drives, for me the biggest annoyance is the error code covers up the range indicator so you can’t see how far you’ve got left.

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Stikmetaal
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Indeed it's a problem with the cable connector at the battery side. 

In France put a special conductive grease on the pins and install a foam to keep the plug in place.

Have a look at the pins it can be that they are already discolored becausr of heating.

Screenshot 20210306 120138
IMG 20210306 105924 868~2

 

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Moose
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it can be a number of things, but a likely candidate is a bad connection *somewhere*. It could be the main cable but might not be - in my case I had the same error code intermittently and I discovered part of the under-seat cabling to the charge port wasn't securely clipped in (the clip just kept sliding apart until I electrical taped it) and when I fixed that I stopped getting the errors.

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Brighty
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I’m getting the error more regularly now. After a bit of testing I can now turn it off when I see it stationary so I’ve narrowed it down to being the connector to the battery.

below is a quick video showing the error and where I push to stop it. (Video should be attached but here is a link to it on YouTube just in case)

https://youtube.com/shorts/l1ctKfoGaPs

I’ve found that if I wedge something in to the right of the connector pushing it left and up slightly I can ride the bike with out getting the error at all.

Given I’ve had no help from vMoto themselves and my dealer “test rode the bike” many time but didn’t get the error I think the foam wedge is my way forward.

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