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    cutting out ...hiss light on

    hi was wondering if anyone has had any issues with the hiss..my bike keeps cutting out randomly then restarts within a second..when it does the hiss light comes on with the fI light. i have tried using the fault code reader but its not logging a fault up so i am a bit of a loss to be honest...

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    Re: cutting out ...hiss light on

    Unfortunately we did not get HISS on the North American version of the NT. That was just one of many things Honda saw fit to remove on the NT before importing it here. Hopefully one of our members on your side of the pond, or Oz, can help you out...
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    Re: cutting out ...hiss light on

    at this moment in time i wish my bike had no hiss either...

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    Re: cutting out ...hiss light on

    I suspect you probably have a battery that is going bad. The fact that the HISS and FI lights are coming on suggests a power off/on cycle has happened.

    If I remember correctly, this has happened to others and replacing the battery solved the problem.

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    Re: cutting out ...hiss light on

    I had a battery failure that was strange. I thought it was still OK, because i could charge it and it would start and run OK. I finally realized something worse was going on when my ABS light wouldn't go out after I had gotten up to speed. It ended up being also a regulator/rectifier issue.
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    Re: cutting out ...hiss light on

    thanks for the reply's people as it turns out it was a faulty lean angle sensor...took bike out for a bit, i rode it very very gingerly...no problem..things going through my head as to why.....seemed so so random then at a set of lights i slightly lent the bike to the left and the bloody thing cut out.from then on it kept doing it.shook it a bit with some heavy breaking and weaving and it seemed to settle..got it home and did the same thing of leaning it over only 15 or so and bang off the engine goes.... just removed it not had a single issue so far ����edit...this was not the cause and the hunt for the answer is still on.��
    Last edited by harbinger101; 12-06-2017 at 08:43 AM.

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    Re: cutting out ...hiss light on

    That is kind of a bad failure to have it cut out at 15 deg (while leaned over in a curve). I believe a bank angle sensor failure is rare (good thing).
    It is nice to cut the fuel pump off if the bike is laying on it's side with you trapped under it though.

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    Re: cutting out ...hiss light on

    [Unfortunately we did not get HISS on the North American version of the NT...]

    Didn't you mean to say "Fortunately"? I sure don't want HISS on my NT!

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    Re: cutting out ...hiss light on

    Quote Originally Posted by DirtFlier View Post
    Didn't you mean to say "Fortunately"? I sure don't want HISS on my NT!
    No, think of the insurance discounts we would have gotten for it...

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    Re: cutting out ...hiss light on

    It would require that at least one NT is actually stolen before the insurance company would consider a discount for HISS. Ah...please don't hold your breath waiting!
    Last edited by DirtFlier; 11-14-2017 at 10:03 PM.

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