In 2005 the CVT controller was integrated into the engine controller, all one unit unlike earlier years. 2005 was also the first year with the manual mode OD and they all have it. So if you have a 2005 and 2005 controller they are the same and can be swapped as long as you dont have a immobilizer system which could be on bikes outside the US. I don't know what your problem is without working on it myself though.hello, I`m a newbie here and I`ve faced a "code51" almost immediately after I`ve bought my 2005 Burg.
Let me tell the while story. I`ve purchased it at the service, knowing it had a CVT repaired now (plastic gears are new, belt and everything other is checked and it is OK), but my first ride on the highway ended with a FI light on just after the first stop. CVT didn`t shift up and blinked with "D" or "1" (if in manual mode) while trying to shift up. Switch ignition off and on and the error is gone for some time.
Then we`ve checked PPS and it appeared to be faulty and had up to 4 Ohms instead of about 2 Ohms needed. We`ve changed it and the next 100-150 miles I had a nice ride without any errors, but....
One day it showed me a FI again and this time it is ON few seconds after each engine start. Seemed like CVT motor doesn`t work - there was no sound of it after start or while switching between "M" and "D" modes. If I`m in manual mode it shows "1", I cluck "UP", it shows "2", nothing happens, then "2" starts to blink. Serviceman checked CVT motor - it is OK, and a spare one doesn`t work either - the is no voltage coming to it at all. Today we`'ll try to check connections and wires leading to and from CVT controller, but service manual states to change controller if the problem is still there and we only have a <2005 CVT controller, without an OD option, is it compatible with mine?
any new ideas about it?