Cranks, no start, Code 19?

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Looking for some help. Been having an inconsistent problem. I shut the bike off at a gas station, go to start it and it cranks but won't fire. Turn the key off, reset everything and try again, then it throws a code 19 (side stand). Cycle through the on/off routine a couple times and it fires up. I've messed with the side stand a few times, but it doesn't help. The bike is in neutral and the stand is up when it happens. Weird problem. Even if it was a side stand switch issue, the bike should still start because the bike is in neutral. Oh and if it matters, the bike is a 2013 with 24K miles. Anyone have any thoughts?
 

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Is your 2013 on the wiring recall list ?
my 2013 did the no start thing twice in 50,000 miles, luckily both times it happened at home in my garage, the wiring recall came out after I traded for a new 2018 or I would have had it done.
only 13,000 miles on the new 2018 but it has always cranked and started better than the 2013 so I figure Yamaha must have figured something out.
 
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Yes, it has a recall for some throttle wire that could make the bike not come back to idle after twisting the throttle. I haven't had the traditional "no start" issue that keeps popping up for many people though. And it throws the code too. I planned on having the recall done when they check the valve adjustment. Luckily, I'm at the end of the season. Doing an internet search brought up some R1 riders that had a similar issue too. Being that Yamaha interchanges parts between models, I'm looking at the fix the R1 guys are doing. Could be a ignition switch or rubbed through wiring. Just wondering if any other S10 owners have had the problem.
 

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There used to be a very long thread about the wiring recall but i can’t find it right now, maybe someone else can find it ? many folks refuse to take the bike in for any recall. If I still owned my 2013 I definitely would have taken it in.
 
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Had similar issue when my bike was new (code 012 crankshaft position sensor)....check the tightness of the starter relay connection above the battery (& all high current connections including the battery & grounds)...mine was loose, no issue since being tightened. The S10 is very sensitive to correct voltage....the ecu self-diagnostic can manifest in sometimes unrelated error codes. Dialectric grease is you friend...get it on as many of your exposed connections as you can.
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