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Old 12-06-2006, 11:47 AM   #1
 
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FI WARNING LIGHT.....

HEY there can anyone tell me how to get the error codes from my bike. I got a list of codes from someone else, but I need to know how to get the light to blink to get the actual codes. Thanks in advance for any help.
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Re: FI WARNING LIGHT.....

I think it only blinks if the issue is actually happening. But my wife says I'm always wrong and I don't know anything about bikes.
If there's something the light needs to indicate, it should do so whenever it happens. Sometimes when you turn on the ignition key, sometimes when the engine turns on.
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Which bike?
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Re: FI WARNING LIGHT.....

If the ECM has any fault codes stored, the MIL light will start blinking the number of the code(s) when the ignition is turned on.
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Re: FI WARNING LIGHT.....

I have a 2002 954rr. So when I first turn the bike on I have to record those blinks?
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Re: FI WARNING LIGHT.....

Just count the number of long and short blinks. That will indicate which fault(s) your bike has. Check the articles section here for a list of the codes.
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Re: FI WARNING LIGHT.....

ok i'm stupid it's been blinking this whole time. so i have two long and three short. Does anyone have the manual and can tell me what it says. I appreciate all the help fellas.
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Re: FI WARNING LIGHT.....

2 long, 3 short = Code 23, a faulty O2 sensor.

Check out the list of codes here...

http://www.fireblades.org/forums/399655-post1.html
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Re: FI WARNING LIGHT.....

ok so I see the code 23 now. is the o2 sensor heater the same thing as the o2 sensor. Basically I'm asking if a new o2 sensor will fix the problem?
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Re: FI WARNING LIGHT.....

sorry to bring this thread back from the dead but I am having a similar issue on my CBR1000RR. I have on '06. I get 5 long and 1 short. I cant seem to find any info ANYWHERE on this error. Any tips?
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Re: FI WARNING LIGHT.....

According to the manual , a FI blinking is a prob with the fuel injection. But who knows in the new age of electronic controlled bikes, Sorry i have no code information, Im still trying to get mine started,
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Re: FI WARNING LIGHT.....

5 long and one short=51 blinks.... HESD linear solenoid malfunction.
-Loose or poor contact on linear solenoid connector
-Open or short circuit in linear solenoid wire
- Faulty linear solenoid connector
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