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when trying to start my bike F1 comes up then red light comes on then it flashes 8 times ...... i know this means a sensor has stopped working but does anyone know which one ?? thanks for your help ..
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when trying to start my bike F1 comes up then red light comes on then it flashes 8 times ...... i know this means a sensor has stopped working but does anyone know which one ?? thanks for your help ..
welcome to the site man. sorry your having trouble with your bike. id suggest going online and doing a search for "cbr 929 service manual pdf download," or buy one. there are lots of copies on the web for free. it has all the info you need and a lot more. itll even direct you to fixes for the code your showing and tell you how to check for other codes and how to reset your system. i cant post links on the forum for the download but if you search what i mentioned you should be able to find one pretty easily. there are a lot sites to get it from.

to answer your question though. 8 blinks is a loose or poor connection of the throttle position sensor, or a short in the wiring to the tp sensor, or a faulty tp sensor.

the manual will guide you on how to check your connection or test the wiring to the tp sensor or how to replace it if it is indeed a faulty part.

id start by unhooking the connection point. cleaning it up if its dirty or has corrosion on the pins, maybe throw a little dielectric grease in the connector n reconnect. then reset your FI system with the instructions outlined in the service manual n see if that helps.

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