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need some mechanic advise

i just bought a 2000 honda cbr 929 first bike ive ever owned . when i let it idle from time to time it will idle up to 5000 rpm on its own. is this typical is cold weather? if not what can i try to do to fix it?
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Re: need some mechanic advise

is it doing this in the morning when you first start it? and then after it warms up it doesn't do it again?


or is it doing it randomly regardless of how long its been running?
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i just bought a 2000 honda cbr 929 first bike ive ever owned . when i let it idle from time to time it will idle up to 5000 rpm on its own. is this typical is cold weather? if not what can i try to do to fix it?
Not normal at all.

The idle may reach 1800-2000 rpm, then settle at ~1200 rpm when hot, 5000 rpm is far too high.

Do you have a FI light on your dash?
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Burtonf166 my FI light is on what does that mean?
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Re: need some mechanic advise

deff high even with the cold i went out one night to start it up it was 19F and it idled at 2200 witch was even high for my 929
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Burtonf166 my FI light is on what does that mean?
It means there is a fault in the bike that the ecu has detected.

Turn your ignition on, killswitch in 'run', bike in N, kickstand down and bike NOT running, the red light on your should flash. If not, near your battery is a brown (pretty sure), 2P connector. This is called the service connector. If the light does not flash, then take a wire and short the connector (ie connect the two ports) and hopefully you'll get some flashes.

Count them

1 long = 10
1 short = 1

then,
https://www.fireblades.org/forums/att...-fi-codes1.jpg

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https://www.fireblades.org/forums/att...fi-codes-2.jpg
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Re: need some mechanic advise

yes the f1 is shown on the display and it only seems to do it when i first start it but if i start it and go for a ride n not let it warm up it doesnt seem to do it what can i do bout that fault?? thanks for your input im completely lost when it comes to this bike
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if it helps engine model number is SC44E200688. does this enginge model match the bike? vin num is jh2sc4404ym001049 plase tell me what u can bout numbers what they mean?

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You must decipher the code the ECM as set before you go any further as Burton has said.
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yes the f1 is shown on the display and it only seems to do it when i first start it but if i start it and go for a ride n not let it warm up it doesnt seem to do it what can i do bout that fault?? thanks for your input im completely lost when it comes to this bike

I think a workshop manual would be a very sound investment for you.

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im goin to order 1 asap just thought i would ask on here ive seen alot of good advice that has already helped me to better look my bike over ive been ridn for several years just finnaly bought one and now im seeing what really takes to maintain a bike
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It means there is a fault in the bike that the ecu has detected.

Turn your ignition on, killswitch in 'run', bike in N, kickstand down and bike NOT running, the red light on your should flash. If not, near your battery is a brown (pretty sure), 2P connector. This is called the service connector. If the light does not flash, then take a wire and short the connector (ie connect the two ports) and hopefully you'll get some flashes.

Count them

1 long = 10
1 short = 1

then,
https://www.fireblades.org/forums/att...-fi-codes1.jpg

or

https://www.fireblades.org/forums/att...fi-codes-2.jpg


When i turn the key on the light does flash it flashes 3 times quick and then 4 times slow what does that mean?
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When i turn the key on the light does flash it flashes 3 times quick and then 4 times slow what does that mean?
Your servo motor is not working.
This is the most common MIL code seen on the 929/954.

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would that cause it not to start because now its not running
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would that cause it not to start because now its not running

No, although it probably won't run as well as it did, especially in the top third of the tach.

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