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Fault code 46 = Power Supply to the FI system
relay is not normal.
Maybe your battery is dying or not loading enough. if you ride the bike at low rpm (less than 5000 rpm) that could not allow the battery to load properly. Or you stator is failing. Or your battery is failing (maybe too old?) Maybe a short wire or a faulty connection, etc.
you have to remove the 4 alan key bolt on the sides of the fairings lift the rubbers up from the rear mirrors then there are 2 small black plastics crews with little spring rivets either side of the windscreen( under the rubbers) then remove the fairing inners. then unbolt the tankwith 2 alan key bolts and the tank should have a hinge at seat end and lift the tank. this should give you access to the air box and the battery. hope this helps. from wingy
refer to your manual under electrical. locate the flasher unit usually under the seat or around the battery box/fuse panel location. sound like you flasher is shot or the fuse . hope this helps live free ride hard.
All gas tanks have a vent to let air in to replace the gas as you use it, ussually in the cap. Most have a one-way valve so air can get in but gas can't get out, you found out why when the bike went horizontal. But if the gas gets hot, it builds a bit of pressure and your vent is leaking slightly. That's the whistle you hear and why the fuel spilled. A new cap should fix it.