Question about 2005 Suzuki Boulevard C90T
We have a 05 suzuki c90 boulevard, we live in NB Canada, started it up on a warm day a week ago, the fuel injection light came on and stayed on and the fi is flashing in the info center below speedometer, whats causing it and how do we reset?
@C90T K6 Man
I almost feel like your first paragraph is condescending! It is quite absurd to think that we might believe the FI light is telling us something is going extremely well and it wanted to tell us! I can't even think of a name for this site had that been the case!
The rest of your info is awesome though! So, I give you 18 thumbs up! I looked up the part number for the mode selector switch. It shows up as being 13 bucks here. The manual on the other hand is a different story...at least for myself. I wasn't able to find any manual, let alone a Clymer's manual online for my bike. I was able to find one for an '05 C90, but it's not a Clymer. So, gdh6 is in luck. The manual is only 28 bucks here. I'd assume that it details out the trouble codes that would result from utilizing the mode selector switch. Seems like that would be important content NOT to have in a manual.
Yes, I wrote a novel of a post with mostly useless information. The only thing you got were links that took less than one minute via goog. Enjoy! Mwahaha!
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
The Fi light and indicator mean there is something in your fuel injection, or ignition systems, that isn't right, and it has left a trouble code (just like your cars engine light).
You either need to take it to your local dealer/cycle shop and get the bike looked at, or get a "mode selector switch" from your dealer (part# 09930-82710), get a Clymers manual, hook the switch up to where the manual says to (a plug just under the steering head covers), get the trouble code, and cross check it with what it says in the Clymers manual.
From there the manual should tell you what to do to narrow down what your problem is.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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