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2001 Honda CBR 600 F lights flicker when using throttle

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SOURCE: Honda cbr 600f2 throttle adjuster?

Sounds like you were adjusting the idle mix screw on the carburetor. I think has OEM parts, with diagrams. Also, there are many forums for different motorcycles and their owners on the internet, I would try a Google search for the right forum for your bike. Good Luck!

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The petcock is what the fuel flows through when it comes out of the gas tank. It probably includes: * A switch with positions for On, Off and Reserve. * A fuel line going to the carburetors. * A vacuum hose attachment which attaches to a carburetor which tugs on a rubber diaphram to let gas flow through. * An overflow/drip valve from the vacuum area. It's located right under the tank on the rear/left side.

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SOURCE: My FI indicator light stay on on my 2001 honda cbr

It means a fuel system problem. You have to count the blinks and the number will correspond with the code number. You will have to take it to a Honda shop or other cycle shop if you can't count the blinks, or you don't have the code book information.

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