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FI light i have a 2006 gsxr 600 with the fi light. need help.

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Its common on those if you take the tank/air filter box off on the right side of the throttle bodies there is a plastic box with a wire that needs to be resoderd but a dealer sould be able to read the code

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The biggest difference is that the 2007 GSXR 600 has fuel injection instead of carbs. The FI symbol will alert you that the sensors on the Fuel Injection system have found a problem. When that happens, a dealer will be needed to hook up a code reader to see what the problem is. A dirty air filter is something you can fix. A fuel mapping problem is for the dealer to fix. Minor FI problems still let the bike run. Major problems shut down the fuel system so the engine will not even start. Other than that, just be sure the bike shifts smooth and easy and that all electrics and brakes work properly. How old is the battery? How much life is left in the chain? Does the clutch operate properly? How soon before new tires will be needed? I hope this helps. Please rate my answer.

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lol just so you know this is the third fi i have responded to tonight on gsxr bikes a 600 and a busa and now yours if the pump isint prime then it may be the relay a link i will give you will help to try and find out the code to get the code you will need a paper clip and bend it over then take of your rear seat or rear cowel and o the left hand side you will see a white connector with 2 wires going into it that is for your ecm the brain of the bike and will show the cause of your red light check it out and if i can help anymore i will do best of luck bud http://www.gsxr.com/showthread.php?t=1234&highlight=codes and also this is very easy to do bud

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The bike starts fine, but when idling it goes up and drops in rpms, and the fi light is on


some of these fi lights are caused by after market exhausts will have to get the code number to find out the problem http://www.gsxr.com/showthread.php?t=1234&highlight=codes i know this a gsxr list but will be similar causes and solutions hope it helps

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Fi code came on on my bike its an07 gsxr 600 how do i find out whats wrong


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I just installed a KR Tuned exhaust on my 2008 gsxr 600. The FI light stays on after putting on the full exhaust.


did you replace the o2 sensor?, might need a remap of the ECU to find the right fuel mixture. Change the air filter, K&N or something similar to get more air in. bunch of possibilities really

Aug 16, 2009 | 2008 Suzuki GSX-R 600

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The FI light is letting you know there is a problem with the Fuel Injection system on the bike. You will most likely need to take it to the dealer and have them diagnose it with their computer. You can check your fuses and make sure they are intact, but most likely dealership problem.

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I have a 2005 gsxr 600 an a red light lights up on the dash an were the temp is it says f1 an has a slight miss in it


That FI message is a computer warning telling you something is wrong with your fuel injection system. Have you installed a power commander or fuel nanny recently?

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