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the Fi light is fuel injection or ignition fault check fuse to ecu or engine stop relay and stop switch. Poss fault on angle sensor although unusual. If the light is flashing its a case of counting flashes to get fault code worse case is ECU fault
have you done a cross wire test, under the back seat a white plug rubber jacket on it, pull off blk rubber, use a hair grip scraped on the concrete, fit into the two terminals that have wires, and the f1 on dash will change and give a code, if you need the codes let me know.
Hi. There ae numerous forums/site for your bike's FI codes. Since I don't know what code your FI is flashing, all I can say is put the FI code into your computer google or yahoo search area, and you will get an answer. Yiur FI should flash a few times first, and that is the first digit in the sequence. A second later, it should flash again, and that is th 2nd digit in the code. an EXAMPLE is 2 flashes, pause, 3 flashes...then repeats. That will be a code 23. Trust me, you will find the FI code online. Good luck!
hey mate, i had the same trouble with my bike came up red light with FI it ended up being the charging circuit and i had to replace the regulator/rectifier to fix it...
Im guessing the FI stands for fuel injection and there is not enough charge for it to run the fuel injection system...
could be the same problem with your bike, easiest way to check is to run a multi meter that is set to volts dc over the + & - on the battery and see what its got then start the bike and it should go fluctuate between 13.0v and 13.5v...
If it just stays on 12v and drops slowly it is not charging the battery!
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.
It sounds like the tilt cut off may be to blame. If you put the bike into self diagnosis mode it will give you a code. This code can be checked and the offending sensor replaced. The tilt sensor in the tail piece is one sensor that turns the fuel pump off and so stops the engine.