Question about 2008 Honda CBR 600 RR
Hi, Edwardsotoli you Mensa folks get all tied up in numbers that may be accurate but misleading, let me start with the fact that ECM's are virtually bullet proof and barring a nuclear meltdown are never the problem. I would be looking real hard at your EGCV valve/servo for wiring, adjustment or faulty integrity issues.
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Posted on Apr 09, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i had this problem before,i suggest first replacing starter valve w/ a chinese equivelent part(cheaper than honda but the same),can also replace w/ manual enrichener plunger, but it is inconveinent to access, or what i did was seal off plunger hole and squirted gas through fuel line and a primer bulb, teeing off from main fuel line run spigot fitting into plunger bore and jb weld to seal.now mount primer bulb in convienent location.definitely an unauthorized repair and a little tedious to fabricate ,but works like a charm, as those starter valves are notorious for not working correctly.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
The 12v coil on a 6v system will only give a weak spark at best. The coil in the photo should work very well assuming the wires are long enough. Any 6v twin coil should work. If you fit another coil and the bike has spark but will not start, swap the wires at the points. Don't purchase a condenser unless the old one has gone bad. If needed, get a 6v condenser matching the old one.
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Posted on Jun 16, 2009
There seems to be some short in the circuit of the high beam, you will have to follow the high beam wiring, best would be to get the color of the high beam wire frm the head light bulb socket and trace it along you will sure find somwhere the along it the short.
Check the light switch and the blinker switch too.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
AGREED, had the same problem; hesitation, skipping, popping at low speeds. Ran good w/ new plugs for short time. tried injector cleaner. No FI codes. Dealer couldn't figure it out after $200! I replaced the $26 fuel pressure regulator and she runs Great!!
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
the problem is within the wiring system. there is a loom that gathers all wires which is used at time of manufacture to test that the bike has been wired properly. once tested the loom is capped and has no other usage. this loom is not depicted in the wiring diagram and over time it degrades and shorts out causing the FI light to come on. the fix is to cut it out. I went through this on my 99 Blackbird. I found this fix on the blackbird site posted by a fellow from Britain.
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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