Question about 2002 Honda CBR 600 F(4)i
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: change headlight
Doing a search I saw your question come up, hopefully this is not an old question. ANyways, under the front edge of your fairing there is a small black rectangular plastic piece held on with 2 screws and two clips. Remove the clips by pulling on the centers, they should come right out, this will give you access to the back of the headlight. There you will need to unplug the headlight and the give the light a turn and it should come out of there. Make sure not to touch the new bulb with your bare fingures as this will shorten the life of the bulb, clean with alcohol if you do, hope this helped.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: FI light comes on. Honda CBR 600
FL stands for Fuel Injecton. Your fuel injection sensors have found a problem and the onboard computer chip is telling you. You must have a dealer read the computer code to find out what the problem is.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
you have a fi fault revmove the seat cowl on the left hand sise you will see the cdi unit (black box with wires going to it) you should see a black conector with two wires going to it bridge the wires with a pice of wire or split pin turn the igntion switch on and count the blinks one long one means ten recored the the blinks and phone a dealer and ask them for the fault code.to reset the the light pull out the bridge and the light should stay on or blink repeted turn off the switch make sure the kill switch is set to run hope this helps
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
It comes on every time the oil pressure falls below a preset level. If you are running out of oil (because the level is low), then 1) shame on you for not checking the oil level frequently! It's not like you have to lift the hood, or anything hard like that, and 2) don't drive it at all until you get some oil in there!
If you have plenty of oil, then you could have a stuck oil pressure relief valve, a blocked oil pickup, a worn out oil pump, an unbelievably clogged oil filter, or an internal oil leak (from a crack, or something coming loose).
In a water cooled car, the water only does 60% of the cooling. Another 20% is by aire passing over the engine surface, and the rest is carried to the oil sump to be cooled by air passing over the pan. Motorcycles have highly finned oil sumps for a reason: They shed a lot of heat through the oil. If you are low on oil, you will be low on cooling, too.
If you fill up with oil, but you still overheat, you probably have an excessively lean fuel mixture. If that is the case, and you let that continue, this bike won't last very long.
I just checked and found that this is a water cooled engine. So yes, you probably need coolant -- check into that right away. If the water pump gets dry even for a split second, the seals (lacking the lubrication that the water provides) will be destroyed -- it happens instantly.
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
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