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Hello---the F1 light is on because the engine computer has detected a malfunction from one of the sensors. This is a a fuel injection malfunction light. The red light means it is more serious and should be checked. You will need to have the fault codes pulled to determine what the problem is and what repair is needed to correct them. A speedo code will also be available for a malfunction.
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2004 Honda CBR... | Answered on May 23, 2019

check for spark, make sure the test plug is grounded to the engine or it can damage electrics

2004 Honda CBR... | Answered on Nov 19, 2016

remove the left faring undo the water pump mounting bolts not all the bolts around the pump just the two that hold it to the engine case pull the pump out about one inch the undo the sprocket cover and remove put the engine in gear and get somone to hold the rear brake on loosen the sprocket bolt undo the rear wheel axle nut and loosen the chain adjusters to put some slack in the chain then remove the front sprocket and fit the new one on put some lock tite on the sprocket bolt and do up tite with the bike in gear and someone holding the brake on put the water pump on and make sure it is lined up properley when you push it back in it should sit flush to the engine with an easy push.adust your chain and titen all the bolts and nuts and refit your faring.hope the was helpfull please leave feedback.

2004 Honda CBR... | Answered on Jul 30, 2013

Downloaded a user manual from the web Thanks

2004 Honda CBR... | Answered on May 08, 2013

you should be able to take your title with vin number on it to your local dealer and order new keys, shouldn' t be an issue.

2004 Honda CBR... | Answered on Nov 20, 2012

Honda doesn't or claims it doesn't keep record of their transponder passwords, which is prolly true. Dealership will tell you Barrel, and ecu need be changed with new set of keys and tank/passenger seat locks which will run you $1400+. In principal, you can purchase a new ecu with matched blank keys and have them cut to your current key code, which should run you $800ish but i don't know if they will do it.. other cheaper options include:
- $250-ish: send ecu to specialized shops that hack it (physically) and reprogram it and then send it back with two matched blank keys (plus $30-ish if you want them cut, but you need to send them the barrel also)
- $400-ish: buy used and hacked ecu with matched blank keys..then cut them yourself to your key code.
- $100-ish: buy used U.S. spec ECU eliminating HISS altogether, then you can cut keys that will work without programming the transponders, but you will need to alter your wiring harness or buy U.S. loom.( If you have a japan bike you have another wiring problem with the exhaust servo)

P.S. people telling you just to cut keys don't have /have dealt with HISS before.
Good Luck

2004 Honda CBR... | Answered on Nov 20, 2012

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