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Question about 2012 Big Red MUV ... Check engine light blinking on Honda big red muv Check engine light slowly blinks ... My 2014 honda foreman 500 es 4x4 neutrallight blinks 4 long times and 2 short times and will not shift into gear.
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hi you will have to remove the seat cowling next to the ecm (black box left side with lots of wires going to it) you will see a black connector that is not pluged in to anything with the ign switch off and the kill switch set to run bridge the 2 wires with a split pin or a piece of wire turn the ign switch on and count the blinks on the dash a long blink counts as ten.to remove the codes pull out the bridge while the light is flashing.then run the bike and when the light comes on check the code agian write down the number of blinks and give dobles 02086687810 a call im sure they will tell you wot the code is
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
It means a fuel system problem. You have to count the blinks and the number will correspond with the code number. You will have to take it to a Honda shop or other cycle shop if you can't count the blinks, or you don't have the code book information.
The Fl lamp lights up when the computer finds a malfunction in the programmed Fuel Injection. There are 33 different codes. The offending code is denoted by how many times the Fl light blinks. Nine of the 33 codes do not show symptoms since the engine still runs okay. If the Fl light just stays on then the engine will not run because the computer will not let it run, (except in two cases). "MIL" translates as "Malfunction Indicator Lamp ". This is what the service manual says: " The PGM-Fl MIL denotes the failure codes ( the number of blinks from 0 to 33 ). When the indicator lights for 1.3 seconds it is equivalent to 10 blinks. For example, a 1.3 second illumination and two blinks ( 0.5 second X 2 ) of the indicator equals 12 blinks. Follow code 12 on page 5-26. When more than one failure occurs, the MIL shows the blinks in order of the lowest number to the highest number. For example, if the indicator blinks once, then two times, two failures have occurred. Follow codes 1 and 2 on page 5-12." BOTTOM LINE > A blinking light that can't be understood, combined with instructions that can't be understood make the entire Honda "malfunction alert system" totally worthless and a pain in the neck to the owner. Why can't someone in Japan write a computer program that would render something like " Code 23 error " instead of a blinking light that means nothing because it is not user friendly.
You asked what the FI light means. It means you are forced to take your bike in for service at a Honda shop and pay big bucks to the dealer for something you could have done yourself for $12.00. This is a built-in money maker for Honda dealers.
Blinking light means there is a trouble code.There is a procedure to manually pull codes from the computer.Have the codes checked,have them written down.It could be just shift solenoids,or could even be something more serious,but thats the starting point.