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Resetting FI light

I have an '06 RR. The manual says to jump two wires together but the connector has four so I'm not sure which two to jump. Anyone? Thanks!
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Anyone? Someone must know how to reset it..
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If I'm not mistaken its the green and brown wires.

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If I'm not mistaken its the green and brown wires.
Have you done it before? I just wanna make sure it's the right wires before I fry the electrical system or something.. :icon_lol:
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according to the service manual its those 2 wires.

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dude, all you have to do is unplug the two big connectors coming from the headlight on top of the left ram air duct. plug them back in (all while the bike is off), and the FI light will reset. no need to buy their BS tool or short wires and ish like that. figured this out when i synchronized my starter valves and the FI light went on when i disconnected the PAIR valves.

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dude, all you have to do is unplug the two big connectors coming from the headlight on top of the left ram air duct. plug them back in (all while the bike is off), and the FI light will reset. no need to buy their BS tool or short wires and ish like that. figured this out when i synchronized my starter valves and the FI light went on when i disconnected the PAIR valves.
Awesome stuff man, that worked. Very sweet shortcut, they should stick that in the manual. :icon_stud
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hahahaha!! yea, they just want you to go buy their BS tool....f-ers....

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