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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-21-2011, 09:55 PM Thread Starter
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okay i just noticed the other day when i first crank my bike for the first few seconds the fi comes on.it does not blink its just solid.ive been looking online before i decided to ask here.seems most ppl have where it blinks and the oil light flashes and etc.my bike runs fine shows no problems.im leaning toward maybe o2 sensor but im not sure.any help would be great.would like to solve prob without going to a shop.

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If you are in the US I don't think you have an O2.

If the light turns off shortly after start up, you are fine. It is normal

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i wasnt sure.i have a slip on and someone was telln me that i needed to by a o2 sensor bypass since i have a slip on.

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i wasnt sure.i have a slip on and someone was telln me that i needed to by a o2 sensor bypass since i have a slip on.
With just a slip-on you shouldn't need to bypass your O2 sensor, with a full system you would need to as there would be nowhere to put it... and that's if you even have one to start with...
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