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FI code 23. Would putting a eliminating o2 solve problem?

Hey guys

My track bike recently popped up its FI light. When I went to check the code, 23 was the code given which is "o2 heating element".

I was wonder if I put a resistor on the main wiring harness to the o2 plug essentially eliminating the o2 sensor, would this resolve that issue?

Also there are 4 wires on the plug to the o2 sensor. Which ones do I bridge with the resistor?

It is a 2008 cbr600rr.

Thanks in advance.
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This write up should resolve the issue at hand
https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.php?t=184998



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Hey thanks Moeman. I've studied that post in depth haha however the bikes are different models so the wires are different colours.
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