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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-15-2017, 01:00 AM Thread Starter
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07 600RR FI light 34

Ok so after owning this bike for 3 hours i've popped what i can determine is code 34. Key on, kick stand down, FI light flashes 3 long, 4 short. From what the internet says, its something to do with the exhaust valve. It does have a slip on, however it's after the valve and i have trouble believing that the slip on is the issue.

I found a service manual online, and its pretty tough to navigate as its a scanned copy and not searchable. The index, troubleshooting, and exhaust section don't say anything about this code and I don't feel like just taking a couple comments on the web as truth. so..

A: does someone have a link to a better/searchable service manual for an 07 600RR and
B: does someone else have experience with this issue? Certain wires that i can check continuity?

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when you power on the bike does the servo move then park itself? is it plugged in? have you looked at it at all?
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as wibbly said - may be the valve is not cycling correctly. possibly broken wires or connector corroded or disconnected.

error codes are in the EFI section of the manual.
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sometimes valve gets stuck.....when you key on, the valve cycles/open shut and determines whether functioning ok.

valve is moved by a small servo motor up in battery tray and has a couple of drive wires to valve just by cat bulge in exh system.

if valve cant open/shut fully, or if wires dont move freely, that can cause code....
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Alright I'm almost done with a 72 hour shift, I'll check it tomorrow. Can you hear or see the servo moving? What are some common fixes for it not working?
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snapped drive cable, valve seized, burnt out servo motor, corroded electrical connectors, broken wire......
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Well it looks like there isn't even a servo motor in there. I guess it would have paid to learn about this bike a bit before purchasing. Is it better to replace everything or just do the resistor mod?
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