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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-05-2007, 08:48 PM Thread Starter
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FI light on 07 600rr help!!!!!!!

my friend is having problems on his 07 FI light is on, i search but coulnt find anything, need help how to read the code, is trhowing 2 fast blinks pause the 1 slow blinks the 2 fast one again ...thanks in advance

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you don't have a honda service book? 2 flashes that last 0.5 seconds, then a pause then a 1.3 Second flash followed by two 0.5 second flashes right?

It's thorwing a #2 and a #12 code. #2 is a MAP Sensor performance problem and a #12 is a No.1 Primary Injector Circuit Malfunction.

unless he's missing the first 1.3 second flash, at which point forget about the #2 code.
 
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has he had the airbox off
the map sensor is bolted to the bottom of it an it can be a pain to hook back up correctly.
the hose is too short really. i ended up unbolting it and just zip tieing the sensor to the wiring harness.
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is the bike still under warranty? how bout taking it to the dealer? do bikes come with an OBD plug?

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is the bike still under warranty? how bout taking it to the dealer? do bikes come with an OBD plug?
there is a diagnostics plug. its the red one that is capped off under the seat. it just shows the code that the dash is blinking though.

just count the blinks look up the number.
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thanks for all the replies guys, yeah we took the air box off to install a new filter, ill check all this stuff out, and yes the bike has a warranty i just figure it was something small that we can fix ...

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The map sensor is the reason behind the FI light



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thaaaaaaaaat's my guess as well...

odd though he's getting a #12 too...
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like i said the MAP is a PITA. just unbolt it from the bottom of the airbox. it makes it easier to plug the hose and wire back into. since it doesnt have to be bolted there just zip tie it to something stable.
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can having the MAP sensor disconnected cause problems with your exhaust?

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can having the MAP sensor disconnected cause problems with your exhaust?
Depends on what the exact problem is...
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Depends on what the exact problem is...
well considering that the MAP reads engine vacuum and adjusts the injector pulse accordingly i can see where it would probably destroy the air fuel curve
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