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FI light coming on 07 gsxr 750 - June 15, 2009, 08:46 AM

Anyone have any experience with this? When I pull over and turn off the bike, sometimes it goes away.
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June 15, 2009, 08:49 AM

Any recent MODS? you can pull the code pretty easy... I'll try to find the link. The most common problem is your set valve isn't EXACTLY where it needs to be.

Edit: Actually if it comes on when your riding, it may be something else. I'll find that link for ya


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June 15, 2009, 08:51 AM

http://www.gsxr.com/showthread.php?t=1234
Shows how to get to dealer mode


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June 15, 2009, 09:02 AM

It does come on when I am riding also. I also put a 2 bros pipe on it
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June 15, 2009, 09:09 AM

You just have to put a dealer switch on to figure it out... or you can take it to the dealer.


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June 15, 2009, 09:10 AM

if the bike has been over on it's side..the FI light will come on and remain on until "all systems are go" doesn't take long though. It's the tip over sensor, sending the signal to the ECU saying "hey i'm upright again, everything is cool" haha

ur tac should say one of two things when the light comes on, FI or CHEC

FI = a problem with the fuel system
CHEC = jump the dealer switch as it could be a number of things.

a tip over will = CHEC and the light will remain on.
trying to start it in gear = CHEC and the light will remain on
over heating = CHEC
fuel pump, fuel injector connections, etc etc = FI

sounds like you just need to clean ur connections and plugs. I don't think that light could be on without power....

If you turn the key to the on position and leave it...the light will remain on - which is fine.

The light must be on when you do this. The bike must at least be in the ON position. Take a small piece of wire and bridge the points in the dealer switch in ur trunk. Then look at ur tac - u'll get the FI code...C** <--- 2 digits. C00 means ur good to go. I actually posted the FI Code list on this website...u can search on here as well. Post up the code when u find it, or search gixxer.com for "FI codes" then find the code and fix the problem.

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June 15, 2009, 09:17 AM

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It does come on when I am riding also. I also put a 2 bros pipe on it
doubt that would have anything to do with it. Could be an air management issue....again i doubt that because it's fuel injected and can adjust itself to more/less air and fuel. It'll help once you get the code. A shop will charge u stupid money for something you can do yourself in 5 minutes.
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June 15, 2009, 09:27 AM

I have an 07 GSXR 600 and mine comes on every now and then. Its pretty common on the bike and it will usually go away if I turn off the bike with the kill switch (i just leave mine on all the time) and then restart it. if you search around www.gixxer.com its common.
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I started getting this error on my Nova Scotia ride. I got it in dealer mode, and it is C28 for me - bad STVA. It's a documented issue on the gixxers. If the dealer doesn't warranty it, it's a fairly expensive fix because you have to buy the whole throttle bodies. Or you can try soldering some connectors, which is what I will try first.

When you ride (not at standstill at neutral) can you get it past 12K rpm? If not, I bet it's STVA.
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June 15, 2009, 09:58 AM

damn...07 gsxr's must be the suck lol j/k

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Don't go crossing over wires on your dealer mode switch on the new GSXR unless you know which 2 wires to cross (there are 3 wires in the plug). I was told by the suzuki service rep that if you cross the wrong 2 wires it WILL destroy the ecm. Im sure you can find out which two wires to cross by using google. Also the STVA has a much longer warranty than the suzuki supplied 1 year, the throttle body and STVA has a 5 year warranty because they directly effect the emissions out put of the bike. I know you won't believe me and many shops will say thats not true but call suzuki customer care and they will let you in on the little secret. With that being said I have replaced 2 throttle bodie assymblies on 3 year old gsxr's under warranty so I know it's true so get the bike to a good shop and get it taken care of.
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June 15, 2009, 12:44 PM

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STVA has a 5 year warranty because they directly effect the emissions out put of the bike.

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June 15, 2009, 01:53 PM

This question is asked over and over...try using the search feature. If you just changed your exhaust, then most likely that is the reason. Either adjust your SET Valve or take it off like me and get more low end power!


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June 15, 2009, 02:10 PM

I'm pretty sure taking off the SET Valve reduces low end power due to the lack of back pressure. Just adjust the valve as it says in the owners manual and have your bike run like it should.


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June 15, 2009, 03:45 PM

FI light comes on when there are electrical interferences aswell .. might not be related to FI problem .. just saying


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