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PostSubject: new to the forum fi problem   Wed 1 Oct 2014 - 20:20

hi guys
I'm new to the forum so just saying hi from sunny manchester lol.
could anyone give me sum advice on my f i light staying on all the time, only just got the bike and it seems to ride fine, just the lights coin my head in, also its let tin me flick into a and b mode?
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PostSubject: Re: new to the forum fi problem   Thu 2 Oct 2014 - 2:42

Jump the code connector on right side of bike, it's under the black triangular cover, it's a white connector with a cap on it. Jump the 2 wires that are across from one another, I think orange with white tracer and black with white tracer. Use a paperclip. Read the dash and do this while bike is running. It should read a code like c40 etc. Lmk what you got.
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PostSubject: Re: new to the forum fi problem   Thu 2 Oct 2014 - 15:58

hi guys its coming up c46, does anybody no what that means?????
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PostSubject: Re: new to the forum fi problem   Thu 2 Oct 2014 - 16:24

welcome to the forum m8, does this help ?


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PostSubject: Re: new to the forum fi problem   Thu 2 Oct 2014 - 16:26


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PostSubject: Re: new to the forum fi problem   Thu 2 Oct 2014 - 16:30

now I think its something to do with your exhaust system ,But I don't know how to help you , use the search at the top of the home page m8 , because this has been covered before , its some thing to do with valve censor not being blanked off or something

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PostSubject: Re: new to the forum fi problem   Thu 2 Oct 2014 - 16:42

forgot.i do the same thing,it came up with a code number,i cannot remember what it was,but it was wrong,sussed it out my self ,it was when i changed from cheap chine,s leavers to the more expensive asv,s.ended up gluing a piece of plastic to leaver to push the leaver pin in more.if that makes any sense to you.scratch
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PostSubject: Re: new to the forum fi problem   Sun 19 Oct 2014 - 17:49

@knecum wrote:
Jump the  code connector on right side of bike, it's under the black triangular cover,  it's a white connector with a cap on it.  Jump the 2 wires that are across from one another,  I think orange with white tracer and black with white tracer.   Use a paperclip.  Read the dash and do this while bike is running.  It should read a code like c40 etc.  Lmk what you got.
FYI this is wrong and doing so will cause the ignition fuse to blow. It's the white/red and black/white wires that need to be jumped. The bike also does not need to be running. Jump the wires and then turn the ignition on. Code will be displayed on the dash.
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PostSubject: Re: new to the forum fi problem   Sun 19 Oct 2014 - 17:52

2nd that. thumbs up 2
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PostSubject: Re: new to the forum fi problem   Sun 19 Oct 2014 - 18:18

After doing some googling The C46 is the EXCVA (exhaust control valve actuator). Seems to be a common issue with Suzuki's. There is some type of bowtie mod but I can't find any info on it. I need to figure out something as I had the same code show up yesterday. I read that some GSXR guys turn on the ignition switch and allow the pump to prime which opens the valve up all the way. Then the turn the ignition switch off and pull the wire for the EXCVA. No clue of this works for our bikes.
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PostSubject: Re: new to the forum fi problem   Wed 11 Nov 2015 - 10:35

I jumped the two wires, black white and orange green. The bike did not show me anything but the engine stalled and it doesn't start. Check remains lit all the time.
any help?
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PostSubject: Re: new to the forum fi problem   Thu 12 Nov 2015 - 5:13

@bonepeeler wrote:
I jumped the two wires, black white and orange green. The bike did not show me anything but the engine stalled and it doesn't start. Check remains lit all the time.
any help?

@knecum wrote:Jump the code connector on right side of bike, it's under the black triangular cover, it's a white connector with a cap on it. Jump the 2 wires that are across from one another, I think orange with white tracer and black with white tracer. Use a paperclip. Read the dash and do this while bike is running. It should read a code like c40 etc. Lmk what you got.

FYI this is wrong and doing so will cause the ignition fuse to blow. It's the white/red and black/white wires that need to be jumped. The bike also does not need to be running. Jump the wires and then turn the ignition on. Code will be displayed on the dash.

Sounds like you've jumped the wrong wires and you blown the fuse. Have a look at your fuses to see if any are blown.
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PostSubject: Re: new to the forum fi problem   Thu 12 Nov 2015 - 23:43

@Ants wrote:
@bonepeeler wrote:
I jumped the two wires, black white and orange green. The bike did not show me anything but the engine stalled and it doesn't start. Check remains lit all the time.
any help?

@knecum wrote:Jump the  code connector on right side of bike, it's under the black triangular cover,  it's a white connector with a cap on it.  Jump the 2 wires that are across from one another,  I think orange with white tracer and black with white tracer.   Use a paperclip.  Read the dash and do this while bike is running.  It should read a code like c40 etc.  Lmk what you got.

FYI this is wrong and doing so will cause the ignition fuse to blow. It's the white/red and black/white wires that need to be jumped. The bike also does not need to be running. Jump the wires and then turn the ignition on. Code will be displayed on the dash.

Sounds like you've jumped the wrong wires and you blown the fuse. Have a look at your fuses to see if any are blown.

Correct. Thanks.
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