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Did a search on here didn't find anyone that had the FI light staying on so thought I would ask? Bike seems to be running as well as it ever has maybe a little better. Did the flapper mod, pair mod and installed a PCIII. Followed all instructions from Rogue forum and PCIII. My Fuel injection light is staying on. Only issue I had is a black and white wire that I didn't tuck away well enough got into the fan on the right side fixed that. Any ideas, do i just need to disconnect the battery and reset the system maybe?
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Download the service manual here

http://www.rc51.info/index.php?page=service

and follow instruction to perform a self diagnostic test on the ECU

What numbers are flashing?


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Download the service manual here

http://www.rc51.info/index.php?page=service

and follow instruction to perform a self diagnostic test on the ECU

What numbers are flashing?
Good call MakisRC51. the codes I got where 1 and 9 both loose connections. Will work on that this weekend if we don't have to work.
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Map sensor is mounted on the throttle bodies and the connector is located on the side of the rear cylinder. Unplug the connector on the sensor and use some dielectric grease in it and plug and unplug it 4-5 times on the sensor. Do the same thing on the connector on the rear cylinder's side.

Basically you should do that on every connector on the bike when you have the chance.

The IAT connector is on the airbox lid. Do the same to that sensor as well.

Then follow the instructions in the manual to reset the ECU and clear the stored fault data.

Then start the bike and see if the fault codes appear again.


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