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post #41 of 57 Old 04-07-2015, 11:06 AM Thread Starter
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post #42 of 57 Old 04-07-2015, 11:08 AM
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Ah 15 years Air Force here. Wanted to be a fighter pilot but ended up just being a Crew Chief on fighters for 11 of those years (F-16, F-4, A-10). I did get a ride in my F-4 though and did do engine runs on them which is about the closest I got (other than flying Cessnas).

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Ah 15 years Air Force here. Wanted to be a fighter pilot but ended up just being a Crew Chief on fighters for 11 of those years (F-16, F-4, A-10). I did get a ride in my F-4 though and did do engine runs on them which is about the closest I got (other than flying Cessnas).

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Ah, sorry for the derail on the thread. :) There was a time I thought about leaving the Air Force and going into the Army on the warrant officer program to fly helicopters. I even went down and took the written test at Fort Jackson and scored very well on it. But, before going too much farther with that I decided it would be harder on the family life so didn't pursue it further.

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Does anyone know what a FI code of 23 or 24 means for a 2011 zx10? My speedo also quit working
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Does anyone know what a FI code of 23 or 24 means for a 2011 zx10? My speedo also quit working
Code 24 is Rear Wheel Rotation Sensor, manual says if this is bad it will stop the S-KTRC
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I wonder what could be wrong with it. I just changed tires so I guess ill have to double check everything
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I wonder what could be wrong with it. I just changed tires so I guess ill have to double check everything

You nicked a wire, the sensor got struck, the sensor is dirty, the sensor is spaced to far from the sensor ring, the sensor ring is damaged, etc. Should not be too hard to pinpoint
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I have a 2008 with the following mods: block off plates, quickshifter (blue monkey motorsports QSE), Brocks full exhaust, Bazzaz, and servo eliminator. Currently showing a code 64 (Air switching valve malfunction, wiring open or short).

Any suggestions on what to check after making sure that all connections are solid? My brother put it together for me and rode it to make sure that nothing major was wrong, and says that it rides solid except for some slight decel popping at speed. He's a dedicated Suzuki (Busa worshiper more like it), and he had a big ass grin on his face after bringing it back.
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The switching valve is on top of your cam cover and connects the 2 ports that feed into the exhaust ports for smog. There is very little in that valve, it can be easily checked; according to the manual the resistance between the 2 pins should be 20-24 ohms and it shows how to connect it directly to the battery to check the internal operation. Looking at the schematic it would appear the W/R is the voltage and the R/BL goes to the ECU and most likely is grounded in the ecu. I'm not at the shop so I do not have one to look at but when you have it off and in the orientation shown in the manual you can verify which is the voltage side and which the ground, that will also tell you if the ecu is grounding or providing voltage.
If the valve is good then you have check out the ecu/wiring: if the ecu is grounding Vs providing voltage then with the ignition on a volt meter set to ohms and placed between the R/BL to ground should have continuity if it does not then either the wiring is bad or the ecu. I'm betting it is not the ecu.
The ports in the cam cover are blocked off in my engines so I do not use this and just ignore the code ( I can do that in my application) or put the 24 ohm resistor in the wiring harness where I cut out the connector.
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