I need to ask for help from the big brains in the thread here please...
Have just gotten my bike back (which is track-only now) from the mechanic/tuner, fixing a tune issue. That tune issue is now resolved, and the bike is now putting out the performance that it should; a-la new dyno numbers any way. (bike- 2013, and apparently a 'California' model, since I have/had a bunch of hoses that went to this tall square box for emissions or something, now all removed, except the hoses are plugged, and those were removed before the scenario below, which has just now unfolded, with no error codes on the bike before now)
Unfortunately, it has been returned to me, with the red FI light on, and a "I'll see what this may be", but I have the bike home, and he never looked up the FI code...
Definitely want to say a big 'Thanks' to all for the good threads and moderators, and a useful Search feature, which has gotten me this far.
Where I'm now stuck, and don't have the mechanical knowledge, is where to go next...
The bike is showing code '2d', and I have downloaded the service manual, and understand this is something for "Air Intake Solenoid Valve (Service Code 2d, Equipped Models)". I spoke to the mechanic, and he did say that he took off the air box to get at the ECU. Perhaps, he left something unplugged? He cannot say for sure.
Has anyone seen this, can someone please tip me to the best thing to check first, as he's a 35-mile drive away across Dallas, along with $6 in tolls each way (loading it in / out of the truck bed, etc)?
Current bikes: 2008 Honda GoldWing, 2013 Kawasaki ZX-10R (track only).
Over 112,000 miles on two wheels since Feb 2003.
2012 Novice season: Formula 40, Champion // Formula 1, Second Place // Superbike A, Third Place // Modern Classic, Third Place
2013 Expert season: Rookie Expert, Third Place // Modern Classic, Third Place