All Gens: So, your "FI" light is on..... - Kawasaki ZX-10R.net
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post #1 of 57 Old 04-07-2014, 04:52 PM Thread Starter
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All Gens: So, your "FI" light is on.....

First thing's first. It's an FI light, which stands for Fault Indication or Fault Indicating (or Fuel Injection as pointed out later. Pick your poison). It's not an "F1" light.

Secondly, the code(s) that is causing the indication can only be retrieved while the fault is active. The red LED and associated "FI" symbol on the LCD must be flashing for this procedure to work.

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Here is the procedure for the 2016+ ZX-10R (Generation 5):
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Note: Unlike the Gen 4, the system on the Gen 5 retains the codes for a longer amount of time until the system has gone through several ride cycles before automatically clearing the FI light and codes. In order to manually reset the system, follow the procedure below:



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Here is the procedure for the 2011-2015 ZX-10R (Generation 4):
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Here is the procedure for the 2006-2007 and 2008-2010 ZX-10R (Generation 2 and 3):
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Here is the procedure for the 2004-2005 ZX-10R (Generation 1):
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Once you have found the errors code or codes causing the light to come on, you can look up the actual problem in the service manual and go fix the problem. Without this number, there could be multiple issues with the bike ranging from minor (ie - exhaust servo motor) to something catastrophic (ie - crank position sensor, main throttle sensor, etc.) Don't take a guess! Pull the code and know your problem!

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Well done sir...sticky this

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Nice. Thanks dork


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Agree with Dude. Fantastic thread that should be stickied.

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Agree with Dude. Fantastic thread that should be stickied.
You could've stickied it for me, ya know. Since you are a Mod and all.




I actually thought I had already stuck the thread after I created it. But it is now.

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You could've stickied it for me, ya know. Since you are a Mod and all.




I actually thought I had already stuck the thread after I created it. But it is now.
I didnt know I was allowed yet! Lol!!

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Nice instructions. You're the man.
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Is it possible to turn that light off without taking care of the issue?
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Is it possible to turn that light off without taking care of the issue?
Yes, if you pull the LED off the circuit board. Otherwise, no.

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I recently got a tune and put on a Akra link pipe and now I have a FI code 67 which is
Oxygen Sensor Heater (Equiped Models) : If the oxygen sensor heater fails (wiring short or open), the ECU stops the current to the heater, and it stops the feedback mode of the oxygen sensor

Can anyone tell me what that is?
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