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F1 light

What makes that red f1 light stay on?
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What makes that red f1 light stay on?
I just got that the other day. First time ever, I called a few dealerships and they say to bring it in and they have to hook it up to some diagnostic computer to see if it's the valves or timing or what.

One even told me to warm the bike up and ride it and turn it off and repeat it a few times and that sometimes makes it go away. Another said they can also reset it and it might help.

Can anyone chime in?

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if its the red light on the right side of the dash its prob your oil light meaning a problem with the oil pressure
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With the engine stopped and turned in the self-diagnosis
mode, the service code [A] is displayed on the LCD (Liquid
Crystal Display) by the number of two digits.
If the problem is with the following parts, the ECU can not
recognize these problem. Therefore, the warning indicator
light (LED), FI and/or immobilizer warning symbols do not
blinks, and service code is not displayed.
LCD for Meter Unit
Fuel Pump
Primary and Secondary Fuel Injectors
Stick Coil Secondary Wiring and Ground Wiring
ECU Power Source Wiring and Ground Wiring
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Its not blinking or anything just staying on, is there a way to reset?
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with the engine stopped and turned in the self-diagnosis
mode, the service code [a] is displayed on the lcd (liquid
crystal display) by the number of two digits.
If the problem is with the following parts, the ecu can not
recognize these problem. Therefore, the warning indicator
light (led), fi and/or immobilizer warning symbols do not
blinks, and service code is not displayed.
Lcd for meter unit
fuel pump
primary and secondary fuel injectors
stick coil secondary wiring and ground wiring
ecu power source wiring and ground wiring
thanks for the info
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It also could be the the ignition switch, if ya put your bike in park the lights (city light tail light LP light) should come on if they dont then according to the 08's manual it says to replace the Ignition switch.. try that and see if those lights work.
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It's FI, F1 is a racing series.

Many reasons for it to be on, most commonly on from removing you exhaust valve servo, but it is similar to a Service Engine Soon Light on your car.
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It's FI, F1 is a racing series.

Many reasons for it to be on, most commonly on from removing you exhaust valve servo, but it is similar to a Service Engine Soon Light on your car.
ok FI NOT F1 BUT I DO LOVE F1 RACING LOL CAN IT BE CLEARED LIKE IN A CAR? IT JUST CAME ON I HAVE SEEING IT ON.
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mine would come on because the exhaust valve switch under the rear cowl(which is disconnected) got stuck in the closed position.bumped in a few times,sprayed some wd-40,and it opens and closes now.no more fi light.
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