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post #1 of 6 Old 07-27-2008, 01:08 PM Thread Starter
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FI error 33 on EU ZX10

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While riding my 06 zx10r the FI warning lamp suddenly lit, nothing seemed wrong, so I kept going. When home I checked the error, it says "Oxygen sensor #1 (Europe models)", but what is that, is it the Lamda that is faulty? If it is the Lamda, maybe it is cheaper for me to buy a PCIII with the O2 sensor eliminator kit?

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My bike has KN filter, GIPro, 16t - the rest is standard.

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post #2 of 6 Old 07-27-2008, 03:30 PM
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Lambda is faulty or unplugged, or maybe has lead deposits on it from the wrong fuel ?
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Check for burnt through wires (short to ground or open...). A lot of times they'll cook on an exhaust pipe and burn through.

The service manual gives a pretty good breakdown on how to test it. :)

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Does anyone know how to reset the error, just to see if it pops up again right away.
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post #5 of 6 Old 07-28-2008, 06:44 AM
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Check the connectors for the lambda sensors, they are next to the header tank for the radiator and get all the water thrown up by the front wheel, and all the water runs down them when you wash the bike.

Beware, 06 and 07 sensors are different, the male connector on the 06 is female on the 07 and vice versa, there's two types of o2 eliminator for the PCIII depending on year.

I've coated mine in silicon grease to keep the water out.
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If the FI light is still on, it's a 'hard code'. The light will go off once the problem is fixed.The ECU will pretty much run the check every time the ignition cycles (on/off).

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