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post #1 of 9 Old 02-02-2010, 04:06 AM Thread Starter
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Help with FI codes

Hi, this is my first post here so thanks in advance to any one who can help.
I recently bought a 04 ZX10R at a salvage auction, and i am trying to get it running before i start to do any repairs.
I have ran a self diagnosis and am getting code 35 (immobilizer amplifier)?
I also have a spare connector from the headlight loom, its the one with the yellow centre (the one that doesn't go to the connecters on the bracket).
Yesterday when i got home i pluged the headlight and gauge in and tried to start it and it would turn over but not fire, also i couldn't hear the fuel pump prime. Now when i try to start it all i get is an electric buzzing sound from somewhere near the battery (still no fuel pump).

Thanks for reading, hope someone can help.
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post #2 of 9 Old 02-02-2010, 04:23 AM
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Sounds weird but the immobiliser amplifier is something with the key if I remember right...could be wrong though...That electric buzzing sound is your exhaust servo turning over...not a big deal!! I don't know a lot on this matter really...All I can say is search it out tell other members tune in...Good luck man, doesn't sound like its a huge problem if the bikes at least turning over though..I bet its something so small like a wire or sensor just broke/lose from something...No electrician go figure haha....Good luck and to the site



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The immobilizer amplifier is the red ring on your keylock, there should be a cable on it with a white? connector. This goes to a small box which is bolt inside the left upper fairing. It will not start until you connect them.
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^^^Good shit man...I new it was something with the key at least lol

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Thanks for your help man but i think i figured it out. I put a multimeter across the battery and only got 10.5 volts, maybe thats why it no longer wants to turn over. As for the buzzing sound it only happens when i hit the starter button so i don't think its the exaust servo, just a dead battery.
The biggest problem is i think i am completley missing the immobiliser amplifier.
Do US bikes have the immobiliser? What does it look like?
This is the first ZX10R i have owned so still learning
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You guys are quick
The red ring on the keylock i have, the box inside the fairing i don't
Hope its not expensive!
Thanks for the replies, think i could get one on ebay?
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The immobiliser will be synced to your ECU.Do you have all the keys or just 1?
If your ECU isn't getting a signal from your immobiliser it won't start.You might need a good auto elec to sort it.
I'm in Australia and my immobiliser is inside the key.So getting a blank key cut wouldn't start my bike.
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I am in Australia too. Only got 1 key, but my understanding of it is (and I am probably wrong) that the immobiliser amplifier just amplifies the signal from the key so the bike can recognize it.
That being said i can't find the amplifier on Bike Bandit only the bracket for it.
Hope this doesn't get too expensive as i only want to track this bike.
Anyone know how to bypass the immobiliser altogether?
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I am in Australia too. Only got 1 key, but my understanding of it is (and I am probably wrong) that the immobiliser amplifier just amplifies the signal from the key so the bike can recognize it.
That being said i can't find the amplifier on Bike Bandit only the bracket for it.
Hope this doesn't get too expensive as i only want to track this bike.
Anyone know how to bypass the immobiliser altogether?
Yes, you can find an ebay one and get the job done.
There is one way through Kawasaki, but it's waaaay expensive.
To find the part number, you need to goto a Kawi dealer and give them your VIN.

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