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Put it in dealer mode and pull diagnostic trouble codes. Then diagnose and repair the circuit thats causing the code(s). That will clear the FI light.

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How can I put it in dealer mode?
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You ground the white/red wire in the CRBM connector and count the flashes on the FI light. Then go to the manual in chapter 4 to find what diagnostic tree you need to follow to find your problem.

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