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ANYONE SEEN THIS PROBLEM?

MY TEMP/FI LIGHT IS ON DIM I NOTICE AFTER A LONG RIDE.

THEN IT CAME ON DURING GNCC RACE, ABOUT HALF WAY DIDNT NOTICE ANY PERFORANCE LOSS.

NOW LIGHT IS ON RIGHT AT START UP.
 

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Well i did notice that my ltr fan by the radiator comes alot more that my yfz fan, unless suzuki setup the temperature so the fan would turn on at a lower temp than it.
 

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Originally posted by mattmd
ANYONE SEEN THIS PROBLEM?

MY TEMP/FI LIGHT IS ON DIM I NOTICE AFTER A LONG RIDE.

THEN IT CAME ON DURING GNCC RACE, ABOUT HALF WAY DIDNT NOTICE ANY PERFORANCE LOSS.

NOW LIGHT IS ON RIGHT AT START UP.

Mines like that too...weird...I started it last night to put it away and it was on dim.
 

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I was at Budds creek last night and seen #19 loct creek racing have the same problem

team Yoshi came over looked at it the took the bike to gust trailer and put it inside.

I asked them what it was they wouldn't answer.

On a good note he was out racing this morning looked good.
 

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It could be maybe some mods might have changed something.
 

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We have 2 LTRs, and one was doing this same thing. Within being 10 minutes of new. What we did was turn the fuel petcock screw all the way in and then turn it all the way back out, and it went off. It was almost like it re-set itself..

BTW the red light means it has a FI failure. If it blinks 2 times a second its bigger FI problems.
 

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My FI light was on and then my quads just dies in the middle of the trail i was pissed so i checked my gas and i was empty sure enoph the dealer swaped the light cap things and the wire that was supposed to have the gas light cap had the temp/fi light so i just switched the top caps and no problems you could tell cause the gas wire is orange and black and the temp is red and black
 

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mine came on during practice today, i was worried so i cut my ride short, im going to try to reset the fuel peacock
 

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We have 2 LTRs, and one was doing this same thing. Within being 10 minutes of new. What we did was turn the fuel petcock screw all the way in and then turn it all the way back out, and it went off. It was almost like it re-set itself..

BTW the red light means it has a FI failure. If it blinks 2 times a second its bigger FI problems.
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I just uncorked, took the lid off, and installed a cb and rode it for the first time yesterday afternoon. The bike rode like a champ. We loaded the bikes up, took them home (30 minute drive) and noticed I had left the key on and in the run position when we were unloading the bikes. Then I noticed the red like continuously blinking and the bike would not start. However, I turned the key off and turned it right back on and the light stopped blinking and it started right up. Seem like an issue to you?
 

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I just uncorked, took the lid off, and installed a cb and rode it for the first time yesterday afternoon. The bike rode like a champ. We loaded the bikes up, took them home (30 minute drive) and noticed I had left the key on and in the run position when we were unloading the bikes. Then I noticed the red like continuously blinking and the bike would not start. However, I turned the key off and turned it right back on and the light stopped blinking and it started right up. Seem like an issue to you?
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No. Leaving the key on left the pump on. It was just sitting there recirculating fuel back into the tank. It got tired of waiting on you so it kicked the pump off, then kicked the FI light on. You reset things when you turned the key off, then back on. No biggie
 

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No. Leaving the key on left the pump on. It was just sitting there recirculating fuel back into the tank. It got tired of waiting on you so it kicked the pump off, then kicked the FI light on. You reset things when you turned the key off, then back on. No biggie
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Nice, thanks for the info clone
 

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I wonder how he knew that? :p
 

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I wonder how he knew that? :p
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LOL... no I haven't done it. It just sounded like a good answer. :D

Seriously, I'm not positive, but I'm sure the pump "timed out" after no fuel usage. Then the FI system noticed no fuel movement and sent the signal to the light. The switch action reset everything. I have myself convinced that senerio sounds good! :)
 

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LOL... no I haven't done it. It just sounded like a good answer. :D

Seriously, I'm not positive, but I'm sure the pump "timed out" after no fuel usage. Then the FI system noticed no fuel movement and sent the signal to the light. The switch action reset everything. I have myself convinced that senerio sounds good! :)
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Being a G.M. Tech for 6+years I dont think that is a bad diag.
 
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