Question about 2009 Suzuki GSXR1000
My Suzuki gsxr 1000 keeps showing the F1 light, what does this mean. @
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
FI = Fuel Injection. The FI computer is telling you that it has detected a problem and the code for that problem is "C13". Telephone your dealer and ask what that code C13 indicates is wrong. Then you can determine if you want to try the fix, i.e. "clean the air filter", or if the shop must do it, i.e. "# 3 injector is restricted".
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Posted on Jun 14, 2009
I have the same problem. I have heard that its an error that happens to a lot of Suzukis. It has something to do with the feul injection and it shouldnt effect the performance. Its just a matter of going to a bike shop where they can hook their computer and clear the fault.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
SOURCE: on a 2004 suzuki gsxr
FI stands for Fuel Injection. The fuel system sensors have detected a problem. It could be anything > a dirty air filter FI stands for Fuel Injection. The fuel system sensors have detected a problem. It could be anything > a dirty air filter restricting airflow, a plugged injector, an error in fuel mapping, any number of things. Serious problems can trigger the computer to prevent the engine from starting until the problem is fixed. You will need to take the bike to a dealer to have them plug in a code reader. The code reader will tell you exactly what problem has been detected. There is also a chance a sensor has gone bad and is giving a false signal. Keep that in mind. Now determine if you want to do the fix or have the dealer do it. Please rate my answer.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
SOURCE: Dash of my suzuki gsxr
Sensors in the Fuel Injection system have detected a major problem. The Fuel Injection system will not allow the bike to start if a major problem comes up. Take the bike to a dealer and have them hook up a code reader. This will tell them what triggered the alert. Bear in mind, it may just be a bad sensor.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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