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Offline George

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FI light
« on: Aug 22, 2021, 03:04 PM »
Hi all
I am a first time proud owner of a 2006 Versys 650 well looked after with 6500 miles on the clock, i have done around 350 miles to date. today when i started her up the FI light came on and i noticed a marked decrease in power as if it was running on one cylinder.
Anyone had the same?
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George

Offline jdoyle

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Re: FI light
« Reply #1 on: Aug 22, 2021, 03:56 PM »
There is a self diagnostic but it is a bit tricky to read

Attached is the pdf from Towermans's secret resource  :123A:

Under the seat, along the right subframe rail is a short orange/black wire with a bullet connector

In order to read out the Service Codes below, ground that connector with a bit of wire with the motor
running.
The red FI light will begin to flash codes. There will be a 5 second delay and then the codes begin.
The first flash is always a LONG (1 sec) followed by either LONG or SHORT (0.5 sec) flashes. LONG
flashes indicate TENS and short flashes ONES.
One LONG followed by two SHORT = 12.
Two LONG, one SHORT = 21.
Three LONG, two short = 32, etc.
There is an interval of 1.5 seconds between TENS and ONES.
There is a 3 second
interval between codes.
To recover codes set in memory ground the self-diagnosis terminal rapidly more than 5 times within
2 seconds. The lead must remain grounded after 5 groundings for the remainder of the diagnostic
session. You can then clear codes from the ECU by pulling the clutch lever in for more than 5
seconds.
Malfuntion codes:
11 Main throttle sensor
12 Inlet air pressure sensor
13 Inlet air temperature sensor
14 Water temperature sensor
21 Crankshaft sensor
24 & 25 Speed sensor (24 then 25, repeatedly)
31 Vehicle-down sensor
32 Sub-throttle sensor
33 Oxygen sensor inactive (Europe)
51 Ignition Coil #1
52 Ignition Coil #2
56 Radiator Fan Relay
62 Sub-throttle valve actuator (sensor in range but not responding)
64 Air switching valve
67 Oxygen sensor heater (Europe)
94 Oxygen sensor out-of-range
« Last Edit: Aug 22, 2021, 04:18 PM by jdoyle »

Offline George

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Re: FI light
« Reply #2 on: Aug 22, 2021, 04:59 PM »
Many thanks for your response, much appreciated!
I will take a look but it sounds mind boggling!
Regards
George

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Re: FI light
« Reply #3 on: Aug 22, 2021, 07:22 PM »
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It might help to video the diagnosis with your phone or something and you can play back
I know it seems like a bit of a pain but if the FI light is on it means there is a fault code
Which can help narrow down weather its a misfire or an issue with the throttle body
I would not go playing parts darts unless you took off the plugs / coil sticks and there was something obvious :-)
J
PS look up Towermans uber secret resource and you may be able to find the service manual

Offline George

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Re: FI light
« Reply #4 on: Sep 10, 2021, 06:50 PM »
Found a free workshop manual thank you!
Following on from my recent problem i discovered that when i declutch the problem occurs so i bought a new clutch switch, same problem with the new switch in place.
I then bought a side stand bypass, same problem occurred with the bypass fitted so not the clutch switch or the side stand switch.
I then disconnected the clutch switch and the bike runs normal!
Any ideas anyone?
Many thanks
George

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Re: FI light
« Reply #5 on: Sep 10, 2021, 07:12 PM »
Ghosts, almost definitely Ghosts.
It's a good 80% chance.

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Re: FI light
« Reply #6 on: Sep 14, 2021, 08:45 PM »
so is the declutch problem seperate from the power/misfire issue?

Things that go wrong with MK1, cracked throttle bodies, that would loose pwoer and can light the FI light. The codes thing sounds more difficult than it is, if you can get vid then it becomes much easier to figure out
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Re: FI light
« Reply #7 on: Sep 17, 2021, 03:37 PM »
Nothing wrong with the throttle, the problem is when i declutch the FI lights comes on and the engine dies, i have changed the clutch switch and bypassed the side stand switch. If i decouple the clutch switch the motor is fine.
Regards George