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Well, I have read all of the threads related to the F1 light and followed them to the "T". Made the special tool, broke down the left side of the bike to reveal the white plug used the tool and the F1 light went out. There was not a code diplayed when the tool was inserted and the bike was turned on. Put the bike bake together again and pushed the start button and the light imediately came back on. This light just came on all of sudden. Nothing special happend. Went for a 20 mile ride when I was ready to return started the bike up as usual and the light appeared. Is there anything else I can do besides take it to Suzuki to solve the F1 light. The bike runs fine. I have moded the intakes (Thunder) with (Cobra sweep pipes) and F12000r fuel processor.

In the thread it mentioned that once the bike was turned on with the special tool a code should have been displayed, do you also have to flip the red switch or should the code appear once the key is turned on? There was not a code, I never hit the red start button durring this process. Should I have. Please help. Thanks.:':)dontknow:
 

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Well, I have read all of the threads related to the F1 light and followed them to the "T". Made the special tool, broke down the left side of the bike to reveal the white plug used the tool and the F1 light went out. There was not a code diplayed when the tool was inserted and the bike was turned on. Put the bike bake together again and pushed the start button and the light imediately came back on. This light just came on all of sudden. Nothing special happend. Went for a 20 mile ride when I was ready to return started the bike up as usual and the light appeared. Is there anything else I can do besides take it to Suzuki to solve the F1 light. The bike runs fine. I have moded the intakes (Thunder) with (Cobra sweep pipes) and F12000r fuel processor.

In the thread it mentioned that once the bike was turned on with the special tool a code should have been displayed, do you also have to flip the red switch or should the code appear once the key is turned on? There was not a code, I never hit the red start button durring this process. Should I have. Please help. Thanks.:':)dontknow:
What did you do with the S.E.T module when you done the exhaust, did you pull the wire out of the ECU??.

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Well, I have read all of the threads related to the F1 light and followed them to the "T". Made the special tool, broke down the left side of the bike to reveal the white plug used the tool and the F1 light went out. There was not a code diplayed when the tool was inserted and the bike was turned on. Put the bike bake together again and pushed the start button and the light imediately came back on. This light just came on all of sudden. Nothing special happend. Went for a 20 mile ride when I was ready to return started the bike up as usual and the light appeared. Is there anything else I can do besides take it to Suzuki to solve the F1 light. The bike runs fine. I have moded the intakes (Thunder) with (Cobra sweep pipes) and F12000r fuel processor.

In the thread it mentioned that once the bike was turned on with the special tool a code should have been displayed, do you also have to flip the red switch or should the code appear once the key is turned on? There was not a code, I never hit the red start button durring this process. Should I have. Please help. Thanks.:':)dontknow:
The ECU has to cycle for the code to appear, so if you have your kill switch flipped up, then yes, make to where you can start your bike. Put your bike in neutral, make sure you kill switch is down, and let the ECU cycle, then your code should appear.

Its sounds like the SET cam was put back on wrong, or you didnt put it back on when you replaced your stock exhaust. If this is the case, then you need to pull the pin to the SET to remove the FI light
 

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Don't know the pipes were installed by the dealer, should they have pulled the wire out of the ECU. The bike has been running fine until just the other day. The bike currently has 13K miles on it and the pipes/intakes/fuel module have been on the bike since the beginning almost. How can I tell if this has been done or not. :-\:dontknow:
 

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Don't know the pipes were installed by the dealer, should they have pulled the wire out of the ECU. The bike has been running fine until just the other day. The bike currently has 13K miles on it and the pipes/intakes/fuel module have been on the bike since the beginning almost. How can I tell if this has been done or not. :-\:dontknow:
If you just now got an FI light after 13K miles with the pipes, its probably not the cam. You have a new problem
 

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Well, I have read all of the threads related to the F1 light and followed them to the "T". Made the special tool, broke down the left side of the bike to reveal the white plug used the tool and the F1 light went out. There was not a code diplayed when the tool was inserted and the bike was turned on. Put the bike bake together again and pushed the start button and the light imediately came back on. This light just came on all of sudden. Nothing special happend. Went for a 20 mile ride when I was ready to return started the bike up as usual and the light appeared. Is there anything else I can do besides take it to Suzuki to solve the F1 light. The bike runs fine. I have moded the intakes (Thunder) with (Cobra sweep pipes) and F12000r fuel processor.

In the thread it mentioned that once the bike was turned on with the special tool a code should have been displayed, do you also have to flip the red switch or should the code appear once the key is turned on? There was not a code, I never hit the red start button durring this process. Should I have. Please help. Thanks.:':)dontknow:
When you put the wire in, did you start the bike? If not, you need to do it again. If you get a C-00 code, follow the steps in the link provided in my signature for disconnecting the FI light, after SET removal.
 

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I love the FI light

The past Friday I decided to check the coolant and add some if needed. I bought some from the dealer came home and took the left side raidator cover loose and added about 4 oz. of coolant. Put left side cover back on. Then on Saturday I went for a ride with friends and the FI light was on. Bike was running OK so I decided to ride and check the code later. After riding for about 55 miles with a lunch stop and then another 50 miles home the FI light was on the whole time. Stopped a mile from home for Dairy Queen ice cream and what do you know the FI light didn't come on and I've rode twice to work this week with no FI light?????????????

Sorry for long post.
 

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ON MY WAY TO DISALBE.

Finally did it correctly and got the C00 code, so I guess it time to disable the F1 light using BigPapas How to listing. Not sure about what the dealer did when the exhaust was installed. I guess my only alternative is to disable. Thanks for all of your assistance. :agree::bigthumbsup:

I may ride for a liitle while just to see if it goes off before I disable.
 

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BIG PAPAS CURE

Just wanted to let everyone know that the Big PAPA cure for the F1 light with the C00 worked just fine. Of course the light went out and bike runs fine. The wire was easy to locate and push out with a large sewing needle. Thanks again Forum for a job well done. I know you saved me coutless mod funds. LOL;)8):clap2:
 
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