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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-22-2006, 10:41 AM Thread Starter
 
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gsxr 1000 pipe change

I just put a new pipe on my 1000 i took of the cables on the exsust and put that valve back and pluged it in all is good but now my red oil light is on how come and what do i do to fix it?
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Send me an email to: [email protected] and I'll send you back instructions with pics
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Well R1... why don't you share here... I would interested in that...

What does the exhaust have anything to do with the oil light?




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Hooligan...be careful with that email link. is afoot.



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Well R1... why don't you share here... I would interested in that...

What does the exhaust have anything to do with the oil light?
If I'm understanding correctly, he's talking about the FI light coming on after installing a new pipe. Two Bros sells a "FI fix" for about $100. Micron sent me instructions as to how to "disable" the light so everything functions normally. This is the same "fix" recommended by Suzuki to it's dealers.

I'm rather "postingly challenged". It's a Word document with pictures. I could email it to someone who could post it on this forum for everyone.....any takers?
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Hooligan...be careful with that email link. is afoot.
I know what you mean. I used to get tons of emails trying to sell me Viagra....I suppose they finally figured out I'm to old to really give a S%$T anymore
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I know what you mean. I used to get tons of emails trying to sell me Viagra....I suppose they finally figured out I'm to old to really give a S%$T anymore




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If I'm understanding correctly, he's talking about the FI light coming on after installing a new pipe. Two Bros sells a "FI fix" for about $100. Micron sent me instructions as to how to "disable" the light so everything functions normally. This is the same "fix" recommended by Suzuki to it's dealers.

I'm rather "postingly challenged". It's a Word document with pictures. I could email it to someone who could post it on this forum for everyone.....any takers?
Yeah, I'm gonna e-mail you from your link.
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post #10 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-27-2006, 09:48 AM
 
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Here's the reading part. Pics to come...

Suzuki GSXR1000 FI light fix

Take off the seat by removing the 2 screws just beneath it and disconnect the battery

Remove the nut and bolt holding the original connecting pipe to the frame on the right hand side of the motorcycle. Remove the nut and bolt holding the silencer to the pillion footrest mounting, and slide the silencer and connecting pipe from the motorcycle still attached by the valve cables. Remove the cover and completely disconnect the two cables at the valve end from the operating drum. Tie up the cables to so that they do not hang loose

Find the large grey ECU plug under the seat as shown in the photo. Find the brown/black wire which is plugged into the 8th hole from the left on the top row (when facing the rear of the bike) and remove it.

If you do not have a terminal removal tool then cut the wire and insulate both ends

If you do have a terminal removal tool, press down on the clip and disconnect the plug. Remove the orange cover and remove the brown/black wire. Insulate the terminal. Replace the orange cover and re-connect the plug

Re-connect the battery and replace the seat
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Yep, exactly what Dlitalien said. I cut and insulated my wires. Just make sure you have them sealed up good if you use the cut method.
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The upload keeps failing. Damn.
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Got it...Remove that wire...
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