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Old 10-09-2013, 11:10 PM   #1
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2011 CBR 1000 Engine codes

Does anyone know how to read them? I figured out how to make it flash but have no clue on how to read them. I would take it somewhere to just get checked but im just trying to solve it quick before I drop the motor. This way when I put it back I know it was something I did wrong and not from my recent crash. Any help is appreciated. Here is the video of it I made.

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Honda uses a combination of slow and fast flashes to dictate the code.
Give me a shout tomorrow with the number of flashes and I can pull the codes for you.
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Honda uses a combination of slow and fast flashes to dictate the code.
Give me a shout tomorrow with the number of flashes and I can pull the codes for you.
Sweet will do. I just have trouble counting the codes lol.
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Get a paper and write the flashes down: the slow ones will be first, followed by a pause and then the fast flashes.
If you have multiple codes there will be a pause after the fast flashes and another set f slow flashes will come up.
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