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Old 04-20-2014, 03:42 PM   #1
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Question What does this '06 ZX10 error code mean?

I got home from a ride and now I get a flashing dummy light and oil symbol after turning the ignition on. Needless to say, it won't let me start the bike.

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You need to see what service fault code is stored in the memory then you can narrow it down.


Turn the ignition switch ON.

Push the Mode button to display the odometer.

Push the RESET button for more than two seconds.

The service code is displayed on the LCD by the num-
ber of two digits.


Here is a link to the service manual.
http://volksdragon.net/dusk/06-07%20...e%20Manual.pdf
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I probably should have posted the whole startup video instead of just .gif-ing the dummy light.

I tried to pull the service code as Slash suggested (and even pulled my service manual off the shelf to make sure I was doing it right) but it didn't have any codes stored.

As for the obvious, yes it has oil in it. What confuses me is that even if it were out of oil or I had a bad oil pressure switch, I can't see why the ECU would bother locking out the ignition since it wouldn't detect a low oil pressure until after the engine has started. It's not like a fuel system that uses an an electric motor to pressurize the system before the ignition.
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Post on the zx10r.net forum. I'm sure someone will be able to help you on there.
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Thanks slash. I'll give them a try.
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Do you have the run/stop switch set to run?

Those lights are normal before the engine is running.

edit: fix the hold down tab for your brake reservoir while you're at it.
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I was bleeding the brakes a lot till I switched to the Nissin calipers. I guess now would be a good time to put the cap hold down back on.

And yes, the stop/run is in run.
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Since the dummy light is normal before starting I went out and tried it again and it started.

I noticed the neutral light flicker once so I'll check some of the harness connectors I fussed with a few years back when I wired my garage door opener into my lap timer button.
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