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Old 06-02-2014, 03:03 PM   #1
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FI light comin on & bike dies??

alright folks so I have a 2012 GSX r750 and have been having a few problems with my bike lately. first noticed the FI light come on about a month ago or so, pretty much a week or so after getting it back from Stubbs for the MC recall. well lately it has been coming on pretty much everytime I ride. seems to be boggy once light comes on. if im at a stop light and rev the engine it seems like it wants to turn off.

well I took it to Suzuki west and guess what? they said they could not find anything wrong with it. they did pull the codes which was for something about steering dampering and ISC rpm too low. well they didn't do a thing to my bike and said it was prolly my slip on exhaust. I still have stock cat so not sure what the slip on has to do with it. well I picked it up Friday evening after work and on the way home from the shop the FI light comes back on.

so a few days prior to taking it to the shop I was riding home and down shifting to slow down and the bike died twice on me. I had no idea that the bike had died because no lights on the dash came on. looked exactly like I was still in second slowing down. this morning I rode into work and the light came on again and it died on me twice while in gear. I did notice that both times it died on me this morning I was in like 3rd or 4th gear and had released throttle to down shift and it would just shut off. it starts right back up but not sure why I am having these problems??

im having a feeling it may be a fuel problem of some sort but not understanding why it dies while down shifting/releasing the throttle. if anyone has any input or questions please ask or tell. I need this fixed ASAP. please help.. haha..

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Old 06-02-2014, 03:05 PM   #2
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whats it idle at after its warmed up?

and did you do anything before it started messing up? like change air filter or anything you could have moved some wires-disconnected plugs...
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Old 06-02-2014, 03:27 PM   #3
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No I have not done anything to the bike prior to this happening. I did install some new brake and clutch levers but nothing performance wise. At about 140 degrees it's at about 1200-1300.

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take it to the dealer. Its obviously still under warranty.
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Old 06-02-2014, 03:35 PM   #5
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take it to the dealer. Its obviously still under warranty.
did that, to Suzuki west. paid 50 bucks for them to have my bike for 7 days and tell me nothings wrong with it. and light comes on on the way home from shop. not taking it back to that dealer.
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Old 06-02-2014, 05:07 PM   #6
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You mentioned that you installed a new clutch lever? It is still engaging the clutch safety switch? At least something to look into it.....
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Old 06-02-2014, 05:47 PM   #7
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The dealer said the ISC is too low correct?
ISC = Idle Speed Control
They need to adjust it with the SDS. typically adjustments aren't covered by warranty, but you may want to take it to the dealer you bought it from and see what they'll do for you.
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