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Old 08-01-2015, 12:32 PM   #1
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Any F4i owners want a free oil change?

Here's the deal. I have an F4i at JB Cycles and we need to test my ECU to see if it works or not. I'm trying not to order one if I don't have to just to see if its the problem. If anyone has an 01-06 that would be willing to let him test it out on your bike he'll give you a free oil change. Your bike will definitely be in good hands with Jay. Any help greatly appreciated.

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Old 08-01-2015, 02:22 PM   #2
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A short/damaged wiring could have fried your ecu among other things. If so will just fry the next one you "try". Your probably best off buying one to try so you don't fry somebody else's.

I assume your not getting fuel or spark if the ecu is in question. If it was my f4i and I wasnt getting fuel or spark I would swap the pump relay with the blinker relay(same relays) and see if your getting fuel now. If you swap relays and still no fuel time to order that ecu assuming your turn signal relay is good. If it is a bad ecu(and they do just go bad sometimes) then I would take a close look at the plug and wires before slapping a new one on.
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Old 08-04-2015, 12:28 PM   #3
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Not trying to test someone else's ECU on my bike, but rather testing my ECU on their bike which I don't think would fry theirs. It is possible that some thing on the bike could short out the ECU. Except we have already checked all the inputs to the ecu with it passing book specs and in my mechanics last 25 years he's never had or heard of that happening.
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