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Hey guys, I was riding today and my FI light came on. The bike is stock.

The error code I'm getting is "62" The bike is running pretty ****ty. Does anyone know what this error code represents?
 

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I had this on mine. It was a throttle body sensor malfunction. The sensor is part of the throttle body and can't be purchased/fitted seperately. Get it to the dealers asap as mine also kept the throttle open when I had closed it!!!!
They will replace the affected throttle body under warranty.
Also if they confirm it is the throttle body and say they have reset the sensor then tell them you are not happy with that and you want it replaced.
 

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I had this on mine. It was a throttle body sensor malfunction. The sensor is part of the throttle body and can't be purchased/fitted seperately. Get it to the dealers asap as mine also kept the throttle open when I had closed it!!!!
They will replace the affected throttle body under warranty.
Also if they confirm it is the throttle body and say they have reset the sensor then tell them you are not happy with that and you want it replaced.
Thanks I appreciate the feedback. I think it is the sub throttle flies as they are making a weird noise when you prime the ignition. Funny thing, the FI light goes off when you conduct full throttle openings (ie. 6th gear roll ons) but then it comes back on.

Really didn't want to bring it in, but I guess I have no choice.

This blows.
 

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I had this fault after I pulled my subthrottle "flies."

On the right side of the bike (sitting in it) under the tank there is a sensor on the throttle bodies. You can access it by removing the right side fairing or loosening it and pulling it back. The sensor is held on with a screw... notice it is adjustable. Make note of where yours it - it should be painted. Pop the sensor off. It is spring loaded. Stick something into the sensor and twist it. Your error code should disappear. This is what controls the subthrottles. I had to twist it, turn the bike on and let the servo "grab", then reinstall.

The sensor can be installed incorrectly 90 degrees off. This is what happened to me. I had to twist the spring loaded servo 90 degrees then reinstall.

Fixed my error code.

Lou
 
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