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Author Topic: FI Lamp Stays ON!  (Read 512 times)

diegomussio

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FI Lamp Stays ON!
« on: May 10, 2016, 09:48:57 PM »

Hi everybody,

I have a GD 250i. The bikes runs perfectly but suddenly de FI lamps stayed on and never shut off.

I tray to contact dealers but in Argentina they are too few, to far and to expensve, they want me to charge U$S100 just to say me the error and why the FI lamps stays on.

Reading many post and blogs on how to obtaining the error code came to write this few lines:
1) Blinking code, a tunr it on and of 5 times and the lamps started to blink in this sequence - 10 3 5 1 ...... 10 8 5 10 - I don't know if i got it correctly, if so what does it means?
2) Try to reach the "Dealer Connector" so i can shortcircuit and the LCD displays the error, but couldn't find where is it... :(

Please can you help me out?

Thanks



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Re: FI Lamp Stays ON!
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2016, 10:34:57 PM »

That bike uses a Delphi ECU. It's only a guess, but I am thinking that this might help.

Delphi ECU Scan Tool Manual:

http://www.huntermotorcycles.com.au/dealer/Dealer%20info-%20website/Service%20and%20Predelivery%20info/Delphi%20Scan%20Tool%20Manual.pdf

Table 23:

P0351 = Cylinder 1 Ignition Coil Malfunction

Another source I found is http://www.launchtech.co.uk/dtc-codes-list/ which seems to agree.

P0351 - Ignition Coil 1 Control Circuit

P0850 - Park/Neutral Position (PNP) Switch Circuit

These two things sound like a problem that should be covered by your warranty.
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