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Phil

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2009 gv250 error codes
« on: June 14, 2017, 03:19:18 AM »

Hi all. Just checked for errors on my 2009 gv250.    Had 4 flashes then 2 flashes on the fi light.  Would anyone know what this means as i cant find anything on this.  All help will be greatly appreciated
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Re: 2009 gv250 error codes
« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2017, 07:49:06 AM »

If it is 2-4, 2-4, 2-4, meaning that IG coil, NO.1.
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Re: 2009 gv250 error codes
« Reply #2 on: August 29, 2017, 02:24:14 PM »

From the manual:

The “FI” check lamp “FI ” ① comes on for about three seconds whenever the ignition switch is set to “ON” position
with the engine stopped as a test of the injection system operation. The check lamp must go off after three
seconds.
If the check lamp comes on during normal engine operation, it means that the fuel injection system is not operating
correctly.
When this is the case, inspect the fuel injection system to refer to blinks signal of the “FI” check lamp “FI ” ① .

   CODE   MALFUNCTION PART         REMARKS
C15   1 5    Engine temperature sensor (ETS)
C17   1 7    Intake air pressure sensor (IAPS), NO.1   For NO.1 cylinder
C18   1 8    Intake air pressure sensor (IAPS), NO.2   For NO.2 cylinder
C21   2 1    Intake air temperature sensor (IATS)
C22   2 2   Oxygen sensor (O2S)
C24   2 4    IG coil, NO.1            For NO.1 cylinder
C25   2 5   IG coil, NO.2            For NO.2 cylinder
C27   2 7   Idle speed control solenoid (ISC solenoid)
C32   3 2   Fuel injector, NO.1         For NO.1 cylinder
C33   3 3   Fuel injector, NO.2         For NO.2 cylinder
C37   3 7   Secondary air valve solenoid (SAV solenoid)
C41   4 1   Fuel pump relay
C43   4 3   Oxygen sensor heater (O2S heater)

In the “FI” check lamp “ ” ② , the malfunction code is displayed from small blinks signal to large blinks signal.
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Re: 2009 gv250 error codes
« Reply #3 on: August 29, 2017, 09:16:23 PM »

Point two is the key there. Small blinks are first, then large blinks. Ergo the code is in fact C24.
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Re: 2009 gv250 error codes
« Reply #4 on: October 19, 2017, 04:17:38 AM »

Hi.  Thanks for all the help.    I replaced both coils with brand new ones. And I still keep getting the same error code...  4 blinks then 2 blinks.   Have also replaced spark plugs.   Not sure what's going on.     Have put new battery.  New stator and rectifyer in aswell.  New fuel pump is on its way.  Just had new tires fitted.  Thinking about just selling it
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Re: 2009 gv250 error codes
« Reply #5 on: October 19, 2017, 08:45:23 PM »

If it is in fact the front coil, then swapping the front and rear coils should change the error code.

Maybe it's a DOA coil?
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Re: 2009 gv250 error codes
« Reply #6 on: October 19, 2017, 08:50:01 PM »

I've also heard it said that it doesn't matter what rear coil you use, i.e. you can use a front coil in the rear, but you HAVE to use a front coil in the front. I don't know if that's due to them being different in some way inside the coils, or if it's just an issue with the length of the spark plug lead, ..or if it's just what worked for some dude and therefore they assumed it to be universal.
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