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Hello everyone my name is Rob I'm recently joining the Gixxer club LOL... And I have a brand new 2019 GSX 250R and I'm reading a F1 code and the check engine light on I need to know how Tanner dealer mode or wherever color codes for the switch are please if anybody can understand what I'm trying to say I need help it's my daily driver I'm homeless and this is all I have you can either message me on here or at Or feel free to text me please and thank you guys I really appreciate anybody with some advice on what type of upgrades I can do to the bike I like to pop wheelies and have fun so I can use all the help thank you

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Oh Man. Sorry Brother but I removed your cell and email from the thread. It is a real bad idea to post that up. Next thing you know you are signed up for Goat Porn Monthly or even worse Honda.com. Bots live that shit.

you obviously have inter webs so google is your friend. Lots of videos for the dealer switch. A paper clip or short price of wire is all you need.
 

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I can not find any for the 250. On the colors or the location of the terminal can u help me with that

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Should be a squarish terminal. Suzuki was pretty good about using standard colours in thier harnesses. Try the same for the 600. Hopefully the real tech gurus show up soon.
 

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Bobby?

If this was bought from a dealer, or not, it should still be under warranty?
Can you take it to a stealership and have it checked out?

Tinsnips has a good suggestion about could be the same as a 600, etc.
Usually under the seat, with a rubber boot/cover over the plug. Sort of Squarish. There are 2 wires you touch together to get it in 'dealer mode'. A paper clip can be used. Then key on and start bike, look at codes, etc.
Let us know what you find if you can get them read somehow.

I'm really thinking it should still be under warranty?

What city/are are you in?
 
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+1 on above. If it's under warranty... let you dealer handle the problem. I own a GSX250R and love it... but the thoughts of removing both lower and upper side cowlings to get into something I'm not sure I can fix... don't interest me in the least. That coupler could be under the seat... could be up and under the right side of the front fairing with the fuse box.... or could be under the fuel tank. That's a lot of frustration to go through when you're just hunting and pecking... and still not sure you can remedy the problem. :whistle:
 
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