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I'm new to the site, i have done research on the F1 code that shows in the temp area with the red light. But i havent really figured out whats wrong still. This is what my bike is doing-
-Turn the key on, efp wont turn on and the F1 and red light comes up. And the bike wont start.
-Turn the key off turn it back on, efp kicks on and no F1 light and no red light. Bike starts.
-Bike will sometimes back fire while riding( almost like it loads up maybe? but its FI)
-When slowing down still in gear, then pull the clutch in to stop the RPM's jump up to 2,000ish and stay there steady. If i rev it will go back to 1,500ish.
I honestly don't know much about motorcycles as far as mecanically. I read about the the dealer switch and it will give you the code. I'm still trying to figure that out but having some trouble.
bike is a 2005 GSXR 600.
Any help would be great.
Thanks!
 

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its around the same area. i have a 04 and i know the 04 and o5 is the same body...im guessing its in the same place.. look under your seat and then its going to be in the very back its behind a big cluster of wires and connectors. just look for a connector with a rubber boot on it.
 

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Thanks guys for all the help.
Whats the odds of it being low on oil and the F1 light coming on? i know there is a check oil light but that has always come on since ive had the bike when i just turn the key on. but its never really been low on oil. I just changed the oil though right before we went down to Tenn. and i put three full quarts in, use three for doing wheelies and it isnt that much more anyway. But it seems like the oil isnt showing up in the window, but i know i put three quarts in and i know its not leaking oil....idk just a concern, its been confusing me.
 
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