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    On my way back home I started getting a FI error and my TL cut out.

    It goes ok up to about 4500 RPM and after that it just cuts out and the FI red light flashes and I get a FI error on the display. It happens like clockwork after about 4500RPM.

    I searched the forum and found that you have to short out the dealer mode switch when the error comes up to see what the problem might be.

    I first checked the switch and shorted it the display said c00. I then took it out on the road took it to about 4500RMP for about 2 second and FI came up and it cut out. Applied the short, but only got a c00. took the short off, get a FI put the short back c00. Am I doing something wrong, pleassssse someone help. I live about 600 KM from the nearest dealer.

    After it cut out, if I switch it off and on, it is immediatly ok up to the first 455RMP and then ......DESPAIR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • #2
    I think the Manual that comes with the TLS say's ...if the FI light comes on go to local dealer and get them to access the code (which you can not do due to distance) and not to turn the engine off .. it sound's like once the engine is shut down the no error code will come up...maybe you need to check the code once the FI light comes on,but not go over the RPM that shut's the engine down?....Ohh and Welcome from Downunder

    PS.. Wonder what RPM the Second injector start's to Flow on the TLR?
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    • #3
      can you try leaving it shorted, and then riding it up to the 4500rpm? Fortunately, the info will be right in front of you when it happens.

      ...might be the fuel pump not providing adequate pressure for those revs => shut down


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      • #4
        DONT GO TO THE DEALER!!!!!!!! Check the code yourself and let us know what it is. It is very easy to do. Just put a paperclip into the connector in the trunk of the bike! It will then display a number.
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        • #5
          The code will be after the "C"....
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          • #6
            thanks guys

            wow that was quick reply from you guys. Took your advice jumpered the plug - c00. took her out and after one block at about 4500RPM for about 2-3 second in third gear and up she came ----C23----. Sais something about 8 seconds after ignition turnon, nothing to do with time this time. Is it something I can check myself?

            Thanks again for the help so far. Only had her for 2 weeks so far.

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            • #7
              According to my TLS error code list..C23 is the tip over sensor?... Are the codes the same for TLS and R?
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              • #8
                Yep tip over sensor......

                I sent you a PM, If my bike wasnt sitting on the side of the road right now I would take a pic of it for you...
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                • #9
                  PROBLEM SOLVED

                  Thanks for the guys that helped me to find the FI code (Without a start, there will not be an end) and thanks to the guy who send me a PM that eventually sorted out the problem.

                  This is what happened.

                  I was told how to find the code and then to look under the seat where the tank swingles for a black box. This was the tip over switch. Had to look for bad connections and that the inside was ok. Took off the seat. Looked at the black box. There was the problem. The guy who sold me the TL did a few mods on the bike. Under the seat on top of a sort of a heatsink, I found a big flat bracket with sharp edges. The wires going to this black box was chaved right through. My guess now is that at those revs the vibration made this plate move forward onto those wires. Eventually the plate chaved through the wires and then started shorting them out. Removed bracket. Took TL out on the road. PROBLEM SOLVED. (The bracket or plate was just lying loose)

                  Fortunatly the guy who sold me the TL is a great guy so I can't be ,mad at him.

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                  • #10
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