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05-16-2019 04:21 AM
Jinx Just giving this a bump to the OP thanks for the great work.
07-30-2018 07:59 AM
Dwarven1
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Find the wires where the side stand switch is or used to be. If the switch is still there, you have to wait until the FI light is on, stop and put it in neutral, then move the switch clockwise until the “S” on the dash lights and the FI light should start blinking the code in long and short blinks. Long blink =10, short blink = 1. If the switch is gone, then disconnect the green wire from the green/white wire and then connect the green wire to the yellow/black wire. This will simulate the side stand in the down position and the FI light should flash the code. If you turn off the key before doing this procedure, the ECM may forget the code and it won’t flash the light, so don’t turn off the key until you get the code.
Thanks! It went away for a couple of days, so I was thinking it might have just been the heavy rain... but on a warm sunny day, it came back on the long run from St. Agatha ME to Saint John, NB. I'll probably wait until I get home and see if it recurs before trying to read it.

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07-26-2018 05:42 PM
Techdude2000
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How would one read the codes if they are on a trike? I have no kickstand!

FI light appeared about 150 miles into a 250 mile ride in heavy rain. I notice that OD light comes on when I'm in neutral and the motor is running, too.

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Find the wires where the side stand switch is or used to be. If the switch is still there, you have to wait until the FI light is on, stop and put it in neutral, then move the switch clockwise until the “S” on the dash lights and the FI light should start blinking the code in long and short blinks. Long blink =10, short blink = 1. If the switch is gone, then disconnect the green wire from the green/white wire and then connect the green wire to the yellow/black wire. This will simulate the side stand in the down position and the FI light should flash the code. If you turn off the key before doing this procedure, the ECM may forget the code and it won’t flash the light, so don’t turn off the key until you get the code.
07-26-2018 04:54 PM
Dwarven1 How would one read the codes if they are on a trike? I have no kickstand!

FI light appeared about 150 miles into a 250 mile ride in heavy rain. I notice that OD light comes on when I'm in neutral and the motor is running, too.

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09-03-2017 08:37 PM
GetAway
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The port is orange and is usually in a boot at the rear of the relay bank under the seat.
Thanks a lot.
09-03-2017 08:03 PM
Techdude2000
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Thank you for giving us these codes and for taking the time to type them all in.

Would you know where the diagnostic port is located on the bike?
The port is orange and is usually in a boot at the rear of the relay bank under the seat.
09-02-2017 10:54 PM
GetAway
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Originally Posted by trike lady View Post
You would need to get Honda's version of 'Digital Technician' and the correct cable to hook the diagnostic port of the Wing to the computer.
Thank you for giving us these codes and for taking the time to type them all in.

Would you know where the diagnostic port is located on the bike?
09-02-2017 09:58 AM
Techdude2000 The Honda cars use OBD2 and the wing doesn't use this. You can cancel the codes with the DLC reset tool that basically shorts two of the pins together on the DLC connector. Some of the codes will go away anyway when the failure has been corrected.
02-19-2017 09:59 AM
Badrider Great info, thanks for sharing.
02-18-2017 08:21 AM
Jinx Preliminary test have not been able to connect to bike ECM. But I haven't given up yet.
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