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post #1 of 6 Old 10-12-2019, 07:56 AM Thread Starter
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Reset Engine Warning 2019 zx6r

Hi all. Fitted an R&G tail tidy and accidentally disconnected one of the exhaust servo cables. I didn’t notice and started the bike which has thrown up a check engine light. I’ve reconnected the cable and all is well but the light remains on.

How do you reset the warning lights?
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Is there not a simple way to just reset the lights without having to buy a device?

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In due time it should go out on its own... otherwise nope.

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Ok. Appreciate the advice mate. Thank you.

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Just to update this.... spoke to my local Kawasaki service manager today. Apparently once the bike has been started and ridden up to temperature (10-15 minutes) for three times, the bike will know that the fault no longer exists (assuming it doesn’t) and the light will go off. Either that or give him £20 and he will put it on the diagnostic tool and turn it off 🙂

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Ok. Appreciate the advice mate. Thank you.

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