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post #1 of 8 Old 06-28-2013, 12:06 AM Thread Starter
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butterfly on exhaust

Wassup ppl.. I tried putting my stock exhaust back on my bike today and ran into a problem with the two wires that connect to the butterfly thats on the exhaust. One of the wires is just stuck and dosent give me no slack to be able to hook it back up on the lil butterfly.any help on how I can get that wire loose to connect it back ?
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post #2 of 8 Old 06-28-2013, 12:40 AM
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Turn the key on. The servo should do its operational check. As it does this the wire should become loose. Tuen the key back to off half way thru the operational check and itll stop in the loose position.
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Don't worry about connecting the cables back up, the butterfly valve will remain open and it will have no noticeable impact on performance. About the only thing you'll get out of it is a slightly louder idle.

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Well the wire seems to be stuck ! I turn on the key , but the servo doesn't loosen up one of the wires . And now my FI light is blinking
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Gotta find where the cable is binding and work it free. It's possible too that you may have put the wrong end from the servo onto the valve, where the servo is pulling on something that can't move. The FI light is on perhaps due to the servo motor being unable to complete it's cycle.
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Yea I'm sure the light is on due to the servo. Haven't checked the code yet, but that has to be it. It dosent affect it if I run the bike like that right ?
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Didn't need two thread for the same issue.

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Its giving me Fi code 63
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