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StubyDoo

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StubyDoo last won the day on January 11 2018

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    VFR800F 2019, Yamaha FZ6 Fazer 2004

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  1. I do use a jet wash and always have without issue. What I did differently was this: My last VFR which was a 2014 turned to shit riding it through the winter but the front cylinder head was especially bad (I did paint it when it was off last), so on this wash I bent down with the jet wash pointing up under the fair on to the cyclinder head. Lesson learned and I won't be doing that again but I will continue to use the jet wash. Some people say yes to jet wash and some say no. I'm in the yes camp! Your comments were especially helpful. I read the manual but didn't really understand what I was reading but I have a better insight now. Cheers.
  2. I'm happy to report the light went out after my 15 mile commute this morning. Thanks for all the info guys. Stu
  3. That rules out my obd2 Bluetooth reader 😔
  4. After reading the service manual I'd say you are correct. I'll take the fairings of and see if I can dry some of the plugs out. Thanks for your help.
  5. That will be why I can't find a obd plug 🙂 Cheers.
  6. Cheers. I had to nip out local at lunch time so i went on the bike. Light is still on but it rode okay, when I got back I left it run until the fan kicked in. I was hoping I could just plug in and obd2 reader and reset the light.
  7. It doesn't flash a code and it starts and rides. It's just showing a steady fi light
  8. Hi Grum, thanks for taking the time to reply. Yes I hear the fuel pump prime and the light is on without flashing.
  9. I have an engine light on after washing so it's probably water ingress. I can't for the life of me find the OBD2 port to plug a code reader in, can anyone tell me where it is. I've looked under both seats and taken the battery cover off. Cheers.
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