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With the cables removed from the servo all you have to do is keep turning the bike on and off with key.It'll turn a bit every time you do it.DO NOT try and turn the shaft of the servo with pliers,its very easy to strip the internals of the servo.
 

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it wouldn't turn at all when i flicked the ignition.
so i used a bit of force and stripped them :(
i have heard you can run with out the servo by diconecting / cutting a wire??

p.s what a bitch it is to get that servo out, bloody rubber nuts on the bottom do nothing but turn and you can't hold them with any thing wither :S
 

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There should have been a mark on the shaft end, I forget where its suppose to index to be in the right position but i remember I had to do it.. Its in the service manual..
 

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i have heard you can run with out the servo by diconecting / cutting a wire??
Disconnecting the brown wire with a red tracer on the left ECU connetor will disable the FI light with the exhaust valve servo removed.
 

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if i desaible the fi light, then it won't tell me of other faults??
can i just remove the servo and live with the light when it comes on?
only reason i wanna remove the servo is because i have brocken the internal cogs, so it's pretty much useless now :(
 

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ok thanks for that, any one know for sure though??
i was looking at that servo eliminator thingy but can't find the website to order from.
but if it only eliminates the fi light, then i can live with out having to spend $100+ on some thing that does just that :S
i always keep on top of maintenance so i shouldn't require the fi light to tell me of any error and hence can live with it blinking at me all the dam time :D.

so i can just take the servo out then???
 

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If you want to know if the light will come on again just disconnect some other sensor and the light should be on.
 
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