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post #1 of 12 Old 07-24-2018, 04:17 PM Thread Starter
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clearing fault codes

does anyone know how to clear a fault code on the gsx-s1000
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This is a thread from a GSXR forum, but I've done the same thing to my GSX. What code is the bike showing?

https://www.pnwriders.com/threads/gs...-thread.69250/
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I just noticed the link that I posted is for a GSXR which has white connector under the rider's seat. Our "dealer mode" connector is under the passenger seat on the right hand side of the bike and is covered with a thin piece of black/grey foam.
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This doesn't clear the codes, just tells you what code you have

2 types of code, current and past

Current can be cleared just by turning the ignition off if the error has been fixed. It then becomes a past code.

To clear past codes you need Suzuki SDS or Woolich Software

https://gsx-s.info/suzuki-error-codes/

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The Healtech OBD will also clear stored fault codes.
https://www.healtech-electronics.com/products/obd/
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the code is c46. iv tried the wire across the two terminals but its still there.
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the code is c46. iv tried the wire across the two terminals but its still there.
Thats because bridging the plug only tells you the codes. As the guys said above you need suzuki or healtech software to clear

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Thanks for this PhuketPaul. Fantastic bike. Great blog. So much information. The 200/55 is intriguing.
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ok cheers
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the code is c46. iv tried the wire across the two terminals but its still there.

You have an error with your SET (Exhaust) Valve, have you replaced the exhaust?
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