Here we have the dashboard warning lights for the Suzuki Swift. On your Suzuki Swift, a warning light or indicator lights flashes or comes on, a message may also be displayed on the information display.
Pay particular attention to red warning lights as they generally represent warnings that require immediate attention. Below are the Suzuki Swift dashboard warning lights explained. The warning light will either stay on continuously or flash. Urgency: High When the low tyre pressure warning light is lit, one or more of your tyres is significantly under-inflated. You should stop and check your tyres as soon as possible and inflate them to the proper pressure as indicated on the vehicle's tyre information placard.
If the warning light flashes, this indicates a malfunction with the tyre pressure monitoring system. Brake System Red The red exclamation mark in a circle is the Suzuki Swift brake system warning light. Urgency: High 1. Check to ensure the parking brake is fully released. If the parking brake is fully released, safely pull off the road and switch off the engine. Check brake fluid levels and add fluid if required. The light should come on briefly when the ignition or button is set to ON.
If the light stays on or comes on when driving, there is a fault with the ABS. Your stopping brakes will continue to work as normal but without the ABS features. Urgency: Medium 1. Carefully pull off the road and switch off the engine. Start the engine again. If the warning light comes on briefly then goes out, the ABS is working as normal. ESP is activated each time the engine starts and becomes operational when vehicle instability is detected.
Urgency: Medium The warning light should come on briefly with the ignition switched to ON. If the light stays on or comes on when driving, there may be something wrong with the ESP system. Vehicle stability may be reduced in certain driving conditions. Have the system checked as soon as possible. ESP can be manually switched off. Oil Pressure Red The red oil can symbol is an indication that the oil level is low or that the lubrication system has a malfunction.
The Suzuki Swift oil pressure light comes on the dashboard at engine start briefly and then goes out. If the light comes on when driving, pull off the road when safe to do so and stop the engine. Urgency: Critical 1. Check engine oil level and add oil if necessary. If the low oil pressure light stays on or if the engine does not require topping up with oil, a fault has been detected with the oil lubrication system.
Do not continue driving and seek assistance from a Suzuki qualified engineer. If the light stays on or comes on when driving, there is a fault with the electrical charging system. Urgency: Critical It's likely that the engine may stop functioning after a period of time. To increase the time that the engine continues to run, switch off any nonessential electrical equipment in the vehicle.
The warning light flashes for several seconds so that you can check it is working. The light will come on and stay on if there is a problem with the air bag system or the seat belt pretensioner system. Urgency: Medium Have vehicle serviced and checked as soon as possible.Jump to content. Posted 13 June - PM. Posted 14 June - AM. Posted 19 June - PM. Community Forum Software by IP. Board 3. Suzuki Forums: 07 gsxr oil light came on????
Register Now! Page 1 of 1 You cannot start a new topic You cannot reply to this topic. Took it for a ride to check out that everything is ok Would this come on because it no oil circulating thru the oil filter? The oil is at half on the sight window Thanks Ray. Posted 13 June - PM could have a bad filter that isnt flowing.
I don't quite remember exactly. Posted 13 June - PM 4literranger I've read b4 about ppl having bad luck with Fram moito oil filters. I've had good luck with them but thinking it was the fliter itself that was causing this problem. This post has been edited by Ray51 : 13 June - PM. Started motor up oil light turned off.
OK now why did this happened?? I called a friend to ask about this and he asked me if I had put oil in the filter. I have never done it this way only on my KTM sx dirt bike cause the owners manual had explained as part of the oil change instructions.
How do you get airlock in the system which prevents the oil to flow in the oil filter??? Posted 14 June - AM I don't fill my filters with oil first. I don't use Fram filters for anything. Posted 19 June - PM Well got the problem fixed I talked to a mechanic and was told to be safe side I hope this can be useful info for anybody on the forum. Posted 19 June - PM awesome!Log in or Sign up.
Apr 13, 1. Speaker wire was used in the pic, but paperclip works great. There is a bolt on each side of the seat, an inch below. Step 2: reference picture series below Locate the dealer terminal.GSXR1000 FI light
It is described as a six prong, white in color plug with a black rubber dust cap. The plug may be found under the subframe support truss shown in the picture. Step 3: Remove black dust cap and expose contacts. Now examine wires and locate a black wire that has a thin white stripe. Locate the second wire which is a white wire with a thin red stripe. They should be adjacent to each other. Step 4: With the kill switch selector on "off", turn the ignition system to the start position.
The motorcycle instrumentation, headlight and tail light should all be on at this point. Now, flip the kill switch from "off" to "on" to activate the FI system.
You are now in dealer mode. RSimonsSgt. YoungE10 and 1 other person like this. Apr 13, 2. Cool info a lot of us can use. Thanks for posting. Jersey JohnApr 13, RSimons likes this.
Jun 24, 3.Jump to content. Posted 02 September - AM. This post has been edited by jdogrich : 19 October - PM Reason for edit: edited title. Community Forum Software by IP. Board 3. Register Now! So this gets me a little worried since im in the middle of my commute to work and the last thing i want to do is any sort of damage to my engine. I took it pretty easy and monitored my temp as i rode just to see if i was getting to hot, but i was at for the majority of the ride.
I checked my oil before i left today also and it wasnt low or high, so Id assume i should be getting proper oil pressure. Other then that, my bike seemed like it was still running perfectly smooth I did a little search on the forum and saw that there are directions on another site to set the bike to dealer mode to read what code i am throwing.
I assuming that would be the next step i should take then? If there is anything else i should check right away please fill me in. Any ideas as to what might be the issue here? Posted 02 September - AM Yes, get it onto dealer mode and post up the code that is shows ya, we can help from there. I hope it's not what Oakland ran into.
Posted 02 September - AM thanks for the info Capt im going to check it first thing when i get home today and then i'll post up what code its giving. I believe my service manual has the definitions for each one so i'll try consulting it as well Posted 02 September - AM I can't find it man I don't remember what thread James posted it in, but I think I broke the search button If it throws one, post it up.
Posted 02 September - AM i can only hope that its something cheap or a quick fix loose gas cap -check engine! Id think if something was real wrong id be able to tell some kind of difference in the way it was running. Idk, guess ill find out soon Posted 02 September - AM Man just pull the visor up, not worth something happening to ya without a helmet. Posted 02 September - AM all of that was normal for me to except i had no power powerband was garbage basically it studdered.
Posted 02 September - AM well i was under the impression that my bike was invincible to any and ALL mechanical problems after installing the GFN decal so if thats not the case anymore im demanding money back from Rhett. Posted 02 September - AM jdogrich said: well i was under the impression that my bike was invincible to any and ALL mechanical problems after installing the GFN decal so if thats not the case anymore im demanding money back from Rhett. Posted 02 September - AM 05oaklandGSXR said: all of that was normal for me to except i had no power powerband was garbage basically it studdered.
Posted 02 September - AM It doesn't have an extended warranty does it?????? Posted 02 September - AM That sucks Depends on what the code says man.The F1 or FI light is the fault indicator. Some sensor on your bike has found a fault or has failed.
You can take the bike to a dealership and have them find out what the fault code is, or there is a procedure you can do to get the fault code:.
Take off the rear seat, find the wire connector plug with the rubber cover, take if off and there should be 4 pin holes, two active with metal terminals if you look close get a paperclip or small wire and bend it so you can put it in the 2 active holes make sure the wire doesn't touch any other part of the bike's frame.
I think you mean "FI" The FI light is just a warning light telling you an error has occured in your fuel Injection system Take it to your dealer and have them read the error code. Probably ok to continue riding it for now but have it looked at when you can. It's likely something minor. Have you ever noticed a cager or any other vehicle if it is brighter in color than black? Same would go with clothing worn riding a bike, I say. Especially true, if at dawn or dusk, really hard to see object that blend in with the surroundings.
I have never been compelled to steer towards anything by seeing a lighter color. I have a 07 gsxr with dual yosh slip on. It's the the servo motor not opening up.
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I had to install the servo buddy. Look it up no Fi light. Problem solved! Aftermarket exhaust causes this problem not enough air flow at higher RPMs so you have to bi pass the servo motor with a servo buddy. Check the fuel line that connects to the tank. Mine came off after a wheelie one day He took it to the shop and they told him it wouldnt hurt anything he just had to get something in the electronics disabled.
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MED E. Answer Save. You can take the bike to a dealership and have them find out what the fault code is, or there is a procedure you can do to get the fault code: Take off the rear seat, find the wire connector plug with the rubber cover, take if off and there should be 4 pin holes, two active with metal terminals if you look close get a paperclip or small wire and bend it so you can put it in the 2 active holes make sure the wire doesn't touch any other part of the bike's frame.
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I believe the red light stays on when the fi light flashes, I put a full ti system on my 1k and it stays on now also, I thought at first that it might be temp or oil, but not the case, very common problem.Original Poster. Search My Stuff What's New 3 12 24 Prev of 2 2 Next. I got the top valve check done, pulled away from garage and the light came on. Went straight back to the garage and they claimed that it was nothing to do with what he has done as he didn't touch any of the item that could cause the light to come on.
Turned off bike, restarted and all ok for trip home. Today i fitted an HS quick shifter, took out for test and FI light came on, restarted bike and then it flashed? Ant ideas, mechanic said common problem is get stripping in exhaust valve?
Any ideas appreciated. That worked the first time but not today, firstly it was solid red, then after that at about 6k it was flashing.
Only put on an stubby scorpion and today an HM quick shifter, which was fun but dampened by the FI light experience. Hopefully it is a simple fix as the bike felt okay and performed well. I will also re check all connections after inserting the loom for QS. That general area would be my first port of call. Good luck mate. So i will remove the QS and then see what happens.
Removed the QS loom and put back to standard and all codes and red lights have gone! To be honest the bike is awesome with clutchless upshifts so i don't really need a QS and the not shutting off the throttle was weird. Hooli 32, posts months. I'm going to take a wild guess that the FI light is due to the QS cutting power to the coils without spoofing the ECU so it doesn't know.
I will have to buy the next model up where you can reduce kill time so the fault doesn't show. Does it really not have a separate oil light? I know my Suzuki does. No it just has the one red light that either turns solid red or flashes, I only found out what the code was by doing the paper clip trick.
Nords 1, posts months. I have an HM on a K3 and never had a drama with a Fi warning light. It has a power commander and Yoshi endcan too Chipchap 2, posts months. Have I got 'kick me' stuck to my back?
Lavs 79 posts months. No Lav, unwisely she didn't! PS She has a mate's Blackbird parked in her garage not a euphemism! Ooh err Mrs. Right I shall do a stealth raid and get that moved out then!