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    Fault code 17???

    Hi all, i have a 2010 FZS and check light started flashing, so i figuerd how to do the self check and it came up with 17, i couldnt find what the code is for my model, but for the vx i think, it said 17 was knock sensor, correct me if im wrong.

    Anyways, would it likely be a faulty knock sensor (common problem maybe? not to sure)
    or somthing more serious? everythnig still sounds as it should and have not lost any performance

    Any help would be great.

    Thanks


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    17 is knock sensor malfunction check to be sure it is connected to wiring first. sensor is located below intake manifold just to the rear of the throttle body. it has a single green wire comming from it. Tommy Jordan

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    It is conected, havnt tested contenuity though, suppose i should do that, it did go away after about 5 minutes of cruising along, but then came back not long after.

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    I wonder if it trips a code if it goes off like you had too low of octain fuel, just a guess!

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    I dont think itl be the fuel, has always run the same fuel 96 octane (new zealand)

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiquidAsset View Post
    I dont think itl be the fuel, has always run the same fuel 96 octane (new zealand)
    Just thought you might of gotten some below par fuel you never know what quality fuel you are getting these days!

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    yes that is true, i might drain it and drop a tank of 98 into it and see what happens. thanks for your replys

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