Hope someone can help & shed light on a problem I have. My bikes starts on the button & rides faultlessly but my clocks constanty displays the word CHEC & never displays the temp. I read that if i put a wire on the 2 conectors to the fault reading plug under the rear seat this should give me my fault code.
Tried this & it still just displays the word CHEC & does not display any codes. I do not have the red warning light come on either only when I first turn the key on which is normal. Please help!
Motorcycle: '99 GSX-R750-SOLD for '13 Kawasaki KLR-650
Re: Check Stays on display 1999 GSXR
Check the bonehead mistake first (the one I could see myself making): Did you bridge the two wires that enter the plug, and didn't accidentally put the wire in one of the empty slots? I don't want to be insulting, but I can see myself doing that- it's the simple things that get me the most often.
I guessed it was down to a sensor & tried jumping wires to get fault code but these do not get displayed just the word chec stays on. Guess going to have to book it into a main dealer to get my fault code ouch
im having the same problem after doing an engine swap in my 99 750, i can say my guages were tossed around a bit when i moved it for the third time but the only thing different about mine is the tach stays on 0 not a big deal (still havent checked air gap on the tone wheel) my main issue is trying to get rid of the chec stuck in the temp display
Yes I believe it it is, the only 3 things that should make the chec stay in the display is the side stand down in gear, the kill switch and the tilt sensor. Both the side stand switch and the kill switch have been bypassed, and it ran fine for months like that with no problems. I did remove the PAIR system but all the connectors are electrically plugged in, could removing that system cause this problem? The only thing I can think of other than that is I literally beat the gauges to death lol
ecu disconnected shows chec too
maybe look at that front connector near the left side of radiator and see if its the weak link between ecu and dash or double check the ecu connector and gauge connector for damaged pins
Kill, tilt and sidestand faults would not let the bike start