Do you know where is located and if i can connect a bluetooth OBD2 with the cable?what i know that bike has only 1 connection port for this cable which are on your picture.
Back seat or front? Do you know if Bluetooth device will work to connect the app torque?
The cable I have don't match with the connection of the bike
But that's not to connect the obd right? That's the maintenance switch?This
yes, let say personaly me using metal pin or if you have this switch to reset your maintenace data.But that's not to connect the obd right? That's the maintenance switch?
Any video, tutorial how to do it?yes, let say personaly me using metal pin or if you have this switch to reset your maintenace data.
Wrong you can use a obd2 on it and it will show fI codes and it will clear them witness.2 different ports, dealer port is a 4 wire port, what he has here is a 16 pin OBD connector for automotive diagnostics and testing.. nothing to do with bikes or Suzuki
GSXR's diagnostic does not work this way, they are self diagnosing and spit codes VIA the clock in the form of characters, instead of an "engine" light coming on they have a flashing FI that appears when a fault is indicated.
jump the dealer port then the clock displays the code(s) at fault.
this wireless pigtail plugs into a vehicles OBD port so the tech can walk around and veiw the data wireless..
only unit I know of that plugs into Suzuki's ECU's would be the Teka tool, prolly wireless by now if they still use it?