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GSR600 engine trouble

Discussion in 'Technical and Troubleshooting Torque' started by Ralf76, Aug 4, 2016.

  1. Hi Guys
    I have a 2007 Suzuki GSR600 that has an engine knocking noise , I suspected the cam chain so I replaced it and the hydraulic tensioner . now it still makes the noise plus wont start and there is a FI flashing on the dash .
    Any ideas ?

  2. Make sure you got all the connectors back together properly.
    How did you do the cam chain? Do you have a workshop manual? It's vital you got the cams and crank in EXACTLY the right alignment or you can do catastrophic damage.
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  3. Put it in to Dealer Mode and see what the error code is it is generating. Knocking doesn't sound good though, I take it you have checked Oil etc,
  4. Don't know anything about hydraulic tensioners or gsr600. Did the valve clearance on a ninja 300 3 or 4 times and the manual said to check cam chain stretch. Had an spring loaded tensioner not a hydraulic one.
    Fi flashing might have something to do with timing and top dead centre. Not much help but the help will come (y)
  5. Yes I suspect this as well. There is a Crankshaft position sensor that a lot of timing is derived from. Maybe showing a fault there.
  6. Got it , it was a connector that plugs into the fuel rail , bike starts now and I ride it EXCEPT that the temp readout is too low (30C) and if I turn it off after it warms up it gets hard to start .
    The timing was set correctly , I lined the cams and crank , Thanks.
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