High-G FJR Junkie!
Join Date: Mar 2015
Location: Rolling Prairie, Ind
Probably a bad switch or relay, I went through all the suggestions of cleaning the sensors (the rear was really bad !) and cleaning/lubing the pedal itself (worked but very dry & sluggish) and all this helped the frequency a small amount but did not fix it. All worthwhile maintenance though in my opinion.
I was still under my YES warranty (great deal!) so I took it to the dealer for repair where they did diagnostics on it and found a bad front switch along with a marginal rear so they replaced both sets of switch’s & relays with no recurrence of the flashing abs light since. The weather resistance of the switch’s is poor at best so if your bike like mine has been in a number of heavy rain storms it’s a good chance the switch’s are dirty or fouled. You may be able to just clean them, maybe.
So with all that said, it boils down to what Ray suggested above to get into the diagnostics and see what it’s telling you. But I’d bet it’s a bad switch. My .02
Red 2014A, the fastest color !
Ride more,, worry less !
Last edited by passx; 02-25-2020 at 09:54 AM.