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DavePerth

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Front Rebound adjustment, open circuit, K1200s
« on: March 21, 2020, 03:51:35 PM »
Hi all, I'm a newbie and have used my GS-911 for the first time today to diagnose an engine shut down during my ride home yesterday.  I've  done an autoscan - see report below and it comes up clean apart from the following "41777 Front rebound adjustment, open-circuit.  The fault is not present now".  I assume this is an intermittent fault with my ESA.  Has anyone else had this issue and have any solutions how to deal with it and prevent it from re-occuring?  Thanks in advance.  Regards, David in Australia. 

Bike model : K 1200 S (K40)
Mileage : 23858.0 km
Vehicle Order from Vehicle Electronics : Valid
Vehicle Order :
.. Date : 0806
.. Series : K40
.. Type : 0581
.. Paint : 0N09
.. Upholstery : 0000
.. Extras :
.... 304 : Type label, Australia
.... 321 : Headlight, left asymmetric
.... 334 : Label, noise emission Australia
.... 372 : Instr. cluster km/h for ABS/brake failure
.... 381 : Operating instructions, English
.... 391 : Dealer List Overseas
.... 412 : Side reflector, yellow front
.... 416 : ESA
.... 519 : Heated handlebar grips
.... 539 : On-board computer
.... 651 : Mudguard rear
.... 734 : National version Australia/New Zealand
Factory I-Level : K024-06-08-500
Actual I-Level : K024-06-08-500
BMS-K
BMS type:   BMS-K
Controller Type:   Engine Controller
Controller:   6000
Part No.:   7704868
Hardware Index:   10
Coding Index:   01
Manufacture Date (YY/MM/DD):   2006-08-30
MCV:   0.5.8
FSV:   0.77.22
OSV:   2.3.1
Manufacturer:   Bosch GmbH
HWOE No.:   27940624
Program status:   220E
Date release:   AC13
Factory I-Level:   Not set
Actual I-Level:   Not set
VIN model year:   2007
No fault codes found


Integral ABS 2 - CAN
Controller Type:   ABS Brakes
Part No.:   7707617
HW Version No.:   C1
Coding Index:   0
Manufacturing Date:   2006-08-11
HWOE No.:   27926904
Manufacturer:   Continental Teves
MCV:   0.5.9
FSV:   2.0.2
OSV:   3.3.0
Free programming slots:   1
Serial No.:   668B001AA
Hardware No.:   07682002
Hardware star No.:   07707617
No fault codes found


CAN-Kombi H/L
Cluster type:   CAN-Kombi H/L
Controller Type:   Instrument Cluster
Controller:   6100
Part No.:   7700750
Hardware Index:   03
Coding Index:   04
Manufacturer:   Siemens VDO Automotive
Manufacture Date (YY/MM/DD):   2005-01-01
MCV:   0.5.8
FSV:   2.2.0
OSV:   3.3.10
HWOE No.:   27973568
Assembly No.:   7700769
Variant:   K40
Factory I-Level:   K024-06-08-500
Actual I-Level:   K024-06-08-500
No fault codes found


ZFE-High
ZFE type:   ZFE-High
Controller Type:   Vehicle Electronics
Controller:   6300
Part No.:   7706616
Hardware Index:   02
Coding Index:   07
Manufacture Date (YY/MM/DD):   2004-04-15
MCV:   0.5.9
FSV:   2.0.2
OSV:   3.3.0
Manufacturer:   Loewe / Lear
HWOE No.:   27918512
Factory I-Level:   K024-06-08-500
Actual I-Level:   K024-06-08-500
   Speed sensor manufacturer is Bosch   
   Speed sensor type is DF11   
   ABS fitted   
   Heated grips   
   Outside temperature sensor   
   Brake light switch status over CAN   
   Rear bulb replacement   
   Film type fuel sensor   
   Manual low beam off switch   
   Storage of temperature indication when engine hot   
1 fault codes found:

41777   Front rebound adjustment, open-circuit
The fault is not present now.


WayneC

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Re: Front Rebound adjustment, open circuit, K1200s
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2020, 02:05:04 AM »
Dave, the "not present now" fault may have occurred a long time ago & may even have been a tech at a service leaving a connector unplugged, clear the fault & see if it reoccurs

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Re: Front Rebound adjustment, open circuit, K1200s
« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2020, 05:01:56 AM »
Hi Wayne, thanks for your response.  Yes I can clear the code, but I have left it there in case I need to take the bike to my dealer to get it looked at.  What I am trying to determine is if the code has anything to do with an engine shut down? 

My ESA is working fine and as you say, the code could have generated a long time ago and not cleared.

My engine shut down was bizarre and when I restarted the engine the revs were all over the place and the bike ran like a tractor.  This  generated no other codes, hence why I am looking at code 41777 in closer detail.  I started the bike yesterday after the autoscan and it runs perfectly.

Thanks, David

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Re: Front Rebound adjustment, open circuit, K1200s
« Reply #3 on: March 22, 2020, 05:41:34 AM »
Dave, no worries, I would keep a copy of the autoscan to show any Dealer then clear the code to see if it reappears

Re the engine shut down, I doubt whether the fault code you see has anything to do with it, that device connects to the ZFE not the BMS-K Engine Management ECU, Idle Actuators can cause problems & not generate fault codes on other models but I have not looked closely at the K1200S other than to throw cheeky comments at a mate who has one

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Re: Front Rebound adjustment, open circuit, K1200s
« Reply #4 on: March 22, 2020, 05:53:16 AM »
Thanks again Wayne.  I have a copy of the Autoscan report so I will clear the code now.  I was expecting to see some codes relating to the BMS-K Engine Management ECU, but this did not happen during the shut down.   Will keep the idle actuators comment in mind and look into this further.  The only thing I can think of re the shut down is the ignition - many months ago my bike shut down unexpectedly and then I discovered that the ignition key had moved into the off position without me touching it.  This has not re-occurred.   The strange thing I am trying to work out is why the bike after the shut down was not able to run properly at all.  Something is clearly not right.  Regards, David