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Hi Joe-7, and welcome.

The schematic I posted is just that, a schematic to illustrate where the air is trapped and how to resolve the issue.  By no means is it an accurate drawing of the R1200GS caliper.  It is in fact roughly only half of the caliper but the same principals apply.

Be that as it may, take the schematic and make a mirror image of it, then put my schematic and the mirror image together and you have roughly what the R1200GS caliper looks like, with the exception of the brake pipe and bleed nipple.  Once again, not 100% accurate in every detail.

What I suggest is the following:

Remove the caliper from the fork and remove the brake pads.  Insert a wooden block in place of the brake pads that will allow the pistons enough travel without falling out altogether.

Fill the reservoir with new clean brake fluid.  Activate the front brake lever, pushing fluid to the pistons to the point where they are making contact with the wooden block.  Open the bleed nipple and starting from the lower piston furthest away from the bleed nipple, tilt the caliper as illustrated for the relevant side, and push the piston back into the bore as far as it will go.  Now do the same with the piston above it.  Repeat with the 2 pistons on the side with the nipple, once again first the lower one, then the one closest to the nipple.  Close the nipple.

Repeat this process for as many times as it takes for you to be able to push the pistons back without any air escaping from the bleed nipple.
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Schuppi ... Thanks for your response. It is one of two values that caught my eye.The other is the 25.50V at high beam and dipped beam in record number 2. I take that to mean a recording of a second attempt to initialize those functions??

I have nothing to compare what's listed to normal operational values. The amount of heat (419 degrees) might be a normal value but I don't have any normal reading to compare it to. Same with the 25.50V. Anyone care to supply those values? I would also like to determine what the abbreviation NTC stands for ... is it individual bulbs in the assembly?

If that is indeed excessive heat being generated, Hexcode has said their system has a specific code for the fan and controller issues so am I missing seeing those codes. Schuppi ... can you point me to the fault codes, in my scan, for that?

I sent my scan to Hexcode support and got a quick response. I'll share with the community the response from Hexcode support. Thanks Mornay for such a timely response :

Hi David,
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| Glad you managed to get you hands on your own GS-911!
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| After closing your ticket last week, we did a bit of deeper digging into the "LED EVG" that is seen in most of the LED fault codes. The "EVG" part is a German word that translates to LED ballast. The light ballast seems then to be the entire light enclosure, with thermal management, the bulb and power supply.
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| The LED EVG is then connected via a LINbus to the Body controller and headlights.
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| With that being said, the fault messages you are receiving does sound to me like the LINbus is at fault, either sending incorrect LIN messages to the body controller or perhaps even a physical wiring fault. The fact that you did not change anything recently lends to the idea that the communication is intermittent, causing the faults. (See specifically faults such as "No LIN message (voltage from LED-EVG) "
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| Unfortunately this is as far as our understanding of the error codes go. There might be a short somewhere causing the intermittent comms, however a BMW mechanic or a very clued-up auto electrician should be able to confirm this. I would personally start by checking the physical wiring to and from the LED assembly and then the connectors, just to be sure all wires are properly seated.
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| I hope the information can aid you to get to the bottom of the problem.
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| Kind regards,
| Mornay

I think I'll proceed as follows;
   
    1. Run an additional scan

    2. Try to find a wiring diagram specific to my bike (any and all help locating this would be greatly appreciated, I haven't found one in
        my search).

    3. Determine which control units are in the headlight chain. (switches, body controllers, light or LIN controllers)

    4. Look at the physical state of all wiring connections to assemblies and controllers.

    5. Remove connectors and try to figure out what voltages/grounds are present and if they are working correctly.

    6. Remove headlight and see if I can get it to power up. Try to determine function. (This unit has worked in all functions
        intermittently, even in conjunction with the driving lights when I've gotten low beam to work.)

I'm sure there will be additional work as I proceed through this. I'm going to see if Hexcode support can enlighten me regarding some of the controller/electrical information.

Everybody feel free to jump in!

Thanks again ... Dave
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OK, here is a bit of a crude drawing to show what I am talking about.

Brake fluid is forced into chambers "A" and "B".  While the upper chamber has 2 holes, one for fluid and one for air, the lower chamber only has 1.  So fluid enters the chamber following the blue arrows, but the air trying to follow the yellow arrows gets trapped in chamber "A".

Tilting the calliper (as in the second pic) and forcing the piston back, forces the air out of the chamber.

Hello Jughead,
thanks for sharing your knowledge. Although not quite a recent posting I hope you would read this.

As the R1200GS calipers do have four pistons I actually can't make 100% sense of your schematic drawing. To me this looks like a two piston caliper and I can't get this fit with my 4 piston caliper.
Mentioned 60 degree tilting may work for the outer pistons but it's sub-optimal for the inside pistons. (Without dismanteling the caliper I dont actually know which internal channels exist.)

Would you be able to bring some light onto this sub-topic.

Thanks, Joe-7
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Hello Dave,
welcome and thank you for posting the scan.

By reading the module informations, one thing must be noticed :
Actual temperature of the NTC number 1.    419.0 °F
Actual temperature of the NTC number 2.    419.0 °F
LED-EVG Low-beam NTC invalid

There are some messages about a defective fan in this LED-Headlights, which will cause this faults.

Hope this helps.
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General Discussion / Re: R1200GS LC clock change
« Last post by GED on April 25, 2018, 07:05:47 AM »
Me too, I just bought a GS-911 for my 2017 R1200GSA Adventure LC just for that reason: set the dashboard clock to 24-hours.

How does one do that?
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Got it and registered the unit and set it up on the network.  I've co
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GS-911 Mobile / Re: Can't reset service light on iPhone 6
« Last post by JanBlackSmith on April 24, 2018, 08:44:37 AM »
I get this message below. I don't see a selection for classic model, only for regular R1200R
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My name is Dave Phillips I am a new member and first time poster to the forum. I have searched the forum for a similar issue and have not found anything so here I am.

About ten days ago I did a tire change on my bike. Once everything was buttoned up I went for a test ride to assure myself all was well with the bike. At that time I received an ABS/ASC fault along with a yellow triangle warning that eventually came up on my dash as a lamp fault. Having other responsibilities that day I put the bike up after disconnecting the battery so I could start fresh the next day.

The next day upon inspection I found the ABS ring bent. So concerned was I with not scratching my wheels I inadvertently bent the ring. I straightened the ring, reconnected the battery and found no faults listed. Several days later I went for a more extended ride. For the first half hour the bike showed only normal operation then the yellow warning triangle and eventually a lamp fault occurred on the dash.

I continued my ride for another half hour. Upon inspection I seemed to have the parking light. All other headlights/driving lights were non functioning. I have only the stock lighting on my bike. In my investigation I noted that the switch gear indicated a high beam both in flash and on but the lights didn't initialize. Driving lights didn't initialize but the dash's indicator didn't light either. Tail lights and blinkers appeared to be operational.

I had a friend read the fault codes on my bike (I will attach those at the end of the message) and we couldn't make out what the codes really indicated. What did happen however was that after reading and clearing the faults I now had operation of all headlight/driving lights. All operated as normal and the dash indicated no lamp fault.

My friend lives six hours away from me so we split the difference and met in the middle of that six hour ride. We said our goodbyes after lunch and I rode home the three hours I had ridden to get there. Again about thirty minutes into my ride home the lights again faulted.

I ordered a GS-911 and it arrived this weekend. Yesterday (Sunday) I took the opportunity  to set up and read the fault codes on the bike. (I will label and include these readings at the end of the message) So it appears from what I CAN decipher I'm having difficulty with LIN messaging.

I have several questions: LED-EVG is mentioned in many of the faults. Is this just the LED assembly? What does NTC Invalid indicate? LED-EVG invalid serial number, invalid software version, LIN LED status, voltage and communication from multi-controller messaging are also showing up and I don't understand what this points to. In addition I don't understand the fault codes that begin alphabetically.

Is it the handle bar switch I should be investigating? The controller? I know from talks with Hexcode support there are specific codes for the lights controller and fan. I need help determining the codes. I do see some pretty high voltage values (25.5V) both in the LIN faults and voltage faults at high beam and dipped beam so I wonder whether it might be shorting either in the switch or headlight itself ...

Any and all pertinent thoughts appreciated.

Most current Fault Code reading. I can send the complete Autoscan but no other faults showed in other controllers

XBCO    
Controller Name    XBCO
Controller    0F8A00
Serial Number    1419774880
Manufacturer    Loewe Lear
Manufacture Date (YY/MM/DD)    14/07/16
VIN    Z096757
Program Count    2
Program Count Maximum    1024
Firmware Date (YY/MM/DD)    15/07/21
Kilometers when programmed    0.00
Number of FW configurations    4
HW Electronics (HWEL) -
   
Firmware ID    08AF
Firmware Version    001.009.001
Bootloader (BTLD) -
   
Firmware ID    0891
Firmware Version    005.001.000
SW Memory Image (SWFL) -
   
Firmware ID    0892
Firmware Version    007.005.003
Coding Data (CAFD) -
   
Firmware ID    0893
Firmware Version    007.002.039
Fault Codes    9

   
800ED7    LED-EVG Low-beam NTC invalid
Currently present    YES
Engine warning light (MIL)    NO
Frequency count    230
Logistic(Healing) count    40
Fault Code History -
   
Record number    1
Odometer    17232.7 mls
ABS time    443154
System Voltage    14.30 V
KL15 Status    1
Voltage at the high beam at the LED-ECU.    14.10 V
Voltage at the dipped-beam at the LED-ECU.V    14.00 V
Actual temperature of the NTC number 1.    419.0 °F
Actual temperature of the NTC number 2.    419.0 °F
Record number    2
Odometer    17391.1 mls
ABS time    1134272
System Voltage    12.00 V
KL15 Status    1
Voltage at the high beam at the LED-ECU.    25.50 V
Voltage at the dipped-beam at the LED-ECU.V    25.50 V
Actual temperature of the NTC number 1.    419.0 °F
Actual temperature of the NTC number 2.    419.0 °F

   
800EBD    LED-EVG headlight communication error
Currently present    NO
Engine warning light (MIL)    NO
Frequency count    66
Logistic(Healing) count    36
Fault Code History -
   
Record number    1
Odometer    17232.7 mls
ABS time    443360
System Voltage    14.30 V
KL15 Status    1
Voltage at the high beam at the LED-ECU.    14.10 V
Voltage at the dipped-beam at the LED-ECU.V    14.00 V
Actual temperature of the NTC number 1.    419.0 °F
Actual temperature of the NTC number 2.    419.0 °F
Record number    2
Odometer    17391.1 mls
ABS time    881908
System Voltage    14.20 V
KL15 Status    1
Voltage at the high beam at the LED-ECU.    25.50 V
Voltage at the dipped-beam at the LED-ECU.V    25.50 V
Actual temperature of the NTC number 1.    419.0 °F
Actual temperature of the NTC number 2.    419.0 °F

   
800ED5    LED-EVG light, invalid serial number
Currently present    YES
Engine warning light (MIL)    NO
Frequency count    230
Logistic(Healing) count    40
Fault Code History -
   
Record number    1
Odometer    17232.7 mls
ABS time    443154
System Voltage    14.30 V
KL15 Status    1
Voltage at the high beam at the LED-ECU.    14.10 V
Voltage at the dipped-beam at the LED-ECU.V    14.00 V
Actual temperature of the NTC number 1.    419.0 °F
Actual temperature of the NTC number 2.    419.0 °F
Record number    2
Odometer    17391.1 mls
ABS time    1134272
System Voltage    12.00 V
KL15 Status    1
Voltage at the high beam at the LED-ECU.    25.50 V
Voltage at the dipped-beam at the LED-ECU.V    25.50 V
Actual temperature of the NTC number 1.    419.0 °F
Actual temperature of the NTC number 2.    419.0 °F

   
800EBF    LED-EVG, invalid software version
Currently present    YES
Engine warning light (MIL)    NO
Frequency count    230
Logistic(Healing) count    40
Fault Code History -
   
Record number    1
Odometer    17232.7 mls
ABS time    443154
System Voltage    14.30 V
KL15 Status    1
Voltage at the high beam at the LED-ECU.    14.10 V
Voltage at the dipped-beam at the LED-ECU.V    14.00 V
Actual temperature of the NTC number 1.    419.0 °F
Actual temperature of the NTC number 2.    419.0 °F
Record number    2
Odometer    17391.1 mls
ABS time    1134272
System Voltage    12.00 V
KL15 Status    1
Voltage at the high beam at the LED-ECU.    25.50 V
Voltage at the dipped-beam at the LED-ECU.V    25.50 V
Actual temperature of the NTC number 1.    419.0 °F
Actual temperature of the NTC number 2.    419.0 °F

   
E58C03    No LIN message (status from LED-EVG)
Currently present    YES
Engine warning light (MIL)    NO
Frequency count    255
Logistic(Healing) count    0
Fault Code History -
   
Record number    1
Odometer    17232.7 mls
ABS time    443154
System Voltage    14.40 V
KL15 Status    1
Voltage at the high beam at the LED-ECU.    14.10 V
Voltage at the dipped-beam at the LED-ECU.V    14.00 V
Actual temperature of the NTC number 1.    419.0 °F
Actual temperature of the NTC number 2.    419.0 °F
Record number    2
Odometer    17391.1 mls
ABS time    1134272
System Voltage    12.00 V
KL15 Status    1
Voltage at the high beam at the LED-ECU.    25.50 V
Voltage at the dipped-beam at the LED-ECU.V    25.50 V
Actual temperature of the NTC number 1.    419.0 °F
Actual temperature of the NTC number 2.    419.0 °F

   
E58C01    No LIN message (status from LED-EVG)
Currently present    YES
Engine warning light (MIL)    NO
Frequency count    255
Logistic(Healing) count    0
Fault Code History -
   
Record number    1
Odometer    17232.7 mls
ABS time    443154
System Voltage    14.20 V
KL15 Status    1
Voltage at the high beam at the LED-ECU.    25.50 V
Voltage at the dipped-beam at the LED-ECU.V    25.50 V
Actual temperature of the NTC number 1.    419.0 °F
Actual temperature of the NTC number 2.    419.0 °F
Record number    2
Odometer    17391.1 mls
ABS time    1134272
System Voltage    12.00 V
KL15 Status    1
Voltage at the high beam at the LED-ECU.    25.50 V
Voltage at the dipped-beam at the LED-ECU.V    25.50 V
Actual temperature of the NTC number 1.    419.0 °F
Actual temperature of the NTC number 2.    419.0 °F

   
E58C02    No LIN message (voltage from LED-EVG)
Currently present    YES
Engine warning light (MIL)    NO
Frequency count    255
Logistic(Healing) count    0
Fault Code History -
   
Record number    1
Odometer    17232.7 mls
ABS time    443154
System Voltage    14.20 V
KL15 Status    1
Voltage at the high beam at the LED-ECU.    25.50 V
Voltage at the dipped-beam at the LED-ECU.V    25.50 V
Actual temperature of the NTC number 1.    419.0 °F
Actual temperature of the NTC number 2.    419.0 °F
Record number    2
Odometer    17391.1 mls
ABS time    1134272
System Voltage    12.00 V
KL15 Status    1
Voltage at the high beam at the LED-ECU.    25.50 V
Voltage at the dipped-beam at the LED-ECU.V    25.50 V
Actual temperature of the NTC number 1.    419.0 °F
Actual temperature of the NTC number 2.    419.0 °F

   
E58C00    No LIN message (from LED-EVG)
Currently present    YES
Engine warning light (MIL)    NO
Frequency count    231
Logistic(Healing) count    0
Fault Code History -
   
Record number    1
Odometer    17232.7 mls
ABS time    443154
System Voltage    14.30 V
KL15 Status    1
Voltage at the high beam at the LED-ECU.    14.10 V
Voltage at the dipped-beam at the LED-ECU.V    14.00 V
Actual temperature of the NTC number 1.    419.0 °F
Actual temperature of the NTC number 2.    419.0 °F
Record number    2
Odometer    17391.1 mls
ABS time    1134272
System Voltage    12.00 V
KL15 Status    1
Voltage at the high beam at the LED-ECU.    25.50 V
Voltage at the dipped-beam at the LED-ECU.V    25.50 V
Actual temperature of the NTC number 1.    419.0 °F
Actual temperature of the NTC number 2.    419.0 °F

   
E58C04    No LIN message (from multicontroller)
Currently present    YES
Engine warning light (MIL)    NO
Frequency count    42
Logistic(Healing) count    0
Fault Code History -
   
Record number    1
Odometer    17232.7 mls
ABS time    443154
System Voltage    14.20 V
KL15 Status    1
Record number    2
Odometer    17391.1 mls
ABS time    1134272
System Voltage    12.00 V
KL15 Status    1


This is the first reading from my friends GS-(11

Fault Codes : 9
- :
800ED7 : LED-EVG Low-beam NTC invalid
Currently present : NO
Engine warning light (MIL) : NO
Frequency count : 255
Logistic(Healing) count : 40
. Fault Code History :
. . Record number : 1
. . Odometer : 16828.1 mls
. . ABS time : 1567
. . System Voltage : 14.30 V
. . KL15 Status : 1
. . Voltage at the high beam of the LED-ECU. : 14.00 V
. . Voltage at the dipped-beam of the LED-ECU : 13.90 V
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 1. : 419.0 °F
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 2. : 419.0 °F
. . Record number : 2
. . Odometer : 17232.0 mls
. . ABS time : 432482
. . System Voltage : 14.50 V
. . KL15 Status : 1
. . Voltage at the high beam of the LED-ECU. : 14.10 V
. . Voltage at the dipped-beam of the LED-ECU : 13.90 V
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 1. : 419.0 °F
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 2. : 419.0 °F
- :
800EBD : LED-EVG headlight communication error
Currently present : NO
Engine warning light (MIL) : NO
Frequency count : 255
Logistic(Healing) count : 40
. Fault Code History :
. . Record number : 1
. . Odometer : 16884.1 mls
. . ABS time : 437844
. . System Voltage : 14.10 V
. . KL15 Status : 1
. . Voltage at the high beam of the LED-ECU. : 14.10 V
. . Voltage at the dipped-beam of the LED-ECU : 14.00 V
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 1. : 419.0 °F
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 2. : 419.0 °F
. . Record number : 2
. . Odometer : 17229.6 mls
. . ABS time : 432335
. . System Voltage : 14.00 V
. . KL15 Status : 1
. . Voltage at the high beam of the LED-ECU. : 25.50 V
. . Voltage at the dipped-beam of the LED-ECU : 25.50 V
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 1. : 102.2 °F
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 2. : 419.0 °F
- :
800ED5 : LED-EVG light, invalid serial number
Currently present : NO
Engine warning light (MIL) : NO
Frequency count : 255
Logistic(Healing) count : 40
. Fault Code History :
. . Record number : 1
. . Odometer : 16828.1 mls
. . ABS time : 1567
. . System Voltage : 14.30 V
. . KL15 Status : 1
. . Voltage at the high beam of the LED-ECU. : 14.00 V
. . Voltage at the dipped-beam of the LED-ECU : 13.90 V
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 1. : 419.0 °F
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 2. : 419.0 °F
. . Record number : 2
. . Odometer : 17232.0 mls
. . ABS time : 432482
. . System Voltage : 14.50 V
. . KL15 Status : 1
. . Voltage at the high beam of the LED-ECU. : 14.10 V
. . Voltage at the dipped-beam of the LED-ECU : 13.90 V
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 1. : 419.0 °F
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 2. : 419.0 °F
- :
800EBF : LED-EVG, invalid software version
Currently present : NO
Engine warning light (MIL) : NO
Frequency count : 255
Logistic(Healing) count : 40
. Fault Code History :
. . Record number : 1
. . Odometer : 16828.1 mls
. . ABS time : 1567
. . System Voltage : 14.30 V
. . KL15 Status : 1
. . Voltage at the high beam of the LED-ECU. : 14.00 V
. . Voltage at the dipped-beam of the LED-ECU : 13.90 V
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 1. : 419.0 °F
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 2. : 419.0 °F
. . Record number : 2
. . Odometer : 17232.0 mls
. . ABS time : 432482
. . System Voltage : 14.50 V
. . KL15 Status : 1
. . Voltage at the high beam of the LED-ECU. : 14.10 V
. . Voltage at the dipped-beam of the LED-ECU : 13.90 V
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 1. : 419.0 °F
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 2. : 419.0 °F
- :
E58C03 : No LIN message (status from LED-EVG)
Currently present : NO
Engine warning light (MIL) : NO
Frequency count : 255
Logistic(Healing) count : 0
. Fault Code History :
. . Record number : 1
. . Odometer : 13100.4 mls
. . ABS time : 1380923
. . System Voltage : 12.30 V
. . KL15 Status : 1
. . Voltage at the high beam of the LED-ECU. : 25.50 V
. . Voltage at the dipped-beam of the LED-ECU : 25.50 V
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 1. : 419.0 °F
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 2. : 419.0 °F
. . Record number : 2
. . Odometer : 17232.0 mls
. . ABS time : 432483
. . System Voltage : 14.20 V
. . KL15 Status : 1
. . Voltage at the high beam of the LED-ECU. : 14.00 V
. . Voltage at the dipped-beam of the LED-ECU : 13.90 V
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 1. : 102.2 °F
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 2. : 419.0 °F
- :
E58C01 : No LIN message (status from LED-EVG)
Currently present : NO
Engine warning light (MIL) : NO
Frequency count : 255
Logistic(Healing) count : 0
. Fault Code History :
. . Record number : 1
. . Odometer : 13100.4 mls
. . ABS time : 1380923
. . System Voltage : 12.30 V
. . KL15 Status : 1
. . Voltage at the high beam of the LED-ECU. : 25.50 V
. . Voltage at the dipped-beam of the LED-ECU : 25.50 V
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 1. : 419.0 °F
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 2. : 419.0 °F
. . Record number : 2
. . Odometer : 17232.0 mls
. . ABS time : 432483
. . System Voltage : 14.30 V
. . KL15 Status : 1
. . Voltage at the high beam of the LED-ECU. : 14.00 V
. . Voltage at the dipped-beam of the LED-ECU : 13.90 V
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 1. : 102.2 °F
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 2. : 419.0 °F
- :
E58C02 : No LIN message (voltage from LED-EVG)
Currently present : NO
Engine warning light (MIL) : NO
Frequency count : 255
Logistic(Healing) count : 0
. Fault Code History :
. . Record number : 1
. . Odometer : 13100.4 mls
. . ABS time : 1380923
. . System Voltage : 12.30 V
. . KL15 Status : 1
. . Voltage at the high beam of the LED-ECU. : 25.50 V
. . Voltage at the dipped-beam of the LED-ECU : 25.50 V
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 1. : 419.0 °F
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 2. : 419.0 °F
. . Record number : 2
. . Odometer : 17232.0 mls
. . ABS time : 432482
. . System Voltage : 14.30 V
. . KL15 Status : 1
. . Voltage at the high beam of the LED-ECU. : 25.50 V
. . Voltage at the dipped-beam of the LED-ECU : 25.50 V
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 1. : 419.0 °F
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 2. : 419.0 °F
- :
E58C00 : No LIN message (from LED-EVG)
Currently present : NO
Engine warning light (MIL) : NO
Frequency count : 255
Logistic(Healing) count : 0
. Fault Code History :
. . Record number : 1
. . Odometer : 13100.4 mls
. . ABS time : 1380923
. . System Voltage : 12.30 V
. . KL15 Status : 1
. . Voltage at the high beam of the LED-ECU. : 25.50 V
. . Voltage at the dipped-beam of the LED-ECU : 25.50 V
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 1. : 419.0 °F
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 2. : 419.0 °F
. . Record number : 2
. . Odometer : 17232.0 mls
. . ABS time : 432482
. . System Voltage : 14.50 V
. . KL15 Status : 1
. . Voltage at the high beam of the LED-ECU. : 14.10 V
. . Voltage at the dipped-beam of the LED-ECU : 13.90 V
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 1. : 419.0 °F
. . Actual temperature of the the NTC number 2. : 419.0 °F
- :
E58C04 : No LIN message (from multicontroller)
Currently present : NO
Engine warning light (MIL) : NO
Frequency count : 27
Logistic(Healing) count : 0
. Fault Code History :
. . Record number : 1
. . Odometer : 16829.4 mls
. . ABS time : 1621
. . System Voltage : 14.40 V
. . KL15 Status : 1
. . Record number : 2
. . Odometer : 17036.9 mls
. . ABS time : 422056
. . System Voltage : 14.30 V
. . KL15 Status : 1

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General Discussion / Re: Connectivity Problem
« Last post by Pappy35 on April 18, 2018, 08:55:56 PM »
Well, you would have to first suspect there's a problem. In my case the receptacle wasn't fully seated. THen you have to have the tools to remove the pins. Again in my case I noted a couple of them seemed to have loose wires when crimped so I broke out my wire crimper and fixed that. Once I reassembled it and plugged th unit in it worked perfectly.
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Technical / Re: Activate the alarm system by GS-911 WiFi on R1200GS LC?
« Last post by SuperMek on April 18, 2018, 09:51:52 AM »
Of course if it came all together from the factory, but this is not the case here. The alarm system has been added later. I myself installed it, and have now to get it activated.
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