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Technical / I-Level for 2008 R1200RT
« Last post by mike d on Today at 07:48:08 AM »
I have read the recent posts on I-Levels and wonder (before I go to a Motorrad dealer) does anyone know what the latest I=Levels would be for a 2008 R1200RT.

Thanks in advance.

Mike

The Autoscan shows:

 AutoScan Report
GS-911 version: 1703.1 Datapack version: 7.4
Serial Number: GS1 003 812
Firmware version: 0.253-0.146 Datapack version: 0.129
Registered to: The BMW Club Ltd (UK)
Date: 28/06/2017 Time: 18:24:00

Motorcycle Information

VIN:
Mileage: 27203.0 miles
Cluster date: 28 June 2017
Next service date: 01 September 2018
Next service distance: 33200 miles
Factory I-Level: K024-08-08-500
Actual I-Level: K024-10-08-500

BMS-KP2
BMS type:
BMS-KP2
Part No.:
7722565
Hardware Index:
10
Coding Index:
02
Manufacture Date (YY/MM/DD):
2008-08-10
MCV:
0.6.0
FSV:
0.77.35
OSV:
2.3.1
Manufacturer:
Bosch
HWOE No.:
61787948
Program status:
350I
Date release:
6C10
Factory I-Level:
K024-08-08-500
Actual I-Level:
K024-10-08-500
VIN model year:
2009

No fault codes found

ZFE-High
ZFE type:
ZFE-High
Factory I-Level:
K024-08-08-500
Actual I-Level:
K024-10-08-500

Part No.:
7720220
Hardware Index:
03
Coding Index:
09
Manufacture Date (YY/MM/DD):
2004-04-15
MCV:
0.6.0
FSV:
2.7.0
OSV:
3.3.0
Manufacturer:
Loewe Lear
HWOE No.:
61765220
Factory I-Level:
K024-08-08-500
Actual I-Level:
K024-10-08-500
 
Speed sensor manufacturer is Bosch

   Speed sensor type is DF11

   ABS fitted

   ESA fitted

   ESA has hall sensor

   Heated grips

   Heated seat driver

   Heated seat passenger

   Outside temperature sensor

   Brake light switch status over CAN

   Film type fuel sensor

   Manual low beam off switch

   Storage of temperature indication when engine hot

   Electronic windscreen present

   Cruise control present


No fault codes found

Integral ABS 2 - CAN
Part No.:
7711978
HW Version No.:
C2
Coding Index:
0
Manufacturing Date:
2008-07-17
HWOE No.:
61700116
Manufacturer:
Continental Teves
MCV:
0.6.0
FSV:
2.2.0
OSV:
3.3.0
Free programming slots:
1
Serial No.:
687H00170
Hardware No.:
07682002
Hardware star No.:
07711978

No fault codes found

CAN-Kombi H/L
Cluster type:
CAN-Kombi H/L
Part No.:
7713879
Hardware Index:
C6
Coding Index:
04
Manufacturer:
Siemens VDO Automotive
Manufacture Date (YY/MM/DD):
2007-02-08
MCV:
0.6.0
FSV:
1.8.0
OSV:
3.3.10
HWOE No.:
61717692
Assembly No.:
7713880
Variant:
K26
Factory I-Level:
K024-08-08-500
Actual I-Level:
K024-10-08-500

No fault codes found
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General Discussion / Re: RE: BMW R1200GS LC MODEL 2015 : BAR TO PSI CHANGE.
« Last post by gs-riders on June 28, 2017, 06:57:25 PM »
Just joined the Forum today to find out how to change from Bar to PSI on mine and the wifes bike after picking up a GS-911 yesterday. Any updates on when this will be possible?
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Common trouble codes or issues with known solutions / Unknown code
« Last post by spiritrider51 on June 27, 2017, 05:27:11 PM »
2016 BMW K1600gtl  4,400miles

Fault code report lists under BMSX fault code #21F5E2.
Cannot find it anywhere.
Help please.
Peace.
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Technical / Re: Idle Actuation Calibration - R1200 TwinCam Models
« Last post by WayneC on June 27, 2017, 03:01:49 AM »
Understanding iLevel is required here, it is the overall Integration level of all the ECU's in the machine as of the date specified

K024-12-02-500 = K024 Model Series 12-02 is 2012 Feb, 500 is version 500 release in 2012
K024-16-06-510 = K024 Model Series 16-06 is 2012 June, 510 is version 510 release in 2016

So it is far more than a simple increment in overall revision level of one ECU, there may well have been multiple revisions of multiple ECU's
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Technical / Re: Idle Actuation Calibration - R1200 TwinCam Models
« Last post by ROBERTOJG on June 26, 2017, 11:19:56 PM »
Paul,

Thanks for picking this topic up. I think my bike may be ok which I will explain later. As I understand it only certain models were affected with the Idle Calibration problem. HexCode were asking affected people to contact them to see if a pattern was emerging about just which group of bikes were being affected.
I carried out a throttle body synch using a 'Carbtune' without using GS911 and everything worked out ok. I then did the same using the GS911 which as I understand parks the stepper motors up. Unbeknown to me when you start the synch using GS911 the first thing it did by default was calibrate the Idle Actuator prior to carrying out the synch procedure. This alarmed me somewhat as the engine began to run extremely rough for about 10 seconds then settled to a nice even tickover. So I think that my bike appears to be ok and not affected by this problem. All in all a great piece of kit which also carried out the ABS Bleed test as part of the brake fluid change.
Lastly I may ask the local BMW dealer about iLevel update to 510 from 500. Can't understand why they have not updated it at previous services. BMW must have a good reason for updating there software!

Many thanks again.

Rob.
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hallo jughead
have you shipped it


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Technical / Re: Idle Actuation Calibration - R1200 TwinCam Models
« Last post by Paul Hoffmann on June 23, 2017, 09:20:58 AM »
Hi
I have a 2012 R1200GS and had this problem, following their advice in the known issue cured the rough idle.
Had the firmware updated at a dealer in Portugal mid 2016 and the autoscan now shows "Actual I-Level:   K024-16-06-510"
It did take some time for the GS911 updates to catch up but currently running V1703.1 and all was fine at the start of 2017 when I last serviced the 1200GS.
I reported this to Hexcode in 2016 so as far as I was concerned they had all the current info.
Hope this helps!!
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ABS related issues / Three brake codes
« Last post by mikemoto on June 22, 2017, 11:55:37 PM »
2004 R1150RT



I have three brake codes,
17914 Faulty power supply to warning lamp relay

17419 rear abs motor defective

The bike came in with no brakes at all. The customer tried to fix them himself. I bleed the system and everything works, but I can't clear these codes.

Any thoughts??
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Technical / Re: How to balance idle actuators
« Last post by Paul Hoffmann on June 22, 2017, 06:06:30 PM »
Thanks Wayne for the quick reply.
I had seen the TSB`s on F650 but was more interested for my 1200GS (should have mentioned it).
I will look at the nhtsa site and see if I can find any.
As far as adaptations I have reset them successfully both on the 650 and 1200 so I am happy with that (you gave me some advice recently for the 650)
Cheers again for the info.
Paul
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Technical / Re: How to balance idle actuators
« Last post by WayneC on June 22, 2017, 11:14:00 AM »
Hi Paul

The procedure re reset and adaption rebuild is a standard generic process which is applicable to many makes and models of vehicles with "learning" ECU's including BMW cars and bikes.

There can be some variations on whether the idle is for a specified period or until the fan kicks in as per the bikes

The BMW Dealer Diags system normally prompts the Dealer Tech to turn off ignition and then back on then start and idle etc and can have some explanatory text on screen. Hexcode give the same explanations and instructions on screen on the models I have looked at

In terms of TSB's there are some over at f650.com for the 650GS models and I would expect the other model forums would have liberated TSB's for their specific models. NHTSA can be a good source of TSB's where you know of recalls or problems with a specific model

The latest TSB I am aware of is the detailed TSB BMW issued to dealers over the G650GS 2013+ BMS-E Recall and properly published on the NHTSA web site, it is pretty clear from the way BMW detailed the TSB that one could say the Dealers have not always followed properly procedures

G650GS TSB and remedial Action
https://static.nhtsa.gov/odi/rcl/2016/RCRIT-16V689-3315.pdf
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