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R1200 models / Re: Faul code 41792
« Last post by schuppi on May 22, 2019, 11:16:40 AM »
Hello

Because the engine control unit is the gateway (diagnostic master) for all other devices, I would check the connections to the ZFE here.
Check voltage supply and earth connections, test for correct contact.
If necessary, check these wiring harnesses for too tight cable ties, cable breaks possible.
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R1200 models / Faul code 41792
« Last post by wallen.p@hotmail.com on May 21, 2019, 05:27:48 PM »
I cant find reason for  this code, connectors checked from ZFE, instrument cluster, tyre pressure control unit, visually wires are ok. Problem started last autumn, after that I have replaced tyre pressure unit and it was ok for a while then started again.

Motorcycle Information
VIN: WB10380028ZU49464
Mileage: 86310.0 km
Cluster date: 28 helmikuu 1982
Next service date: 05 huhtikuu 2020
Next service distance: 95877 km
Factory I-Level: K024-07-10-500
Actual I-Level: K024-12-08-500
BMS-KP
BMS type:   BMS-KP
Controller Type:   Engine Controller
Part No.:   7717143
Hardware Index:   10
Coding Index:   02
Manufacture Date (YY/MM/DD):   2007-10-26
MCV:   0.6.0
FSV:   0.77.31
OSV:   2.3.1
Manufacturer:   Bosch GmbH
HWOE No.:   28841755
Program status:   310I
Date release:   QC12
Factory I-Level:   K024-07-10-500
Actual I-Level:   K024-12-08-500
VIN model year:   2008


1 fault codes found:

10218   CAN-bus Timeout: no communication with KOMBI (Instrument Cluster) control unit
The fault is not present now.
Tyre Pressure TPM
RDC/DWA type:   Tyre Pressure TPM
Controller Type:   Anti-Theft Alarm / Tyre Pressure Monitor
Part No.:   7720818
Hardware Index:   C4
Coding Index:   4
Manufacturer:   Schrader
HWOE No.:   28869747
MCV:   0.6.0
FSV:   2.1.0
OSV:   4.0.2


No fault codes found
ZFE-High
ZFE type:   ZFE-High
Controller Type:   Vehicle Electronics
Part No.:   7718037
Hardware Index:   03
Coding Index:   09
Manufacture Date (YY/MM/DD):   2004-04-15
MCV:   0.6.0
FSV:   2.2.1
OSV:   3.3.0
Manufacturer:   Loewe / Lear
HWOE No.:   28850955
Factory I-Level:   K024-07-10-500
Actual I-Level:   K024-12-08-500
   Speed sensor manufacturer is Bosch   
   Speed sensor type is DF11   
   ABS fitted   
   ESA fitted   
   ESA has hall sensor   
   Heated grips   
   Outside temperature sensor   
   Brake light switch status over CAN   
   Rear bulb replacement   
   Film type fuel sensor   
   Manual low beam off switch   
   Brake light type is LED   
   Rear light type is LED   
   Storage of temperature indication when engine hot   


2 fault codes found:

41756   CAN-bus timeout to KOMBI (Instrument cluster) control module
The fault is not present now.
41792   Wake-up line malfunction, short-circuit
The fault is currently present.
Integral ABS 2 - CAN
Controller Type:   ABS Brakes
Part No.:   7711978
HW Version No.:   C1
Coding Index:   0
Manufacturing Date:   2007-11-14
HWOE No.:   29063603
Manufacturer:   Continental Teves
MCV:   0.6.0
FSV:   2.2.0
OSV:   3.3.0
Free programming slots:   1
Serial No.:   67BE003C6
Hardware No.:   07682002
Hardware star No.:   07711978


1 fault codes found:

54104   CAN-bus timeout from KOMBI
The fault is not present now.
CAN-Kombi H/L
Cluster type:   CAN-Kombi H/L
Controller Type:   Instrument Cluster
Part No.:   7718195
Hardware Index:   05
Coding Index:   06
Manufacturer:   Siemens VDO Automotive
Manufacture Date (YY/MM/DD):   2006-08-18
MCV:   0.6.0
FSV:   3.1.2
OSV:   3.3.10
HWOE No.:   28849787
Assembly No.:   7718195
Variant:   K25 Adventure with ABS/ASC switch on one button
Factory I-Level:   K024-07-10-500
Actual I-Level:   K024-12-08-500


1 fault codes found:

37661   CAN-bus timeout with RDC (Tyre pressure) control unit
The fault is not present now.
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F Series / Re: Location of diag plug
« Last post by Mats@MFT on May 21, 2019, 09:43:23 AM »
Just fyi: All new bikes from 2017 onwards with EU4 standard should have the 16-pin OBDII connector .....but only if they are "newly delevoped" means "older constructions" might still have older diag plug connectors.
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General Discussion / Re: 2010 K1300GT
« Last post by Jughead on May 18, 2019, 09:55:50 AM »
We have a winner(s).  Pat yourself on the back if you thought the bike had a bad O2 sensor.  This one's for you, Gunleif.

Replaced the O2 sensor despite my doubts, and the bike started right up, idled smoothly and revved easily.  Only ran it 20 seconds as it was getting dark.

Cue the tune... "on the road again, just can't wait to get on the road again"...

To sum it up...

Bike ran poorly, suddenly, on cold startup in the afternoon.  Two header pipes cold, exhaust sooty, catalytic converter glowing. Spark plugs evenly sooty, original O2 sensor black.

GS-911 reported no codes set in ECU despite that this was probably a gross violation of emissions standards.  O2 sensor voltage steady at 0.8 or so.

Replaced coils and plugs, no change.  Replaced O2 sensor, alles gut!

Disappointed that the ECU did not detect a problem.  Good that the realtime plot of sensor voltage showed it was bad (though I thought it would fail at zero volts, we live and learn).

Replaced

That is exactly why I asked you to have a look at the O2 Graph.  That would have told you whether the sensor was working or not.  That was my first reply to your query.  Look it up.  Reply #2.
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General Discussion / Re: Tyre Pressure TPMS / Wake-Up tool for RDC
« Last post by Gunleif on May 17, 2019, 10:34:39 PM »
I have a EL-50448, wake up tool. Paid $10, with shipping. Works every time on my K1300 GT.
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General Discussion / Re: 2010 K1300GT
« Last post by Gunleif on May 17, 2019, 10:14:55 PM »
Nice  :)
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General Discussion / Re: 2010 K1300GT
« Last post by Honolulu on May 17, 2019, 07:56:26 PM »
We have a winner(s).  Pat yourself on the back if you thought the bike had a bad O2 sensor.  This one's for you, Gunleif.

Replaced the O2 sensor despite my doubts, and the bike started right up, idled smoothly and revved easily.  Only ran it 20 seconds as it was getting dark.

Cue the tune... "on the road again, just can't wait to get on the road again"...

To sum it up...

Bike ran poorly, suddenly, on cold startup in the afternoon.  Two header pipes cold, exhaust sooty, catalytic converter glowing. Spark plugs evenly sooty, original O2 sensor black.

GS-911 reported no codes set in ECU despite that this was probably a gross violation of emissions standards.  O2 sensor voltage steady at 0.8 or so.

Replaced coils and plugs, no change.  Replaced O2 sensor, alles gut!

Disappointed that the ECU did not detect a problem.  Good that the realtime plot of sensor voltage showed it was bad (though I thought it would fail at zero volts, we live and learn).

Replaced
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F Series / Re: Location of diag plug
« Last post by CRKrogh on May 16, 2019, 05:06:16 PM »
Funny thing is, NEtech ApS (agent in Denmark) thought the same, but it seems that ie. Ducati sticks with the "old" type.
Anyway, the service indicator has now been reset and confirmation of no fault codes present.  ;D
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F Series / Re: Location of diag plug
« Last post by GS Jim on May 16, 2019, 04:02:19 PM »
Yes that is the industry standard now for all Euro I believe. I had to get one for my 2018 R 1200 GS. The short one will fit in the GS 911 case so you can carry it with you on trips. Glad you are all sorted now.
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F Series / Re: Location of diag plug
« Last post by CRKrogh on May 16, 2019, 08:42:53 AM »
It just turned out, I was looking for the wrong plug: I was expecting to find the same round diag plug, as on my R1200GS (K50), but in '17 BMW changed to the same 16-pin OBD plug, used in cars for some years now.
Solution is to get the OBD converter for the GS911.  :)
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