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To understand the problem you need to connect a device for diagnostics? Did I understand you correctly? By the combination of flashing lights can not be determined?
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Hi Andrew
Where to look first without any diagnostic equipment is very difficult in this case.
Here are many listings on this page: http://forum.hexcode.co.za/forum/index.php/board,22.0.html

Your fault sounds like > pressure in wheel circuit to high :(
Real time values are necessary

I concur!
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Hi Andrew
Where to look first without any diagnostic equipment is very difficult in this case.
Here are many listings on this page: http://forum.hexcode.co.za/forum/index.php/board,22.0.html

Your fault sounds like > pressure in wheel circuit to high :(
Real time values are necessary
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Good day to all. Faced with the problem of ABS on my 2005 production k1200s, mileage 20000km. Watch the video and if there is a solution, where to see what to check, what error does the lamp indicate? There is no diagnostic equipment nearby. Thank you everyone.
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General Discussion / Re: Throttle body sync - latest software.
« Last post by lanaroady on July 18, 2019, 01:14:28 PM »
What else changed in the layout?

Apart from the layout of the BMSK service functions, nothing else has changed so far, except for a few new functions that were added, as described https://www.redadair.com in our announcement:

Although initially I got somewhat confused, the new layout of the BMSK service functions is better than the previous one.

Yes the layout was bit old and the new filmware has been updated so you dont have to worry about BMSK
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Hi
The base system version of the GS911 is 0.254-0.166. The bike model no. is: R1200GS (K50) Factory level K001-18-11-500, Actual I-Level K001-15-07-522, Latest I-Level K001-14-08-500. Hope this helps. Many thanks.
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This topic has not been posted in for over 120 days but I have just serviced my R1200GS and have the same 3 faults. I have only just got the GS 911 so do not know if the faults were showing before. Has anyone solved the mystery? Are they genuine faults. Thanks.

E5942C CAN message from SEB timeout.
(Sensorbox_ID1_Motorrad_2010)

E5942E CAN message from SEB timeout.
(Sensorbox_ID4_Motorrad_2010)

E59468 No CAN message for Sensorbox_ID7 (from Angular (rotation rate) sensor/SEB)

Can you give the precise model, it will be in the start of the Autoscan, & whether the faults are currently present ?
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This topic has not been posted in for over 120 days but I have just serviced my R1200GS and have the same 3 faults. I have only just got the GS 911 so do not know if the faults were showing before. Has anyone solved the mystery? Are they genuine faults. Thanks.

E5942C CAN message from SEB timeout.
(Sensorbox_ID1_Motorrad_2010)

E5942E CAN message from SEB timeout.
(Sensorbox_ID4_Motorrad_2010)

E59468 No CAN message for Sensorbox_ID7 (from Angular (rotation rate) sensor/SEB)
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General Discussion / Re: Does the GS-911 have access to Thermo Coupler
« Last post by NeilH on July 16, 2019, 10:19:08 AM »
Thank you Mornay,

I ordered an OBD linkLx to solve the problem. Having both tools gives me the best of both worlds :)

Neil
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How do I... / Re: Change l/100km to km/l
« Last post by Mornay on July 16, 2019, 08:27:52 AM »
Hi,

The service functions for the cluster are currently in beta testing phase. What this means is if you accept the potential risks of the coding I can mark your GS-911 as beta which will grant you access to these functions. Note the two points are very important to minimize the risk of ending up with a cluster without coding.

  • You need to have excellent WiFi signal where you perform the coding. The GS-911wifi creates a backup of your bikes current coding and then requests the new coding from our cloud server. If you do not have very good WiFi signal these processes might be interrupted.
  • The battery voltage of your bike needs to be higher than 12.5V throughout the procedure, so the best is to keep the bike on a charger.


you can PM me if you want to proceed, I just need your device serial number.

Regards,
Mornay
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