Author Topic: R1150 GS Adventure 2002 model  (Read 4515 times)

kjhunt

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R1150 GS Adventure 2002 model
« on: January 07, 2015, 05:02:41 AM »
Happy New Year to Every one.
Please any thoughts on this matter. my rear brake has stopped working, and when I do a check in the ABS system with the GS-911 it says Active Brake Rear Not Running.
Brake Fluid level is OK
Pressure in Rear Wheel Control Circuit 43.08 bar
Pressure in Front Wheel Control Circuit 18.42 bar.

AutoScan Report
GS-911 version: 1410.2 Datapack version: 1.9 Serial Number: GS60235811 Registered to: Kenneth J Hunt
Date: 07/01/2015 Time: 07:43:21


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Motorcycle Information

 
VIN: 
Mileage: Not available

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Motronic MA2.4Motorcycle Variant: R1150R/GS ECE+US 
Part No.: 7680000
Bosch Part Number: 0261207869
ECU Software Number: 1037367353
ECU coding variant: 0
ECU program version: 48000200
Manufacturer: Bosch
HWOE No.: 26006934
Idle Actuator: No
Emissions control type: Lambda




No fault codes found

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Integral ABSPart No.: 7660909
Hardware Version No.: 16
Manufacturing date(YYYY/mm/dd): 2003/02/09
HWOE No.: 25321790
Software Version: 4.1.5
Manufacturer: FTE
Part No.: 37012055
Serial No.: 22221
Host date(YYYY/mm/dd): 2002/01/23
Control computer date(YYYY/mm/dd): 1999/09/10
Control computer version: V01.63
EPROM version: 49
Control computer ROM checksum 78




1 fault codes found:

17438 Pressure in rear wheel circuit to high
The fault is currently present.
 
Be grateful for any replies to this problem.
Ken Hunt

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Re: R1150 GS Adventure 2002 model
« Reply #1 on: January 08, 2015, 08:33:22 AM »
hi ken
the intergral abs[servo assist]  system do tend to give that fault code.it could be a pressure switch that is faulty most of the time the dealers will tell you to replace the pump, how ever if you want to try repair it yourself there is a step by step instruction [if i can call it that] in the previous discussions on this forum
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Re: R1150 GS Adventure 2002 model
« Reply #2 on: January 09, 2015, 04:07:35 AM »
OK thank you for your reply on this. I will look into what you said as no way will it be going to the dealers as they charge more than an arm and a leg here. Again many thanks. Ken.