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General Discussion / Re: Charting .csv log files
« Last post by romelu12 on August 10, 2022, 07:28:24 PM »
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ABS related issues / Re: ABS - Pressure sensor, control circuit
« Last post by Roy_F on August 10, 2022, 05:03:02 PM »
Sincere apologies Ruan,  and my mistake,  for addressing you as 'Karma' earlier....

Thanks for the mail and the added detail, that's a very useful site.... Im pleased to see I've hopefully covered off all the basics and everything is still pointing towards the ABS ECU. Hopefully the replacement will be here in the morning, so I'll connect it up and see if the fault clears. I'll let you know either way of course.....

Many Thanks,

Best Regards,

ABS related issues / Re: ABS - Pressure sensor, control circuit
« Last post by Ruan on August 10, 2022, 04:47:34 PM »
Hi Roy

I see, no, the service plan pretty much states, if the fault occurs repeatedly or is currently present, replace the ECU...

You can check this out from a site Schuppi posted a while back below:

Just remove the 0x before the fault code.

Kind regards
ABS related issues / Re: ABS - Pressure sensor, control circuit
« Last post by Roy_F on August 10, 2022, 04:10:45 PM »
Hi Karma,

Thanks for your reply, it was a replacement ABS Pump/Valve unit I tried as I had a spare one of these but I didn't have a spare ECU unit that bolts onto it. I couldn't do a test ride without swapping the Pump unit on the bike and draining / bleeding the circuits, so I just connected it to the ECU dry to the side of the bike.

With the spare Pump/Valve connected to the original ECU (out of the bike) and no fluid in it, I had 0.0 bar of pressure in both control circuits front and rear as expected, but still had the same error "Pressure sensor, control circuit, front, p2T time interval", I didn't have an error showing for the rear control circuit so exactly the same error was seen with this different Pump/Valve unit.

I did try covering the Front Control Circuit contacts on the ABS Pump/Valve unit with a small piece of paper (second from left with contacts at the top), which this time gave " Front control Circuit Electrical Error" or something similar, so it looks like I have good electrical connection with the the Pump/Valve unit.

With the same fault showing with both Pump/Valve units, I think I have eliminated the Pressure sensor and electrical connection to it with the fault likely being in the ECU.....???

I have another ECU arriving tomorrow off of exactly the same age of bike, so I'm hoping this will clear the fault as all wiring looks good....

I'll let you know how I get on... unless I have missed something obvious....???.....Always open to any suggestions which are greatfully received......

Cheers Karma,

Regards, Roy.
GS-911 Wifi / Re: Compressing Damping
« Last post by Ruan on August 10, 2022, 03:27:34 PM »

Is this something that started recently? Also, please send through a full autoscan of your bike to have a look at on our side.

Kind regards
ABS related issues / Re: ABS - Pressure sensor, control circuit
« Last post by Ruan on August 10, 2022, 03:25:26 PM »
Hi Roy

You've basically ran through the troubleshooting suggested by the handbook, just to confirm, did you give a small test ride with the replacement ECU installed?

Kind regards
General Discussion / most powerful forum engine
« Last post by diggnap on August 10, 2022, 12:45:06 PM »
hi. i am new user
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GS-911 Wifi / Compressing Damping
« Last post by bmwbob on August 10, 2022, 07:18:40 AM »
2015 BMW 1200GS 19000 miles. The compression damping on all setting seems too harsh. Recalibrating doesn't seem to change anything. Rebound changes on all setting, but harsh on compression.
ABS related issues / ABS - Pressure sensor, control circuit
« Last post by Roy_F on August 09, 2022, 01:14:17 PM »
Hi Guys, on my 2011 BMW K1600GT, I had the ABS warning light come on at start up and hasn't gone off (DSC light works as normal and goes out when moving).

Brake light works fine from both hand and foot brake and ABS appears to still work, certainly with the rear brake. Speedo is working but Cruise Control isn't but this  was until the warning light came up.

I've plugged the GS-911 in and its showing an error of -  0x480A0B  -  Pressure sensor, control circuit, front, p2T time interval

Squeezing the right hand brake lever, pressure raises in wheel circuit front, but control circuit front remains at 0.0. However if I do the same with the rear brake, the  wheel circuit rises as expected and so does the rear control circuit (from around 6.7 PSI static upwards).

I've plugged a spare ABS unit into the ABS ECU (not plumbed in) both control circuits come up 0.0 psi as I would expect, but still the same error  0x480A0B  -  Pressure sensor, control circuit, front, p2T time interval.....

Any advice or pointers would be greatfully received.....Thank You.

Cheers, Roy............
Engine related issues / Re: Fault code Ox21FE12
« Last post by Ruan on August 08, 2022, 08:43:14 AM »
Hi Arne

Looks like your ignition coil 1 is below the required voltage, the suggested action is listed below:
Check lines, wiring harness and plug connector to ignition coil 1.

Check plug connector wiring harness to the DME.

Check ignition coil 1.

Kind regards
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