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General Discussion / Playing online
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Hello all; new here. About three weeks ago I dismounted my used rear tire on my '2020 BMW R1250 GS USA spec and remounted a new rear tire. In performing the dismount I accidently broke the air valve stem. Cost to replace same was almost $70. The sensor was undamaged and I reused it along with a new air valve stem and mounted a new tire. Ever since then I get sporadic error messages on my bike's dash warning me of low PSI and to stop immediately. Whenever I stop and manually check my rear tire PSI it's always at or about the recommended 42 PSI. In using my GS-911 I get no fault codes for the rear tire sensor. However, the GS-911 does not recognize the rear tire sensor. In trying to learn the serial number the GS-911 stays in "learning" mode for what seems forever time wise and I wind up turning it off. In addition, the GS-911 will not allow me to manually enter the serial number. What am I doing wrong?

Thank you in advance for your help and suggestions! 
Just curious if there are other things I can use a GS-911 for prior to purchasing a bike aside from actual values, fault codes, etc..

Hi Jnymdnyt

The best thing is probably running a full autoscan, this shows all controllers and faults (if any) when arriving and then take the bike for a test ride. A lot of faults can be cleared while the bike is stationary but returns as soon as you ride it. Once you get back run an autoscan and check whether any faults popped up.

Kind regards
ABS related issues / Re: abs status
« Last post by schuppi on June 25, 2022, 10:28:57 PM »
Error within the control unit. Pressure sensor control circuit out of specification, target = 12-30 bar.
The pump motor does not start with the displayed 6 bar, the brake booster is not built up.
Read out error after test drive, entry will read >17181 Pressure in front wheel circuit to low <
ABS related issues / abs status
« Last post by gwhite on June 25, 2022, 03:33:21 PM »
  working on a 2006 r12rt with Wizzy brakes. the rear brake pedal was hard to push. cleaned up rear caliper and then did complete system flush following manual instructions. everthing is working no fault codes. but in the ABS status section i got these readings.
  pressure front wheel control circuit 6.57 bar
  pressure rear wheel control circuit 21.53 bar
  pressure front wheel wheel circuit 20.97
  pressure rear wheel wheel circuit 21.11
what is the wheel control circuit and why would one be reading 6.57?
  the other three readings seem good why would one front wheel reading be so low?
Just curious if there are other things I can use a GS-911 for prior to purchasing a bike aside from actual values, fault codes, etc..
Pre-Sales Support / Re: Safe to buy from Amazon?
« Last post by Anabella 01 on June 19, 2022, 08:22:54 PM »
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General Discussion / Re: calibrate TPMS
« Last post by karlh on June 18, 2022, 09:14:18 PM »
I don't know what model BMW you have, but on my 2007 R1200ST the displayed tire pressures are corrected to 20C (68F), so they almost never agree with my tire pressure gauge.
General Discussion / Re: calibrate TPMS
« Last post by Jughead on June 18, 2022, 07:31:48 PM »
No, you cannot calibrate the tpms with the GS911.  What I have done is the following, but you will need a "Wake-up" tool.

Deflate the tyres completely. ie remove the valves.  Leave them deflated overnight so that the sensors go to sleep.

Replace the valves in the morning and wake the sensors up.  Now inflate the tyres to the desired pressure.  Tpms should now read relatively accurately.
General Discussion / calibrate TPMS
« Last post by CapnJohn on June 18, 2022, 06:23:40 PM »
Is it possible to recalibrate the tire pressure sensors possibly using the GS-911?
My displayed tire pressures are always 2 lb psi to low!
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