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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-01-2012, 10:47 AM Thread Starter
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ABS/DTC light on

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I made a wheelie(sport mode) yesterday and after that, when i reached the garage, ABS and DTC lights turned on and stay solid. Turning off/on bike doesnt help. Bike doesnt have PVC or aftermarket turnsignals. I'm riding all day today and sometimes DTC lamp flashes, sometimes when i turn off/on bike, they both flash and after few meters ABS becomes solid and DTC solid/Flash.
Closest dealer is 2000 kms. Checked all fuses, they are ok.
Any ideas guys ?
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Try pressing and holding ABS/DTC button while bike is on, it will turn on/off ABS and/or DTC. do they flash when push the button? Take the manual it should have the part which describes how to turn on/off ABS and DTC.

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Try pressing and holding ABS/DTC button while bike is on, it will turn on/off ABS and/or DTC. do they flash when push the button? Take the manual it should have the part which describes how to turn on/off ABS and DTC.
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Ok, I will double heck when I'll get home from work.


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have you changed the clutch lever? check the micro switch is working, you should hear it clicking when using the clutch
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Seems as if your button is working from the video.

I believe there is a sequence of holding the button then letting off and holding again to switch from turning DTC and or ABS on off.

http://www.s1000rrforum.com/forum/bm...rs-manual.html

Check the security of the wheel speed sensors. Front is more likely the problem. Or it could be that your switch plug has come partially loose and is giving intermittent connection issues. The plug is very snug usually but could be a problem.

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have you changed the clutch lever? check the micro switch is working, you should hear it clicking when using the clutch
Its working. Any other ideas?
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You'll need to get with someone in your area who has a gs911 to show the fault. That handy device might pay for itself with the first dealer visit (dealer mechanics are a real hit and miss...)
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