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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old Feb 16th, 2020, 1:10 pm Thread Starter
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Exhaust flap servo motor fault 10313

I finally screwed up my courage to hook up my GS-911 to my new to me second hand, well out of warranty, 2015 K1300S. There were a few known bulb failure faults. All faults cleared except an Exhaust Flap Servo Motor fault 10313. Do I play BMW mechanic, buy and install a new one? Or is there a better, cheaper (those things cost nearly $260.00) more elegant fix? The bike runs fine, but does pop on a 4th to 5th shift assist shift. it has an Akropovic exhaust. I’m wondering if the previous owner didn’t disconnect it?
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old Feb 16th, 2020, 3:49 pm
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Did you start the bike? if not id does show error when reading the codes, same on my, the servo works fine but i get a code with only ign on, probably due to the fact that it does not actuate when engine off so computer does not get a signal from it. Check under servicefunctions and i think you can make it move for functioncheck without engine on.

Exhaustpop with an acra and qs, if you only get 1 pop, you're not opening the throttle enough...it should pop and spit flames on all shifts, no danger. The flap is just there to reduce noise and is more closed the less throttle is open, an adjustable DB-killer so to speak. If you disconnect the wire to the flap it stays in full open position, disconnect the servo and it stays in closed and bike would not run on higher rpm's.

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Thanks for the input. I’ll recheck it. I’m still learning my way around the GS-911.

A POP and flames with each shift? N E A T!!
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post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old Mar 3rd, 2020, 10:44 am Thread Starter
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Okay, I hooked up the gs-911, fired up “Death Wish” and lo and behold, the 10313 error code is still there Bike runs beautifully, but a non-clearing error code is still troubling. Now what? Where is the servo located? It appears to be in the bowels of the motorcycle, of course.
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Does it actuate in servicemode or when using throttle with engine running? If so forget about it.

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Iím still on the learning curve. I wasnít aware of a service mode. I guess I need to dig through the GS-911 some more. How do I tell if the valve is working when I use the throttle? Can this be done without removing the can? I donít think it would run too well at full throttle with the valve closed. Frankly, I think the valve is a pain that could become a real problem in the future. I believe that it will default to open if I just disconnect the Bowden cable? If I elect to do that, how do I remove the plastic splash guards?

Youíve been a big help with this. Thank you for your time, patience and knowledge.

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If it were closed the bike would not run at high rpm. The cover is screwed on if my memory is not totally off.

Disconnect the cable andut flips to fully open yes. Some do just that and tuck the cable away, servo works but flap is always open.

Never heard if an actual problem with this part.

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Thanks, again. This part reminds me of a side stand switch. Itís not necessary for the bike to function, and it is just something that could be a nuisance down the road. Iím beginning to think Iím making a mountain out of a mole hill, though.
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Thanks, again. This part reminds me of a side stand switch. Itís not necessary for the bike to function, and it is just something that could be a nuisance down the road. Iím beginning to think Iím making a mountain out of a mole hill, though.
Think you are, even if the servo fails when out riding, just unhook the cable or cut it off and the flap opens.

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