So here's my story...I own a 2000 K1200RS. After the winter, my battery was low. I tried to crank over my bike and subsequently locked my "Starter Relay" into the "ON" position, meaning my bike would try and turn over when connecting the battery, even with the ignition in the "off" position (lesson learned...NEVER try to over-crank your K12). Anyway, I went to the dealer and the owner was nice enough to take me into the back area and show me where the relay is located. I planned on doing this myself (The relay, by the way is located under the gas tank). Unfortunately, the OWNER showed me the wrong location the of starter relay, and had me replace the "Fuel control module".
Here's the tricky part.... The "Starter relay" that he gave me was a control module for the NEW upgraded starter-relay-harness, which fit EXACTLY into the spot where the fuel module was. Yes it was a different color, but I figured it was just a new part.
Any-frickin'-how, I came to the forum's here (which I should have done in the first place), and learned the trick to "Un-stick" the starter-relay (simply push the START button while it is trying to crank over.... duh). Well NOW...my "Fuel-gauge" and "Low fuel indicator light" do not work anymore.
The dealer did take back the part (which are not returnable) and acknowledged that he was partially responsible for this, BUT said, "I need to make an appointment to diagnose the fuel-gauge problem, and that it would take a couple hours (at $95 per hour) to diagnose.
Does anyone have any suggestions as to how and diagnose this myself?