One of our site premium Vendors has one - BeemerBoneYard. Contact them for more info.Stoner said:Any body got one 4 sale? I would also like the schematics to theat bugger if they are available.
jack69boots said:Not sure what your problem is with the ABS but here are some ideas.
1st of all do you know how to reset it? It involves grounding the center pin of the ABS test connector and holding down the ABS switch while you turn on the bike. There is a procedure out there on the web that goes into detail that I could find for you. When your battery gets low the ABS will fault out so it's a good procedure to have handy.
Another thing that I have noticed about the ABS on my K100rs is that the wire connections seem to get corroded. I've had faults that are simply corrected by disconnecting and reconnecting cables. In particular the blue connectors that are in middle of the cables coming up from the ABS sensors. I treated them with dialectric grease but in the past I solved re-occurring ABS faults by just reseating ABS cables. I also had to get under the tank once and reseat the ABS relay. Problem solved.
I have also solved tach problems just by re-seating the cable connector.
Go here: http://www.largiader.com/abs/absfault.htmlswervinswervout said:Hi Jack:
I would like to ask if you know of procedures and methods to reset ABSII on K12RS bikes. I am in need to reset mine and have been scouring the net to no avail. I know that the K12RS's do not have ABS buttons and also the diagnositc pin (you know the pin which should be grounded) which one of the writeup's describes is not the same as mine.
Can anybody shed some light (with pictues of pins and pin locations) on how a reset may be performe on K12RS's.
Thanks in Advance to all.
Not all problems with ABS are the result of a defective "ABS brain." I highly recommend that you check out the ABS system thoroughly. There is a way to determine the fault code by connecting the middle pin of the "blue capped" wire under you seat to a led light and grounding it. Look onStoner said:Any body got one 4 sale? I would also like the schematics to theat bugger if they are available. Stoner
Google won't find them.......do you have any info?PFLS said:I've located an outfit that rebuilds abs computers, and says it can do abs1 for BMW motorcycles. Cost is $250. I haven't used them yet, so I can't vouch for the work they do, but I am planning to send them my unit soon. Do an internet search for Module Master. They're in Moscow, Idaho