Question about 2001 BMW R 850 RT
Hi. I have tried the reset method with grounding the middle connector and pushing the reset switch. Several times and I am sure I do it correctly. However, it still lights alternatively. What to do?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is caused by low battery voltage run bike for about a mile then stop turn of turn back on wait till abs lights go out then start
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
There is a simple way to fix it as I've discovered. Start your bike, if lights are flashing ride for a mile or two applying the rear brake a few times. Stop the bike and place on centre stand. switch off motor then restart. Your flashing lights should have gone. Why the flashing happens is if you ride and use your rear brake rarely and then your bike sits for a day or two without use your rear brake assembly fully retracts, ie pads away from disc and ABS gizzmos inactive. The ABS sensor unit then reports extended non use pattern to the onboard 'brain' which activates the warning mode of flashing lights. This has worked for me several times over the last 5 years when its occured. Full ABS operations return. Tried it on a mates bike and it fixed same problem on his.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
I would check the brake pads first to see if they are worn badly, spent a lot time once learning that will cause ABS lights to flash!
Grounding the middle pin on the ABS diagnostic plug , turn on the ignition and mash both brakes to see if the bulb checker light goes out! Very important, left out of procedure on IBMWR, if the red bulb checker light doesn't go out you have a blown tail light or stop light bulb and the ABS won't reset!
Or you have a bad bulb checker module underneath the seat. If the red light goes out then the ABS lights should go to flashing then push the ABS reset button and hold for slow count of 10 or so. Release and try it. Hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
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Apr 16, 2011 | 2005 Chevrolet Cavalier
There are two RED diagnostic lights, one to indicate a water problem, and the other to indicate a refrigeration problem.
Both On all the time / Check for thermistor set unplugged or failed
Additionally see the troubleshooting chart on page 27 "Unit OFF for a harvest problem"
Also make sure to read page 15. The thermistor inputs are on connector #5 left side of the controller
Note: The machine may be reset and restarted by
pushing and releasing the Off push button switch,
and then pushing and releasing the freeze push
Lastly after a RESET read the initial start up procedures on page 12 right side with regards to the harvest cycle steps 1 - 8.
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