Question about 2008 Moto Guzzi Breva 1100
Reseting the service icon on the dashboard. After servicing my Breva I would like to reset/remove the service icon on the dashboard. How do I do that?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fuel gauge on my 2006
It is not a floater problem, it is a defective indicator. You typically get the indicator going down, in some case the light comes on, then the indicator goes up again. Guzzi is aware of the problem. The problem is fixed replacing the console.
There is a technical service bulletin on the problem, here an extract:
"MOTO GUZZI BREVA 1100:FUEL SYSTEM, OTHER:STORAGE:FUEL GAUGE SYSTEM
MOTO GUZZI BREVA 1100 2006 Safety Report #TB-011-2008
MOTO GUZZI BREVA 1100 2006 technical service bulletin was issued Nov 21, 2008.MOTO GUZZI BREVA 1100 2006 had a failed FUEL SYSTEM, OTHER:STORAGE:FUEL GAUGE SYSTEM . MOTO GUZZIE MOTORCYCLE: FUEL LEVEL INDICATOR. THERE IS A NEW CODE AVAILABLE IN OUR SPARE PARTS CATALOGUE REGARDING THE FUEL LEVEL INDICATOR FOR THE MODELS SPECIFIED (BREVA 850/1100/1200, NORGE 850/1200, 1200 SPORT, STELVIO). "
Find the nearest Guzzi dealer and ask. They will propose a console replacement and tell you the terms and conditions of repair. Mention the DTC above, the problem is a factory defect.
Ginko (Proud owner of 5 Guzzi! :) )
Posted on Apr 12, 2011
Take a look at the starter solenoid. There are two larger wires, on the back. One from the battery positive, (main hot wire), the other goes to the starter motor (If you jump these terminals the starter will spin but will not engage the flywheel). Look at the wires and nuts on the solenoid, especially the starter motor side make sure they are clean and tight, have not gotten hot and started rusting. Also check the voltage on the solenoid wire, (smallest) wire from the start button. In some cases there is a voltage loss on this wire. Next time it will not engage the starter right away, make a jump from the main power battery terminal on the starter to the solenoid wire. If it starts right up every time, you need to add and wire in another relay to carry the voltage to the solenoid from the start button, (a relay to work the solenoid, lol). If that test does not work or help.. Tap on the starter motor with a hammer. if it catches and turns the engine then, the motor brushes are worn and need to be replaced.
Posted on Sep 25, 2011
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