Starter lockout function compromised. After reaching operating temperature and a few miles travelled, the gear **** indicator will show 1,0,2,3,5,5 instead of the correct sequence. As a conseqence I am frequently unable to find 0 when in neutral, resulting in the starter circuit being locked out. This is not a bit funny, if you are pointing uphill! Any help will be appreciated. I guess the mechanism is in the gearbox and probably submerged in oil and I think there might be some fouling happening. I look forward to whatever assitance is available. Ian.
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To be honest i bet its just a bad joint in the wiring loom,,,bmw's suffer from this a lot,,,wip the seat and tank off and pull every conector apart spray in it with switch cleaner and then put some vasaleen in it to stop the wether getting in again,,,my bmw was stood up for 6 months and it ran like a dog nothing worked right,,,lots of silly faults,,,all in the wiring loom?
only pull of one at a time or you will end up with a bmw in a heep of loos ends!!!
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Believe it or not, it is normal for these engines to use about a quart every 2000 even when they are essentially new. Note that I said, "use", not "burn". The combination of higher compression and operating temperatures causes oil to pass through the engine. You might notice your tail pipes have a good coating on the inside. I managed to slow the process by converting to Mobil 1 0W40. I get much better performance and I only use a quart every 3500-4000.
If it's a carburetor equipped model, this is normal. The engine will not come to full operating temperature in only a few miles and it will idle low. Once the engine reaches full temp, if it still idles too low, there is a screw on the carb at the top right that you set the idle speed with. If your bike is fuel injected, you'll probably have to take it to a shop to have the idle set.
Any engine, when cold, takes at least 3 miles before reaching operating temperature.. After reaching operating temp it still takes a mile or 8(depending on your vehicle) before "over" temperatures are reached. Therefore if needed, a vehicle can be driven several miles without any coolant/water at all before overheating and causing damage, if started from from cold.
ST01C is battery operated timer. Timer programming will cycle without being connected to electricity.
CR2 lithium battery specs say operating temperatures are minus 20 to minus 40 degrees Celsius. That is minus 4 to minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit. With expected service life reduced to 1 month when battery continuously exposed to temperatures at low end.
So it looks like ST01C will operate correctly for some outdoor application, but will shorten lifetime of battery. I will add that ST01C has 1 year limited warranty, and folks write in about timers that don't function after replacing battery. Of course people don't write in when timer functions correctly after replacing battery.
Get on a road you will be traveling at the same speed for a long period of time, such as a freeway.
your desired speed. Choose a speed that allows you to move with the
flow of traffic and not go over or under the designated speed limit for
the ON and SET buttons on your steering wheel. Press ON first and SET
after. Your cruise control is now activated. Most vehicles must be
traveling at least 30 miles per hour to set the cruise control.
Press and hold the SET button if you wish to use cruise control at a higher speed. Hold until your desired speed is reached.
Decrease speed by pressing the COAST button.
the brake pedal to disengage the cruise control function. If you wish
to return to the previous set speed, use the RES (resume) button. You
must be traveling at least 30 miles per hour for this function to
Erase any previous speed by pressing the OFF button.