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C:\Fakepath\K1200S Fuel Gauge C:\Fakepath\K1200S Fuel Gauge Document Transcript

  • 16 14 000 Replacing fuel gauge Core activity (-) Removing seat Use the ignition key to unlock the seat lock and hold the lock in this position. Remove the seat. Place the seat, upholstered side down, on a clear surface. (-) Removing battery cover Remove 2 screws (1). Remove the battery cover. (-) Removing front right and left side panels On each side, remove 7 screws (1), (2), (3). Note different lengths of screws. Disengage the lugs (arrows). Remove the side panels. (-) Removing right and left tank covers On each side, remove 3 screws (1), (2). Disengage the guide pins and remove the tank cover.
  • (-) Draining fuel tank Warning Fuel is flammable and a hazard to health. Observe all applicable safety regulations. Drain the fuel tank, using the commercially available special tool. (-) Removing fuel tank Disconnect overflow hose (1). Remove screws (2) and carefully lift the fuel tank. Disconnect quick-action coupling (3) and remove the fuel line. Disconnect plugs of fuel pump (4) and fuel gauge (5). Disconnect fuel tank breather hose (6) from the fuel-pump flange. Lift the fuel tank up to remove. (-) Removing fuel-tank cap and centre tank cover Remove screws (1). Remove the fuel-tank cap and the centre tank cover. (-) Disengaging fuel-level sensor from fuel filler pipe Carefully guide the fuel filler pipe out of the fuel tank. Disengage the fuel-level sensor from retainer (1).
  • (-) Removing fuel pump unit Remove the union nut with the pin wrench for fuel-tank ring (No. 16 1 021). Attention Failure to follow the correct procedure for removing the fuel pump can damage the gasket at the fuel-pump flange, resulting in leaks When removing the fuel pump, do not lever against the flange of the pump unit. Use the lug (arrow) to remove the fuel-pump unit from the fuel tank. Carefully remove the fuel-pump unit with sealing ring, taking particular care with the intake strainer. Disconnect plug (1). Open hose clamp (2) with pliers (No. 17 5 500) and disconnect the breather hose. (-) Replacing fuel-level sensor Remove the corrugated hose shroud from the cable. Remove the old fuel-level sensor from the fuel tank. The new fuel-level sensor has to be calibrated when dry. Connect the new fuel-level sensor to the fuel-pump unit while it is removed from the fuel tank. Connect the fuel-pump unit while still removed to the motorcycle. Preparation for initialising/calibrating new parts Precondition Engine switched off. Prop the motorcycle in such a way that it cannot move while initialisation/calibration is in progress. Motorcycle's battery is fully charged.
  • Note Do not attempt to perform work of any other kind on the motorcycle while programming/coding are in progress. Switch off all electrical consumers. Attention Programming/coding is aborted if the voltage in the on-board system drops below 12.6 volts. Connect the charger to the battery. Connect charger (No. 61 1 581) with cables (No. 61 1 582) to the battery. While initialisation/calibration is in progress, do not connect or disconnect the charger. Connecting BMW Motorrad diagnostic system to motorcycle Note See the Instructions for Use supplied with the BMW Motorrad Group Tester One for detailed information on initial startup, installation of the operating system, diagnosis software and hardware periphery of the GT1. Connect BMW Motorrad battery charger (No. 61 1 581), (No. 61 1 582) to the motorcycle. Begin by switching on the BMW Motorrad diagnostic system and wait for it to power up. The "Start Diagnosis" screen appears From this point on, follow the instructions issued by the BMW Motorrad diagnostic system. Perform diagnosis. Rectify faults, if found, before starting initialisation/calibration. Start initialisation/calibration with the CIP program and follow the instructions issued by the BMW Motorrad diagnostic system. Disconnecting BMW Motorrad diagnostic system from the motorcycle Close all diagnostic programs and switch off the ignition. Disconnect the BMW Motorrad diagnostic system from the motorcycle and screw the cap onto the diagnosis plug. Disconnect the BMW Motorrad battery charger from the motorcycle.
  • Lower the new fuel-level sensor into the left half of the fuel tank, making sure that the clip is in the recess (detail). Slip the cable into the corrugated hose shroud and route it to the aperture for the pump. (-) Securing fuel-level sensor to fuel filler pipe Connect the breather hose and secure hose clamp (1) with pliers (No. 17 5 500). Engage fuel-level sensor (2) in the retainer. Carefully insert the fuel filler pipe into the fuel tank, making sure that breather hole (1) is correctly positioned. Introduce the bottom end of the fluid-level sensor into the left tank pocket and route the plug and the breather hose to the opening for the pump unit. (-) Installing fuel-tank cap and centre tank cover Position the centre tank cover on the fuel tank. Make sure that the sealing ring is seated correctly under the fuel filler pipe. Hold the fuel filler cap in position and install screws (1). Tightening torques Fuel filler cap to fuel tank M5 X 30 5 Nm
  • (-) Installing fuel pump unit Check the sealing ring for damage; replace if necessary. Grease the gasket at the seating face for the union nut. Consumables/lubricants Tyre mounting paste Assembly paste 36 32 1 239 263, 36 32 1 239 264 Position the sealing ring on the fuel tank. Connect the breather hose and secure hose clamp (2) with pliers (No. 17 5 500). Connect plug (1). Carefully insert the fuel-pump unit into the fuel tank. Install the union nut with the pin wrench for fuel-tank ring (No. 16 1 021). Tightening torques Pump unit to fuel tank Sheet-metal screw cap 35 Nm (-) Installing the fuel tank Connect fuel tank breather hose (6) to the fuel-pump flange. Connect plugs for fuel pump (4) and fuel gauge (5). Check O-ring of quick-release coupling (3) for damage. Attention Lightly touching the latching pin of the female connector can cause the connector to latch. If this happens and force is applied in an attempt to close the male and female elements of the quick-action coupling, damage to the O-rings can result, and the O-rings will leak. Make sure that the latch is open/pressed when you connect the two elements of the quick-action couplings in the fuel lines. Open the latch on female coupling (3) of the fuel line and, applying light pressure, press the male adapter into the female coupling until it
  • engages with an audible click. Connect overflow hose (1) to the safety valve. Position the fuel tank in the motorcycle. Install screws (2) with spacing bushings and rubber washers. Tightening torques Fuel tank to retaining bridge, rear M8 X 60 13 Nm (-) Disconnecting BMW Motorrad diagnostic system from the motorcycle Close all diagnostic programs and switch off the ignition. Disconnect the BMW Motorrad diagnostic system from the motorcycle and screw the cap onto the diagnosis plug. Disconnect the BMW Motorrad battery charger from the motorcycle. (-) Filling fuel tank Warning Fuel is flammable and a hazard to health. Observe all applicable safety regulations. Fill the fuel tank with fuel. Consumables/lubricants Super Plus (premium), unleaded High-compression 98 octane (RON) fuel engines (-) Installing front right and left side panels Hold the side panels in position. Engage the lugs (arrows). On each side, install 7 screws (1), (2), (3). Note different lengths of screws. (-) Installing right and left tank covers
  • Make sure that heat insulator (1) is correctly positioned on the right- hand side. Engage the guide pins (arrows) and install the side panel. On each side, install 3 screws (1), (2). Note different lengths of screws. (-) Installing battery cover Install the battery cover. Install 2 screws (1). (-) Installing seat Always make sure that cable (1) is correctly routed and clipped into holder (2). Engage the seat in the holder at the front.
  • Engage the seat lock by pressing down on the rear seat.