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    Windshield will not go up to remove satnav

    HI there everyone

    I am having an issue with my K1600 GT SE, when i press the button on the dash to remove the satnav, the top of the satnav holder comes up but the windshield does not move up unless i use the button on the handlebars.

    Has this happened to anybody? if so what was it?

    Cheers

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    Thatís correct, satnav button has no connection to windshield
    Going up. Bike ing.switch must be on and handlebar switch to up position.

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    According to at least one manual, pressing the compartment button should raise the windshield automatically:
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    Larry
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    Quote Originally Posted by lkraus View Post
    According to at least one manual, pressing the compartment button should raise the windshield automatically:
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    Hi there, cheers for the replies!
    yes it has a sensor that should bring the windshield up.


    Its at the BMW garage for 3 weeks now and they dont know what it could be. The bike is under warranty and as it is winter here in uk.... let it be!!

    I just wonder if any of you knew about this?

    have a good day and ride safe

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