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    2006 RT Where is the main fuse panel?

    I assumed it was under the seat but no luck. I don't seem to have the manual.
    2007 F800S
    2006 R1200RT

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    You will never find it. The R1200RT has no fuse panel.
    It has a CANBus system which is like a breaker panel that resets itself when you turn the ignition Off/On
    Daniel
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    It is safely ensconced at and controlled by BMW conglomerate HQs in Munich.
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    LOL. Ok. Bike won't turn on so its not a fuse...
    2007 F800S
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    Quote Originally Posted by tasslehawf View Post
    I don't seem to have the manual.
    That's an easy fix.... found here: http://www.bmw-motorrad.com/com/en/services/manuals/manuals_main.html
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    Battery?
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    Quote Originally Posted by akbeemer View Post
    Battery?
    Battery is 100% fully charged and brand new as of a few weeks ago.

    Replaced the battery after the holidays when I found it had somehow been discharged to 4.8v on its own (sat about a week over the holidays).

    Got the new battery in there one morning and tried to ride to work, but the bikes power shut off completely during the ride and would not come back on.

    I found that if I removed and replaced the battery lead, it bike will come back on.

    These are the codes I found the last time I ran the diagnostic tool:

    Fault Codes : 4
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    41704 : KL30 (Battery positive) under voltage
    Currently present : NO
    Symptom : Signal or value under threshold
    Engine warning light (MIL) : NO
    Frequency count : 1
    Logistic(Healing) count : 39
    Fault Code History : Unknown
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    41721 : Park light short-circuit
    Currently present : NO
    Symptom : Signal or value over threshold
    Engine warning light (MIL) : YES
    Frequency count : 10
    Logistic(Healing) count : 40
    Fault Code History : Unknown
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    41722 : Park light open-circuit
    Currently present : NO
    Symptom : No signal or value
    Engine warning light (MIL) : YES
    Frequency count : 36
    Logistic(Healing) count : 39
    Fault Code History : Unknown
    |
    41758 : Battery Positive (KL30) over-voltage
    Currently present : NO
    Symptom : Signal or value over threshold
    Engine warning light (MIL) : NO
    Frequency count : 6
    Logistic(Healing) count : 40
    Fault Code History : Unknown
    2007 F800S
    2006 R1200RT

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    Does the bike have a regulator-rectifier? And if so, where is it?

    I assume I will have to take plastics off to get to it.
    2007 F800S
    2006 R1200RT

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    Quote Originally Posted by tasslehawf View Post
    Does the bike have a regulator-rectifier? And if so, where is it?

    I assume I will have to take plastics off to get to it.
    It is internal to the alternator, as it should be with modern machinery.
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    OK...stupid question....

    Have you checked the bike to make sure it has a good ground connection?


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    Tasslwhawf...check your PMs...sent you a message.


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