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post #1 of 6 Old May 24th, 2008, 11:10 am Thread Starter
 
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K1200LT Fuse Boxes

The 2 fuse boxes under my seat seem to be loaded opposite from the way they are depicted in the Maintenance Instructions (US Model) Manual I got with my used 2005 LT. Does anybody know if the manual is incorrect (has the boxes reversed) or if the manual is correct and I should reload the fuse boxes per the manual. Thanks.
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Re: K1200LT Fuse Boxes

On my 03, there are OEM three fuse boxes under seat. Are you sure there are only two?

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Re: K1200LT Fuse Boxes

Hi, don't change anything. It will confuse the mechanics.
You are correct, the manual is wrong.
The 2005 K1200LT has two fuse boxes.
1 is left, 2 is right.
There is an addendum page 2-52 switching the fuse box numbers.
Order No. 01 47 7 690 567 02.04 1st edition US/RF

P.S.:
There is another addendum about the immobiliser (yes, it is English, not American...).

You cannot start the engine of your motorcycle while the immobiliser is active.
Deactivate the immobiliser by pressing button 2 on the remote control unit.
You then have 30 seconds in which to switch on the ignition.
The immobiliser can be activated automatically or manually (=>21).
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Re: K1200LT Fuse Boxes

Thanks to everyone for the info. I found the addendum. I'm back on track.
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2006 K1200LT Fuse Boxes

I just purchased a 06 and do not have the service & technical booklet. I opened the drivers seat and there are only 2 fuses. Boxes on the left side. Does anyone have the diagram with of the fuses?
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Re: 2006 K1200LT Fuse Boxes

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I just purchased a 06 and do not have the service & technical booklet. I opened the drivers seat and there are only 2 fuses. Boxes on the left side. Does anyone have the diagram with of the fuses?
See attached PDF file for fuse-box description for 2005-2009 models having 2 fuse boxes (total of 16 sub-mini fuses).
Note that earlier K1200LT had 3 fuse-box of larger size fuses (total of 12 fuses only).

ABOUT the Manuals: these can still be ordered from your dealer for about $US 23 each .
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File Type: pdf K1200LT_2005-2009_FUSES.pdf (139.0 KB, 70 views)

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