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post #1 of 9 Old Jul 7th, 2008, 9:53 pm Thread Starter
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Question MoTronic fuse

MoTronic fuse location is ?

My MPG is around 38 after tune up - I ride the LT pretty hard may be normal, but read threads saying to try this before replacing my o2...

replacing my o2... And how do I do that as well

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Question Re: MoTronic fuse

How about just the fuse box ??




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MoTronic fuse location is ?

My MPG is around 38 after tune up - I ride the LT pretty hard may be normal, but read threads saying to try this before replacing my o2...

replacing my o2... And how do I do that as well

Thanks for your help
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Re: MoTronic fuse

The fusr box configuration changed on later models, so it would help if you post what year your motorcycle is or update your profile to include it.

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Re: MoTronic fuse

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Re: MoTronic fuse

So where is just the Fuse Box ??

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The fusr box configuration changed on later models, so it would help if you post what year your motorcycle is or update your profile to include it.

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So where is just the Fuse Box ??
The fuse you're looking for is in the fuse box under the passenger seat - right most box, fuse #4.

Suggestion: with you liking to do a lot of the work on your LT, it would be wise to either buy the maintenance DVD by Paul Sayegh, or the shop manual either in book form, or on CD (not talking about the pirated versions). Personally, I wouldn't attempt much of the work I do on ole Toad without access to a shop manual.

Good luck on the TPS reset - glad you're liking the bike more, as you git more familiar with it and how it eats up the miles of smiles!!
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Re: MoTronic fuse

Thanks... been spending money like water on this LT...

It's back to 100% stock with all the BMW upgrades I have read on this site- Throttle Cable , Rear Shock , EBC pads etc...

Yet to pull the trigger on a $35 - $150 dollar repair manual / DVD as I have been able to find GREAT step by step instructions, on this web site as well The hardest repair / maintance was the ABS Brake Bleed

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The fuse you're looking for is in the fuse box under the passenger seat - right most box, fuse #4.

Suggestion: with you liking to do a lot of the work on your LT, it would be wise to either buy the maintenance DVD by Paul Sayegh, or the shop manual either in book form, or on CD (not talking about the pirated versions). Personally, I wouldn't attempt much of the work I do on ole Toad without access to a shop manual.

Good luck on the TPS reset - glad you're liking the bike more, as you git more familiar with it and how it eats up the miles of smiles!!

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2002 K1200LT Black SOLD
2005 CRF450R
2007 CRF150R (daughters)
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Thanks... been spending money like water on this LT...

It's back to 100% stock with all the BMW upgrades I have read on this site- Throttle Cable , Rear Shock , EBC pads etc...

Yet to pull the trigger on a $35 - $150 dollar repair manual / DVD as I have been able to find GREAT step by step instructions, on this web site as well The hardest repair / maintance was the ABS Brake Bleed

Thanks again
I hear ya about spending money like water - I think it's contagious, and comes from bein' too near the LT!!!

BTW - next time this website has a donation drive, give some thought to punchin' that *Support this Community* button down near the page bottom. Great way to help keep the site up and running, AND keeping anyone/everyone able to contribute to the wrenching information contained here --- a great resource, as you said!
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Re: MoTronic fuse

what about an 03? which one?

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