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post #1 of 6 Old Jan 16th, 2011, 7:57 pm Thread Starter
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How to slove this problem?

My bike is 2002 BMW K1200LT,

I check it by GS 911, and get two codes, which is

17182: PRESSURE IN FRONT WHEEL CIRCUIT TO HIGH,

17149:REAR ABS MOTOR DEFECTIVE.

Who knows how to fix this problem?

Thanks a lot
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post #2 of 6 Old Jan 16th, 2011, 8:15 pm
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Re: How to slove this problem?

You're not going to like the answer..

Sounds like you need a new ABS unit... And maybe a front caliper rebuild...
The caliper gets to sticking and the shoes don't retract the way they should then things get hot and the pressure goes up when it shouldn't have any pressure...

Just guessing though...Couple grand ought to do it...

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Re: How to solve this problem?

I had sticking front brakes on my 2000 LT and it was easily fixed by replacing the brake pads.

I also took some brake cleaner and cleaned the calipers real well.

Lastl, I flushed the brakes.

I believe just replaceing worn out pads did the trick, but the rest was just for "fun".

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You're not going to like the answer..

Sounds like you need a new ABS unit... And maybe a front caliper rebuild...
The caliper gets to sticking and the shoes don't retract the way they should then things get hot and the pressure goes up when it shouldn't have any pressure...

Just guessing though...Couple grand ought to do it...

John
thanks a lot
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I had sticking front brakes on my 2000 LT and it was easily fixed by replacing the brake pads.

I also took some brake cleaner and cleaned the calipers real well.

Lastl, I flushed the brakes.

I believe just replaceing worn out pads did the trick, but the rest was just for "fun".
i will try, thanks
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Re: How to slove this problem?

I see a niche business for someone rebuilding ABS units...

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