Dealer just reset ABS, whirring when ignition off
Just got my 99 K1200LT home from the dealer's 72000 mile service. I've had the ABS wig wag lights since I bought it. Dealer today did a "manual" reset since their computers don't have the software for the 99... Or something like that. ABS lights were off as if all was normal until about 30 minutes after leaving the dealer. Stopped at a four way, then noticed the old familiar wig wag lights back. I thought, "oh well, I guess not my day."
When I got home, another 30 minutes later, when I turned the bike off, there was a strange whirring motor sound. I had to disconnect the battery ground to get it to stop. At first I thought it might have been the cooling fans, but the temp gauge was no where near high enough to kick those on and once I dismounted and raised the seat to disconnect the battery, I could tell the sound was coming from under the seat.
Is this a return to the dealer for further service thing, or something I can disconnect and be done with it?
Associate Pastor, Pickens, SC
Director of F.A.I.T.H. Riders Ministry at my church
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