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post #1 of 11 Old Mar 16th, 2006, 8:47 pm Thread Starter
 
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Where to get a service manual?

Where can I get a printed service manual for a 2000 K1200LT? As far as I know, the CD version is the only one available from BMW. Saw on another forum that a dealer in Kansas City wanted $75 for a printing of the CD. I think it was Engle Motors? Anybody in the K.C. area know if this is true? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks for all the help.
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post #2 of 11 Old Mar 16th, 2006, 8:50 pm
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I have seen a few on ebay in the $40 range. They are probably reprints for the CD.

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Repair CD - Cheap

I bought a Repair CD on ebay:



BMW K1200LT K1200 K 1200 LT factory Repair Manual 99-03

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Watch out for those copyright problems. There's a lot of illegal copies out there.
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post #5 of 11 Old Mar 17th, 2006, 2:06 am
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I believe the dealer should be able to order a printed copy as well as the CD version. I don't have a part number for the printed version, but the CDs are as follows:

For '00-'01 LTs the BMW part # is 01 79 0 009 033 (may be obsolete)
For '02-'04 LTs the BMW part # is 01 79 0 148 377 (covers Integral ABS)
For '05 LTs the BMW part # is 01 79 0 309 672 (covers hydraulic centerstand?)
For '06 LTs the BMW part # is 01 79 7 696 333 (covers Xenon HID?)

Wiring Diagram for '99-'01 bikes is 01 99 7 650 982 (printed copy only)
Wiring Diagram for '02-'04 bikes is 01 99 0 028 839 (printed copy only)

And watch out for the cheap copies on eBay. They are illegal burns of the factory CD, which just isn't right.

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post #6 of 11 Old Mar 17th, 2006, 9:00 am
 
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Do you have a part number for '05 wiring diagram. I always like to have a number when I call a dealer to order something. Let them look up the number first and then I compare the two. If the numbers match I don't get into a discussion about return policies and things.
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Tupperware Removal

Is the assumption that the repair (service) manual CD explains how to remove the Tupperware correct?

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post #8 of 11 Old Mar 28th, 2006, 2:32 am
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Yep, along with a bunch of other useful info. You can also look here and here for fairing removal info.

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Ken, (Or anyone)
Do you have a part number for '05 wiring diagram. I always like to have a number when I call a dealer to order something. Let them look up the number first and then I compare the two. If the numbers match I don't get into a discussion about return policies and things.
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Visit http://www.realoem.com/bmw/select.do for the online BMW Parts catalogue, just enter your VIN number and a couple more clicks and you have the complete catalogue for your bike.

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Clymer has a new manual coming out in June 2006 which covers K1200LT (1998-2005). I just ordered one from WWW.WhitehorseGear.com . Search for part # B-M501 $49.95 plus shipping.

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Thanks Brian.
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