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Seite 1 - R 1200 GS

Rider's ManualR 1200 GSBMW MotorradThe UltimateRiding Machine

Seite 2 - Dealership details

18zGeneral instructions

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When riding on a slippery sur-face, never snap the throttletwistgrip fully closed withoutpulling the clutch at the sametime. Engine braking torque can

Seite 4 - Table of Contents

most instances, therefore, thesegauge readings will not tally withthe pressures shown by themultifunction display.Pressure adaptationCompare the RDC r

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6100zEngineering details

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AccessoriesGeneral instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102Power sockets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102Cases . . . . . . . . .

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General instructionsBMW Motorrad recommendsthe use of parts and accessoriesfor your motorcycle that are ap-proved by BMW for this purpose.Genuine BMW

Seite 8 - Abbreviations and

remains operational if the igni-tion is subsequently switched off.The power sockets are switchedoff approximately 15 minutesafter the ignition is swit

Seite 9 - Currency

Closing the carry handlewhile the case lock is inline with the forward direction oftravel can result in damage to thelocking tongue.Make sure that the

Seite 10 - General instructions

Pull red release lever 1 up.Latching flap 2 pops up.Fully open the latching flap.Take a firm grip of the handleand lift the case out of theholder.Inst

Seite 11 - General views

Closing the carry handlewhile the case lock is inline with the forward direction oftravel can result in damage to thelocking tongue.Make sure that the

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Closing the carry handlewhile the topcase lock ishorizontal can result in damageto the locking tongue.Make sure that the topcase lockis vertical when

Seite 13 - General view, left side

General viewsGeneral view, left side. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11General view, right side . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13Multifunction switch, left .

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Pull red lever 1 back as far as itwill go.Latching flap 2 pops up.Fully open the latching flap.Take a firm grip of the handleand lift the topcase out

Seite 15 - General view, right side

Press latching flap 1 forwarduntil resistance is felt.Next simultaneously pressdown latching flap and red re-lease lever 2.The latching flap engages.C

Seite 16 - Multifunction switch

Turning upwards and down-wards.Short operation to the left andright.Extended operation to the leftand right.Turning the Multi-Controller in-creases or

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Switch navigation display off oron.NavigationOperation to the left: increasemap section (Zoom in).Operation to the right: reducemap section (Zoom out)

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7112zAccessories

Seite 19 - Underneath the seat

MaintenanceGeneral instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114Toolkit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114Engine oil . .

Seite 20 - Instrument panel

General instructionsThe "Maintenance" chapter de-scribes straightforward proced-ures for checking and replacingcertain wear parts.Special ti

Seite 21 - Status indicators

Tools service setBMW Motorrad has assembleda tools service set that is idealfor carrying out extended servicework (e.g. removing and installingwheels)

Seite 22 - Multifunction display

If the oil level is below the MINmark:Top up the engine oil ( 116).If the oil level is above the MAXmark:Have the oil level correctedby a specialist w

Seite 23 - Fuel reserve

tem undertaken by trained andqualified specialists.Have the brakes checked by aspecialist workshop, preferablyan authorised BMW Motorraddealer.Check f

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210zGeneral views

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Visually inspect the brake padsto ascertain their thickness.Viewing direction: betweenspray guard and rear wheel to-ward brake pads 1.Brake-pad wear l

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Check the brake fluid level infront reservoir 1.Wear of the brake padscauses the brake fluid levelin the reservoir to sink.Brake fluid level, frontBra

Seite 27 - Warning and telltale

Check the brake fluid level inrear reservoir 1.Wear of the brake padscauses the brake fluid levelin the reservoir to sink.Brake fluid level, rearBrake

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If the coolant drops below thepermitted level:Top up the coolant.Topping up coolantRemove screws 1.Remove screws 1.Remove side panel inpositions 2, 3

Seite 29 - Warning symbols in the

Install screws 1.Install screws 1.ClutchChecking clutch functionPull the clutch lever.The pressure point must beclearly perceptible.If the pressure po

Seite 30 - Warnings

If the tyre tread is worn to min-imum:Replace tyre or tyres, as applic-able.Check spokeswith cross-spoked wheelsOEMake sure the ground is leveland fir

Seite 31 - OILLVL CHECK

units can be changed to suit thenew wheel sizes.RDC labelwith tyre pressure monitoring(RDC)OEIncorrect tyre fitting candamage the RDC sensors.Be sure

Seite 32 - LAMPF ! appears

Force the brake pads 1 slightlyapart by rotational movementof the brake caliper 2 againstbrake disc 3.Carefully pull the brake calipersback and out un

Seite 33 - --" or "-- --"

Remove spacer bush 1 fromthe wheel hub.Installing front wheelPossible malfunctions whenABS and ASC intervene, ifany other wheel but the seriesstandard

Seite 34 - Warning symbols on

Install screw 1 and tighten tospecified torque. Counter-holdquick-release axle on the right-hand side.Quick-release axle intelescopic forks30 NmTighte

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General view, left side1 not included in the stand-ard equipment specifica-tionwith daytime ridinglightsOEDaytime riding light( 54)2 Fuel filler neck

Seite 36 - OILLVL CHECK appears on

the brake lever is pulled or thebrake pedal depressed.Operate the brake severaltimes until the brake pads arebedded.Fit ABS sensor line into themounti

Seite 37 - Daytime riding light faulty

rear wheel will not be correctlysecured and could present a riskof accident.Use only the correct wheel studsand only wheel studs bearing thesame appro

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Align the two adapters 2 sothat the front forks are securelyseated.Tighten adjusting screws 1.If the motorcycle is on thecentre stand and is raisedtoo

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Remove cover 1 by turningit counter-clockwise so as toreplace the high beam lamp.Disconnect plug 1.Disengage spring clip 1 andswing it aside.Remove bu

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Install plug 1.Place cover in position and fitby turning in a clockwise direc-tion.Replacing LED headlightwith LED headlightsOELED headlights can be r

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Replace the defective bulb.Bulb for parking lightW5W / 12 V / 5 WUse a clean, dry cloth to holdthe new bulb in order to keepthe glass free of foreign

Seite 42 - DWA ! appears on the display

Remove screw 1.Pull the glass out of the re-flector housing at the threaded-fastener side.Turn bulb 1 counter-clockwiseand remove it from the bulbhous

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Working from the inboard side,insert the glass into the bulbhousing and close the housing.Install screw 1.Replace auxiliaryheadlightswith LED auxiliar

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Remove air filter element 2.Fit new or cleaned air filter in-sert 2.Fit frame 1.Place air filter housing cover inposition.Install screws 1.Place centr

Seite 45 - Operation

Make sure that the battery of thedonor vehicle has a voltage ratingof 12 V.Make sure the ground is leveland firm and place the motor-cycle on its stan

Seite 47 - Ignition

If the battery is not discon-nected, the on-board elec-tronics (e.g. clock, etc.) graduallydrain the battery. This can causethe battery to run flat. I

Seite 48 - Selecting readings

If you are unable to chargethe battery through the on-board socket, you may be usinga charger that is not compatiblewith your motorcycle's electr

Seite 49 - Resetting tripmeter

Removing batterywith anti-theft alarmOEIf applicable, switch off the anti-theft alarm.Switch off the ignition.Remove battery cover ( 139).Remove prote

Seite 50 - SETUP menu

First insert retaining plate intothe mountings 1 and then pushunder the battery in position 2.Fit rubber cord 3.Connect battery negativelead 2.Fit pro

Seite 51 - Setting clock

Fuse assignment1 15 AInstrument cluster, alarmsystem (DWA), ignitionlock, diagnostic socket2 7.5 AMultifunction switch left,tyre pressure control (RDC

Seite 52 - Set date

CareCare products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144Washing motorcycle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144Cleaning easily damaged compon-ents

Seite 53 - Individualising display

Care productsBMW Motorrad recommendsthat you use the cleaningand care products you canobtain from your authorisedBMW Motorrad dealer.The substances in

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contain alcohol, solvents or ab-rasives to clean plastic parts.Even insect-remover pads orcleaning pads with hard surfacescan produce scratches.Body p

Seite 55 - Parking light

Remove stains of this kind im-mediately, using cleaning-gradebenzene or petroleum spirit on aclean cloth or ball of cotton wool.BMW Motorrad recommend

Seite 56 - Daytime riding lights

Technical dataTroubleshooting chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148Threaded fasteners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149Engine . . . . . . . . . . . .

Seite 57 - DLIGHT set the automatic

General view, right side1 Adjuster for spring preload,rear ( 67)2 Air filter (underneath thecentre trim panel) ( 135)3 Brake-fluid reservoir, front( 1

Seite 58 - Hazard warning

Troubleshooting chartEngine does not start or is difficult to start.Possible cause RectificationKill switch activated Set emergency-off switch (kill s

Seite 59 - Heated handlebar grips

Threaded fastenersFront wheel Value ValidBrake caliper on telescopic forkM10 x 65 38 NmClamping screw for quick-re-lease axle in telescopic forkM8 x 3

Seite 60 - Integral ABS

Handlebars Value ValidClamping block (handlebarclamp) on fork bridgeM8 x 35 tighten in riding direction at the front ofthe block19 Nm10150zTechnical d

Seite 61 - Control ASC

EngineEngine design Air- / fluid-cooled two-cylinder four-strokeopposed-twin engine with two upper spur-gear-driven camshafts and a counterbalance sha

Seite 62 - Riding mode

FuelRecommended fuel grade Super unleaded (max. 10 % ethanol, E10)95 ROZ/RON89 AKIAlternative fuel grade Regular unleaded (Power- and consumption-re-l

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Engine oilEngine oil, capacity approx. 4.2 l, with filter changeProducts recommended by BMW MotorradCastrol Power 1 Racing SAE 5W-40, API SL / JASO MA

Seite 64 - Installing coding plug

TransmissionGearbox type Helical 6-speed transmission, integrated in theengine housingGearbox transmission ratios 1,650, Primary transmission ratio2.4

Seite 65 - Cruise-control system

Running gearFront wheelType of front suspension BMW Telelever, with anti-dive top fork bridge,trailing arm mounted on engine and telescopicforks, cent

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Rear wheelType of rear suspension Cast-aluminium single swinging arm with BMWMotorrad ParaleverType of rear suspension Central shock absorber complete

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BrakesType of front brake Hydraulically operated twin disc brake with 4-pis-ton radial monobloc calipers and floating brakediscsBrake-pad material, fr

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Multifunction switch,left1 High-beam headlight andheadlight flasher ( 53)2 not included in the stand-ard equipment specifica-tionwith speed controlOEC

Seite 69 - Spring preload

Rear wheelRear wheel type Aluminium cast wheelwith cross-spoked wheelsOECross-spoked wheelRear wheel rim size 4.50"x17"Tyre designation, rea

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Spark plugsSpark plugs, manufacturer and designation NGK LMAR8D-JElectrode gap of spark plug 0.8±0.1mmLightingBulb for high-beam headlight H7 / 12 V /

Seite 71 - Dynamic ESA

Anti-theft alarmTime to active after activation approx. 30 sAlarm duration approx. 26 sBattery type CR 123 AFrameFrame type Tubular steel frame with s

Seite 72 - Adjusting suspension

DimensionsLength of motorcycle 2190 mm, about spray guardHeight of motorcycle 1440 mm, To top of windscreen when lowered, atDIN unladen weightwith low

Seite 73 - Anti-theft alarm (DWA)

WeightsUnladen weight 238 kg, DIN unladen weight, ready for road 90 %load of fuel, without OEPermissible gross weight 450 kgMaximum payload 212 kgRidi

Seite 74 - Customising anti-theft

ServiceBMW Motorrad Service . . . . . . . . . . . . 164BMW Motorrad Mobilityservices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164Mainte

Seite 75 - Headlight

BMW Motorrad ServiceBMW Motorrad has an extensiveafter-sales service network inplace to look after you andyour motorcycle in more than100 countries. A

Seite 76 - Front and rear seats

BMW Running-in CheckThe BMW running-in checkhas to be performed when thevehicle has covered between 500km and 1200 km.BMW ServiceThe BMW Service is ca

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Confirmation of maintenance workBMW Pre-deliveryCheckCompletedonStamp, signatureBMW Running-inCheckCompletedonOdometer readingNext serviceat the lates

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BMW ServiceCompletedonOdometer readingNext serviceat the latestonor, if logged beforehand,Odometer readingStamp, signatureBMW ServiceCompletedonOdomet

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6 not included in the stand-ard equipment specifica-tionwith LED auxiliary head-lightOAAuxiliary headlights ( 54)7 Turn indicators ( 56)8 Horn9 Multif

Seite 80 - Safety instructions

BMW ServiceCompletedonOdometer readingNext serviceat the latestonor, if logged beforehand,Odometer readingStamp, signatureBMW ServiceCompletedonOdomet

Seite 81 - Risk of burn injury

BMW ServiceCompletedonOdometer readingNext serviceat the latestonor, if logged beforehand,Odometer readingStamp, signatureBMW ServiceCompletedonOdomet

Seite 82 - Checklist

BMW ServiceCompletedonOdometer readingNext serviceat the latestonor, if logged beforehand,Odometer readingStamp, signatureBMW ServiceCompletedonOdomet

Seite 83 - Starting

Confirmation of serviceThe table is intended as a record of maintenance and repair work, the installation of optional accessoriesand, if appropriate,

Seite 84 - ASC self-diagnosis

Item OdometerreadingDate11172zService

Seite 85 - Running in

AppendixCertificate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17412173zAppendix

Seite 86 - Off-roading

Certification Tire Pressure Control (TPC) This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard

Seite 87 - Wet and dirty brakes

AAbbreviations and symbols, 6ABSControl, 14Engineering details, 93Operation, 58Self-diagnosis, 82Warnings, 36AccessoriesGeneral instructions, 102Air f

Seite 88 - Parking your

CCaseOperation, 103Checklist, 80ClockAdjusting, 49ClutchAdjusting handlebar lever, 65Checking operation, 122Technical data, 153Confirmation of mainten

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GGeneral viewsInstrument panel, 18Left multifunction switch, 14Left side of vehicle, 11Multifunction display, 20Right multifunction switch, 16Right si

Seite 90 - Secure motorcycle for

Multifunction switch,right1 not included in the stand-ard equipment specifica-tionwith heated handlebargripsOEHeated handlebar grips( 57)2 not include

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MotorcycleCare, 143Cleaning, 143Lashing, 88Laying up, 146Parking, 86Multifunction display, 18Control, 14Operation, 46Overview, 20Select display, 46Mul

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Brakes, 157Bulbs, 159Clutch, 153Dimensions, 161Electrics, 158Engine, 151Engine oil, 153Frame, 160Fuel, 152Rear-wheel drive, 154Running gear, 155Spark

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WeightsPayload table, 17Technical data, 162WheelsChange of size, 123Check spokes, 123Checking rims, 122Install the rear wheel, 128Installing front whe

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Details described or illustratedin this booklet may differ fromthe vehicle's actual specificationas purchased, the accessoriesfitted or the natio

Seite 95 - BMW Motorrad Integral

The most important data for a filling-station stop can be found in the following chart:FuelRecommended fuel grade Super unleaded (max. 10 % ethanol, E

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Underneath the seat1 Toolkit2 Rider's Manual ( 114)3 Table of tyre pressures4 Payload table5 Adjusting the driver seatheight ( 75)217zGeneral vie

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Motorcycle data/dealership detailsMotorcycle dataModelVehicle identification numberColour codeDate of first registrationRegistration numberDealership

Seite 98 - BMW Motorrad ASC

Instrument panel1 Speedometer2 Rev. counter3 Ambient-light brightnesssensor (for adapting thebrightness of the instru-ment lighting)with daytime ridin

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Status indicatorsMultifunction display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20Service-due indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21Fuel reserve . . . . .

Seite 100 - Engineering details

Multifunction display1 Fuel-gauge reading2 Recommendation to up-shift ( 23)3 Gear indicator; "N" indic-ates neutral.4 not included in the st

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9 Display range of the on-board computerDisplay of the SETUP set-tings10 not included in the stand-ard equipment specifica-tionwith Dynamic ESAOEDispl

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The distance that can still betravelled using the reservevolume depends on the style ofdriving (usage) and the amountof fuel remaining at the time the

Seite 103 - Accessories

If the symbol 3 also shows,this is a warning. The crit-ical tyre pressure flashes.If the critical value is closeto the limit of the permiss-ible toler

Seite 104 - Power sockets

The upshift recommendation 1signals the economically bestpoint in time for upshift.324zStatus indicators

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Warning and telltalelights1 not included in the stand-ard equipment specifica-tionwith speed controlOECruise-control system2 Idle3 not included in the

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8 not included in the stand-ard equipment specifica-tionwith anti-theft alarmOEAlarm system (see separ-ate operating instructions)9 High-beam headligh

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Warning symbols in thedisplay1 not included in the stand-ard equipment specifica-tionwith tyre pressure monit-oring (RDC)OETyre pressure ( 38)2 EWS (

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Welcome to BMWWe congratulate you on yourchoice of a motorcycle fromBMW and welcome you to thecommunity of BMW riders.Familiarise yourself with your n

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WarningsPresentation of thewarning lightsWarnings are indicated by thecorresponding warning lights.Warnings that do not have warn-ing lights of their

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Warnings, overviewWarning and telltalelightsWarning symbols onthe displayMeaningLights up yellow Appears on the dis-playElectronic immobiliser active

Seite 111 - Navigation system

Warning and telltalelightsWarning symbols onthe displayMeaningLights up red Appears on the dis-playBattery charge voltage insufficient( 35)Lights up y

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Warning and telltalelightsWarning symbols onthe displayMeaningSlow-flashes ASC self-diagnosis not completed( 37)Lights upASC deactivated ( 37)Lights u

Seite 113 - SETUP menu of the

Warning and telltalelightsWarning symbols onthe displayMeaning"--" or "-- --"is displayedSensor defective or system error( 39)Ligh

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Electronic immobiliseractiveThe "General" warning lightshows yellow.The electronic immobil-iser warning symbol is dis-played.Possible cause:

Seite 115 - Maintenance

Severe fault in the enginecontrol unitGeneral warning lightflashes yellow.The engine symbol flashes.The engine is running inemergency operating mode.U

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Battery charge voltageinsufficientThe "General" warning lightshows red.The battery symbol appearson the display.A discharged battery canrend

Seite 117 - Engine oil

Possible cause:One or several bulbs are defect-ive.Determine defective bulbs byvisual inspection.Replace defective bulbs.Outside temperaturewarningThe

Seite 118 - Brake system

ASC interventionwith riding modesOEThe ASC warning lightflashes fast.Possible cause:ASC has detected a degree ofinstability at the rear wheel andhas i

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Table of ContentsYou can also consult the index atthe end of this Rider's Manual ifyou want to find a particular topicor item of information.1 Ge

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Tyre pressure closeto limit of permittedtolerancewith tyre pressure monitoring(RDC)OEThe "General" warning lightshows yellow.The tyre symbol

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workshop, preferably anauthorised BMW Motorraddealer.If you are unsure whether thevehicle can be ridden with thetyre in its present condition:Do not c

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Possible cause:One or two RDC sensors havefailed.Have the fault rectified by aspecialist workshop, preferablyan authorised BMW Motorraddealer.Possible

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Possible cause:The integral battery in the anti-theft alarm has lost its entire ori-ginal capacity. There is no as-surance that the anti-theft alarmwi

Seite 124 - Rims and tyres

342zStatus indicators

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OperationIgnition switch/steering lock . . . . . . . . . 44Ignition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45Electronic immobilise

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Ignition switch/steeringlockKeysYou receive two different ignitionkeys and one emergency key.The emergency key is small andlight so that it can always

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IgnitionSwitch on ignitionTurn the ignition key to posi-tion 1.Parking lights and all functioncircuits switched on.Engine can be started.Pre-ride chec

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Headlight courtesy delayfeaturewith LED headlightsOEwith daytime riding lightsOEwith LED auxiliary headlightOASwitch off the ignition.with daytime rid

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Total distance travelled (ODO)Tripmeter 1 (TRIP I)Tripmeter 2 (TRIP II)Range (RANGE)SETUP-menu (SETUP), onlywhen stationarywith on-board computer ProO

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Off-roading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84Brakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85Parking your motorcycle . . . . 86Refuel . . .

Seite 131 - Front-wheel stand

Repeatedly press button 1briefly until the milometer tobe reset is indicated in the topdisplay line 2.Press and hold down button 1until the value show

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Respectively press button 1briefly in order to go to thenext menu item.The top display line 2 showsthe menu item.The bottom display line 3shows the pr

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Keep button 2 pressed untilthe hours in the bottom displayline 3 start to flash.If "––:––" is displayedinstead of the time, thevoltage suppl

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Press button 1 to increase theflashing value or button 2 toreduce the same.Keep button 2 pressed untilthe year in the bottom displayline 3 starts to f

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Respectively press button 1briefly in order to go to thenext menu item.The top display line 2 showsthe menu item.The bottom display line 3shows the pr

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EXIT: Exit individualisationmenuWhen the menu item SETUPEXIT displays, press and holdbutton 2 to exit the individual-isation menu.In order to exit the

Seite 137 - Air filter

Immediately after switching offthe ignition, push button 1 tothe left and hold it in this po-sition until the parking lightscome on.Switch the ignitio

Seite 138 - Jump-start

Press button 1 to switch onthe daytime riding lights.The indicator light for thedaytime riding light illumin-ates.The low-beam headlight, thefront sid

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on again. If the daytime ridinglight is active, the daytime rid-ing light symbol is displayed inthe multifunction display.Manual operation of thelight

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the button. The hazard warningflashers recommence flashing assoon as the button is released.Press button 1 to switch onthe hazard warning flashers.Ign

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Confirmation of service . . . . 17112 Appendix . .. . . . . . . . . . . 173Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17413 Index . . . . . . . . .

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The increase in power con-sumption caused by thegrip heating can drain the bat-tery if you are riding at low en-gine speeds. If the charge levelis low

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with riding modesOEInitially, the ASC symbolchanges status. Press andhold down button 1 until theABS warning light responds.Under these circumstancest

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You have the option of de-activating the ASC functionwhile the motorcycle is on themove.Press and hold down button 1until the ASC warning lightchanges

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Sporty off-roading.The interplay of engine torque,throttle response, ABS controland ASC control is optimised foreach of these scenarios.with Dynamic E

Seite 146 - Plastics

mode is indicated next to theselection arrow.The following ride modes can beselected:RAIN: For riding on a rain-wetroad surface.ROAD: For riding on a

Seite 147 - Paint care

For this purpose press lockingmechanism 1 and withdrawcap.Install the coding plug.Switch on the ignition.The symbol 1 for the codingplug is shown in t

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AccelerateBriefly push button 1 forward.Speed is increased by approx.2 km/h each time you push thebutton.Push button 1 forward andhold it in this posi

Seite 149 - Technical data

speed saved in memory, eventhough you might have intendedslowing to a lower speed.Telltale light for cruise con-trol shows.Switching off cruisecontrol

Seite 150 - Troubleshooting chart

Turn adjusting screw 1 to thedesired position.The adjusting screw iseasier to turn if you pushthe handbrake lever forward.Four settings are possible:P

Seite 151 - Threaded fasteners

Push the protective cap overthe threaded fastener.HandlebarsAdjustable handlebarsThe motor cycle handlebars canbe adjusted in their tilt within theran

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General instructionsOverview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Abbreviations and symbols . . . . . . . . . . 6Equipment . . . .

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Your motorcycle's hand-ling will suffer if you do notmatch the spring-preload anddamping-characteristic settings.Adjust the damping characteristi

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Basic setting of rear-sus-pension damping charac-teristicwithout Dynamic ESAOETurn adjuster screw clock-wise until the stop positionis reached, then t

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In the multifunction display thedamping is shown in area 1, thespring preload in area 2.The setting shows briefly, thendisappears automatically.Adjust

Seite 156 - Rear-wheel drive

One-up with luggageTwo-up (with luggage)Wait for the mechanism tocomplete all adjustments be-fore you ride off.The settings for damping andspring prel

Seite 157 - Running gear

If an alarm was triggered whilethe motorcycle was unattended,the rider is notified accordinglyby an alarm tone sounding oncewhen the ignition is switc

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Off: Alarm system is deactiv-ated.TyresChecking tyre pressureIncorrect tyre pressures im-pair the motorcycle's hand-ling characteristics and incr

Seite 159 - Wheels and tyres

Adjust headlight beamthrowIf, for a high load, the adjust-ment of the spring pre-load isno longer sufficient not to dazzleoncoming traffic:Turn adjust

Seite 160 - Electrics

Installing rear seatPlace the rear seat centrallyinto the rear mountings 1 andinto the front mounting 2.In order to position the rearseat closer to th

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In order to remove the frontheight adjustment 1, pressdown locking mechanism 2and remove height adjustmentin an upward direction.In order to set the l

Seite 162 - Anti-theft alarm

RidingSafety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80Starting . . . . .

Seite 163 - Dimensions

OverviewChapter 2 of this Rider's Manualwill provide you with an initialoverview of your motorcycle.All maintenance and repair workon the vehicle

Seite 164 - Riding specifications

Safety instructionsRider's equipmentDo not ride without the correctclothing. Always wear:HelmetMotorcycling jacket andtrousersGlovesBootsThis app

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stated on the label inside thecase.with topcaseOANote the maximum permissiblepayload and the speed limit forriding with topcase fitted, asstated on th

Seite 166 - BMW Pre-delivery Check

into contact with the engine andexhaust system.Catalytic converterIf misfiring causes unburned fuelto enter the catalytic converter,there is a danger

Seite 167 - BMW Service

StartingStarting engineSwitch on the ignition.Pre-ride check is performed.( 81)ABS self-diagnosis isperformed. ( 82)with riding modesOEASC self-diagno

Seite 168 - BMW Running-in

If symbols should not be shownand warning lights not displayed:Some malfunctions cannotbe indicated if one of thewarning lights fails to show.Make sur

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speed of at least 5 km/h withthe engine running in order forASC self-diagnosis to com-plete.The ASC warning lightflashes slowly.ASC self-diagnosiscomp

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Ride carefully and avoidextremely sharp inclines.Off-roadingFor off-roadingRimsThis motorcycle is a tour-ing Enduro machine, whichmeans it can also be

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the air filter element for cloggingat shorter intervals; clan or re-place as necessary.Operation in very dusty condi-tions (desert, steppes, or the li

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Riding on salted or grittedroads.After work has been carried onthe brakes, due to traces of oilor grease.Riding on dirt-covered surfacesor off-road.We

Seite 173 - Confirmation of service

Fuel expands when hot.Fuel escaping from anoverfilled tank could make its wayonto the road surface. This couldcause a fall.Do not overfill the fuel ta

Seite 174 - Item Odometer

ESA Electronic SuspensionAdjustment.RDCTyre pressure monitoring(ReifenDruck-Control).EquipmentWhen you purchased your BMWmotorcycle you have chosena m

Seite 175 - Appendix

Press the fuel tank cap downfirmly to close.Remove the key and close theprotective cap.Fuel gradeFor optimum fuel consumption,fuel should be sulphur-f

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Risk of damaging compon-ents.Take care not to trapcomponents such as brake linesor wires.At the front, secure the strapsto the handlebars on bothsides

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590zRiding

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Engineering detailsRiding mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92Brake system with BMW MotorradIntegral ABS . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Riding modewith riding modesOESelectionFive ride modes enable the mo-torcycle's characteristics to adaptto the prevailing weather condi-tions, th

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variants HARD, NORMAL andSOFT can be selected.Basic setting RAIN: SOFT.Basic setting ROAD: NORMAL.Basic setting DYNAMIC:HARD.In the modes ENDURO andEN

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How does ABS work?The amount of braking force thatcan be transferred to the roaddepends on factors that includethe coefficient of friction of theroad

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Rear wheel liftUnder very severe and suddendeceleration, however, under cer-tain circumstances it is possiblethat the BMW Motorrad Integ-ral ABS will

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What significancedevolves on regularmaintenance?Invariably, a technical sys-tem cannot perform beyondthe abilities dictated by its levelof maintenance

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Even ASC is constrained bythe laws of physics. Invari-ably, the rider bears responsibil-ity for assessing road and trafficconditions and adopting his

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