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Seite 1 - F 800 GT

Rider's ManualF 800 GTBMW MotorradThe UltimateRiding Machine

Seite 2 - Dealership details

18zGeneral instructions

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Turn bulb 1 clockwise to installit in the bulb housing.Working from the inboardside, insert the glass into thebulb housing and close thehousing.Instal

Seite 4 - Table of Contents

Installing centre trimpanelSlip the centre trim panel un-derneath the left and right sidepanels at position 1 and thenseat it in guides 2 on left andr

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donor vehicle has a voltage ratingof 12 V.Removing centre trim panel( 98).When jump-starting the engine,do not disconnect the batteryfrom the on-board

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Do not turn the battery upsidedown.If the battery is not discon-nected, the on-board elec-tronics (e.g. clock, etc.) graduallydrain the battery. This

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on-board socket is switched offwhen this happens.Comply with the operating in-structions of the charger.If you are unable to chargethe battery through

Seite 8 - Abbreviations and

Installing batteryIf the battery was discon-nected from the motorcyclefor a prolonged period of timeit will be necessary to enter thecurrent date in t

Seite 9 - Currency

7104zMaintenance

Seite 10 - General instructions

AccessoriesGeneral instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106Power sockets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106Cases . . . . . . . . .

Seite 11 - General views

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

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The power supply to the sock-ets is switched off no morethan 15 minutes after the igni-tion is switched off, in order toprevent overloading of the on-

Seite 13 - General view, left side

General viewsGeneral view, left side. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11General view, right side . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13Underneath the seat . . . . .

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Removing casesTurn the key 1 to positionRELEASE.Pull the black release lever 1(RELEASE) up and simultan-eously pull the case out.Then lift the case ou

Seite 15 - General view, right side

Secure attachmentIf a case wobbles or is difficultto fit, it has to be adapted to thegap between the top and bottomholders.Screws 1 inside the case al

Seite 16 - Underneath the seat

Pull the release lever all theway up.The lid of the topcase opens.Closing topcasePull release lever 1 all the wayup.Close the lid of the topcaseand ho

Seite 17 - Underneath the centre

Lift the topcase at the rear andremove it from the luggagecarrier.Installing topcasePull the handle up as far as itwill go.Hook the topcase into posit

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CareCare products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114Washing motorcycle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114Cleaning easily damaged compon-ents

Seite 20 - Instrument panel

Care productsBMW Motorrad recommendsthat you use the cleaning andcare products you can obtainfrom your authorised BMWMotorrad dealer. The substancesin

Seite 21 - Status indicators

Body panelsClean the trim panels with waterand BMW plastic care emulsion.Windscreen and headlightlens plasticClean off dirt and insects with asoft spo

Seite 22 - Warning and telltale

Protective wax coatingIf water is no longer formingbeads on the paint surface, itmust be waxed.BMW Motorrad recommendsapplying only BMW car wax orprod

Seite 23 - Multifunction display

Technical datatroubleshooting chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118Threaded fasteners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119Engine . . . . . . . . . . .

Seite 24 - Warnings

210zGeneral views

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troubleshooting chartEngine does not start at all or is difficult to start.Possible cause RectificationKill switch activated Set kill switch to operat

Seite 26 - Warning symbols on

Threaded fastenersFront wheel FR ValidBrake caliper on fork legM10 x 1.25 x 35 - 10.9 30 NmClamp of quick-release axleM8 x 30, Tighten evenly in alter

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EngineEngine design Twin-cylinder 4-stroke engine, DOHC steering,4 valves operated by rocker arm, liquid coolingfor cylinder and cylinder head, integr

Seite 28 - EWS" appears on the

FuelRecommended fuel grade Super unleaded, (max. 10 % Ethanol, E10)95 ROZ/RON89 AKIUsable fuel capacity approx. 15 lReserve fuel approx. 4 lBMW recomm

Seite 29 - LAMP" appears on the

Clutchclutch type Multiplate clutch running in oil bathTransmissiongearbox type Claw-shift 6-speed gearbox, integrated into en-gine blockGearbox trans

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Rear-wheel driveType of final drive Belt drive with damper in special housingRunning gearFront wheelType of front suspension Telescopic forksSpring tr

Seite 31 - RdC" appears on the

BrakesFront wheelType of front brake Hydraulically operated twin disc brake with 4-pis-ton fixed calipers and floating brake discsBrake-pad material,

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Rear wheelrear-wheel type Cast aluminium, MT H2rear wheel rim size 5.5" x 17"Tyre designation, rear 180/55 ZR 17Tyre pressureTyre pressure,

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Spark plugsSpark plugs, manufacturer and designation NGK DCPR 8 EElectrode gap of spark plug 0.8...0.9 mm, When newLightingBulb for high-beam headligh

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FrameFrame type Cast light alloy weldment with bolt-on rear frametype plate location Steering head, rightLocation of the vehicle identification number

Seite 35 - Service-due indicator

General view, left side1 Adjuster for headlightbeam throw (underneaththe instrument cluster)( 53)2 Seat lock ( 53)3 Engine-oil filler neck andoil dips

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WeightsUnladen weight 213 kg, DIN unladen weight, ready for road, 90 %load of fuel, without optional extrasPermissible gross weight 420 kgMaximum payl

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ServiceBMW Motorrad Service . . . . . . . . . . . . 130BMW Motorrad Mobilityservices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130Mainte

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

Seite 39 - Operation

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

Seite 40 - Ignition switch/steering

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

Seite 41 - Setting clock

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

Seite 42 - Selecting readings

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

Seite 43 - Trip II)

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

Seite 44 - Stopwatch

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

Seite 45 - Side light

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

Seite 47 - Operate the hazard

Item OdometerreadingDate11138zService

Seite 48 - BMW Motorrad ASC

AAbbreviations and symbols, 6ABSControl, 16Engineering details, 70Self-diagnosis, 61Warnings, 30AccessoriesGeneral instructions, 106Ambient temperatur

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Technical data, 122Confirmation of maintenancework, 132CoolantChecking fill level, 83Fill-level indicator, 13Warning for overtemperat-ure, 26Currency,

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HHazard warning flashersControl, 16Operation, 45HeadlightAdjusting headlight beamthrow, 53Adjustment for driving on left/driving on right, 52Beam thro

Seite 51 - Spring preload

Power socketNotes on use, 106Position on the motorcycle, 11,13Pre-ride check, 61RRear-wheel driveTechnical data, 123Rear-wheel standInstalling, 92Redl

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topcaseOperation, 109Torques, 119TransmissionTechnical data, 122Trim panelsInstalling centre trim panel, 99Removing centre trim panel, 98troubleshooti

Seite 53 - Adjust the suspension

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

Seite 54 - Headlight

Important data for refuelling.FuelRecommended fuel grade Super unleaded, (max. 10 % Ethanol, E10)95 ROZ/RON89 AKIUsable fuel capacity approx. 15 lRese

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

Seite 56 - Helmet holder

General view, right side1 Tank filler cap ( 66)2 Brake-fluid reservoir, front( 81)3 VIN, type plate (onsteering-head bearing)4 Coolant level indicator

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Underneath the seat1 Tool for adjusting springpreload ( 49)2 Standard toolkit ( 76)3 Rider's Manual4 Stowagewith first-aid kitOALocation of the f

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Underneath the centretrim panel1 Battery ( 100)2 Stowagewith tyre repair kitOALocation of the tyre repairkit215zGeneral views

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Multifunction switch,left1 High-beam headlight andheadlight flasher ( 44)2 Change of status indicatorson the display ( 40)3 Hazard warning flashers( 4

Seite 60 - Safety instructions

Multifunction switch,right1 Starter ( 60)2 Emergency off switch (killswitch) ( 45)3 No series productionwith heated handlebargripsOEOperating the heat

Seite 61 - Tampering

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

Seite 62 - Starting

Instrument panel1 Warning and telltale lights( 20)2 Speedometer3 Function key4 Multifunction display( 21)5 Function key6 Ambient-light brightnesssenso

Seite 63 - ABS self-diagnosis

Status indicatorsWarning and telltale lights . . . . . . . . . . . 20Multifunction display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21Warnings . . . . . . . .

Seite 64 - Running in

Warning and telltalelights1 ABS ( 30)2 No series productionwith Automatic StabilityControl (ASC)OEASC ( 31)3 Fuel reserve ( 32)( 30)4 General warning

Seite 65 - Redline warning

Multifunction display1 Warning for engine elec-tronics ( 27)2 No series productionwith heated handlebargripsOEDisplay showing chosengrip heating level

Seite 66 - Descending mountain

9 No series productionwith on-board com-puterOESymbols explaining thereadings shown in the val-ues area ( 32)10 Coolant temperature dis-play11 No seri

Seite 67 - Parking your

Warnings, overviewWarning and telltalelightsWarning symbols onthe displayMeaning"x.x °C" flashesOutside temperature warning ( 26)Lights up y

Seite 68 - Refuelling

Warning and telltalelightsWarning symbols onthe displayMeaningLights up yellow + "--" or "----" appears onthe display.Sensor defec

Seite 69 - Securing motorcycle

Warning and telltalelightsWarning symbols onthe displayMeaningLights upASC switched off ( 31)Lights upASC fault ( 31)325zStatus indicators

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Outside temperaturewarningwith on-board computerOE"x.x °C" flashes.Possible cause:The air temperature measured atthe vehicle is lower than 3

Seite 71 - Engineering details

ist workshop as soon as pos-sible, preferably an authorisedBMW Motorrad dealer.Engine in emergency-operation modeGeneral warning light showsyellow.Eng

Seite 72 - BMW Motorrad ABS

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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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 74 - Electronic engine

Do not continue your journey.Notify the breakdown service.Have the tyre checked fordamage by a specialistworkshop, preferably anauthorised BMW Motorra

Seite 75 - --" for each

signals until the motorcyclereaches a speed above thisthreshold ( 73).Increase speed above thisthreshold and observe the RDCreadings. Assume that a pe

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ABS faultABS warning light flashes.Possible cause:The ABS control unit has detec-ted a fault.You can continue to ride. Bearin mind that the ABS functi

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Possible cause:The ASC control unit has detec-ted a fault.You can continue to ride. Bearin mind that the ASC functionis not available. Bear in mindthe

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comes to determine the reservevolume. However, the tank willat least contain the fuel reservevolume indicated on the insidecover.with on-board compute

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al' warning light showing yellow.The word "Service" remains per-manently visible.If the service-due indicatorappears more than a monthb

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If warning triangle 3 alsoshows, the reading is awarning. The affected pressureflashes.If the affected value is close tothe limit of the permissible t

Seite 81 - Brake system

336zStatus indicators

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OperationIgnition switch/steering lock . . . . . . . . . 38Electronic immobiliser (EWS) . . . . . . . 39Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Seite 83

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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Ignition switch/steeringlockKeysYou receive two ignition keys andone emergency key. The emer-gency key is small and light sothat it can always be kept

Seite 85

Turn the key to position 1,while moving the handlebarsslightly.Ignition, lights and all functioncircuits are switched off.Handlebars are locked.Key ca

Seite 86 - Rims and tyres

Press and hold down button 1until the hours number 2flashes.Repeatedly press button 1 untilthe hours number is correct.Press and hold down button 1unt

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distance travelled after fueldown to reserve in kmPress button 3 to select thereading in values area 4.The following values can be dis-played:Total ki

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Press and hold down button 1until the value shown is reset.Stopwatchwith on-board computerOEStopwatchYou can switch from the odo-meter reading to a st

Seite 89

Lap timerBy swapping the functions ofINFObutton 1 on the handlebarfitting and the functions ofbutton 2, you can make thestopwatch easier to use (as a

Seite 90

Low-beam headlightThe low-beam headlight switcheson automatically when you startthe engine.High-beam headlight andheadlight flasherPush switch 1 forwa

Seite 91

Hazard warningflashersOperate the hazardwarning flashersSwitch on the ignition.The hazard warning flash-ers place a strain on thebattery. Do not use t

Seite 92 - Front-wheel stand

A Engine switched offB Normal operating position(run)Heated handlebar gripswith heated handlebar gripsOEOperate the heatedhandlebar gripsStart the eng

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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

Seite 94 - Rear-wheel stand

Securing motorcycle fortransportation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 676 Engineering details. . . . . 69Brake system withBMW Motorrad ABS . . . . . . .

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Turn adjusting screw 1clockwise to increase the spanbetween the clutch lever andthe handlebar grip.Turn adjusting screw 1counter-clockwise to reduceth

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MirrorsAdjusting mirrorsAdjust the mirror by twistingthe casing and the mirror arminto the desired position.Spring preloadSettingIt is essential to se

Seite 97

Basic setting of springpreload, rearTurn the dial counter-clockwise as far as it willgo (One-up riding withoutluggage)Turn the dial counter-clock-wise

Seite 98

Basic setting of rear-sus-pension damping charac-teristicTurn the adjusting screwclockwise as far as it will go,then make 1.5 anti-clock-wise rotation

Seite 99

Press button 1 to view the cur-rent setting.To make different adjustment tothe damping:Repeatedly press button 1 untilthe setting you want to useappea

Seite 100 - Maintenance

preferably an authorised BMWMotorrad dealer, in order to avoiddamaging the plastic lens of thelight.Headlight beam throw andspring preloadHeadlight be

Seite 101 - Jump start

Turn the key to the left in seatlock 1 and hold it in this pos-ition while pressing down therear part of the seat.Lift the seat at the rear andrelease

Seite 102

way when you hook the helmetinto position.Position the helmet as shownin the illustration.Installing the seat ( 54).455zOperation

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456zOperation

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RidingSafety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58Checklists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60Starting . . . . . .

Seite 106

Safety instructionsRider's equipmentThe following clothing will protectyou for every journey:HelmetMotorcycling jacket andtrousersGlovesBootsThis

Seite 107 - Accessories

Poor tyre treadAdded luggage systems suchas bags, topcases and tankbags.Risk of poisoningExhaust fumes contain carbonmonoxide, which is colourlessand

Seite 108 - Power sockets

ChecklistsUse the following checklists tocheck important functions, set-tings and wear limits.Before each journeyBrakesBrake-fluid levels, front and r

Seite 109 - Closing cases

The start attempt is auto-matically interrupted if bat-tery voltage is too low. Rechargethe battery before you start theengine, or use jump leads and

Seite 110 - Installing cases

ABS self-diagnosiscompletedThe ABS warning light goes out.Make sure that all the warningand telltale lights come on inthe pre-ride check.After the ABS

Seite 111 - OPEN position

Running-in speed<5000 min-1Note the mileage after the firstinspection is due to be carriedout.Mileage until first inspec-tion500...1200 kmBrake pad

Seite 112 - RELEASE position

Activating redline warningPress button 1 and button 2at the same time and holdthem down until the readingchanges.FLASH (redline warning) ap-pears, alo

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Wet and dirty brakesWetness and dirt on the brakediscs and the brake pads dimin-ish braking efficiency.Delayed braking action or poorbraking efficienc

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Extend the centre stand andlift the motorcycle onto thestand.On a gradient, the motorcycleshould always face uphill; se-lect 1st gear.RefuellingFuel i

Seite 115

Recommended fuelgradeSuper unleaded, (max. 10 %Ethanol, E10)95 ROZ/RON89 AKIUsable fuel capacityapprox. 15 lReserve fuelapprox. 4 lPress the fuel tank

Seite 116 - Plastics

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

Seite 117 - Paint care

At the rear, secure the strapsto the rear footrests on bothsides and tighten the straps.Tighten all the straps uniformly;the vehicle's suspension

Seite 118

Engineering detailsBrake system with BMW MotorradABS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70Electronic engine management wi

Seite 119 - Technical data

Brake system withBMW Motorrad ABSHow does ABS work?The amount of braking force thatcan be transferred to the roaddepends on factors that includethe co

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What is the designbaseline forBMW Motorrad ABS?Within the limits imposed byphysics, the BMW Motorrad ABSensures directional stability onany surface. T

Seite 121 - Threaded fasteners

take over and even BMW Motor-rad ABS is unable to counteracttheir effects. Invariably, the riderbears responsibility for assessingroad and traffic con

Seite 122

function is deactivated for safetyreasons and an ASC fault mes-sage is issued. Self-diagnosishas to complete before faultmessages can be issued.The fo

Seite 123 - Engine oil

The control unit can administratefour sensors, so two differentsets of wheels with RDC sensorscan be alternated on the vehicle.An error message is iss

Seite 124 - Transmission

MaintenanceGeneral instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76Toolkit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76Engine oil .

Seite 125 - Running gear

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

Seite 126 - Wheels and tyres

BMW Motorrad has assembleda tools service set that is idealfor carrying out extended servicework (e.g. removing and installingwheels) on this motorcyc

Seite 127 - Electrics

OverviewAn important aspect of thisRider's Manual is that it canbe used for quick and easyreference. Consulting theextensive index at the end of

Seite 128

Remove the oil dipstick andcheck the oil level.Engine oil, specified levelBetween MIN and MAXmarksEngine oil, quantity fortopping upproducts recommend

Seite 129 - Dimensions

Brake systemChecking operation ofbrakesPull the handbrake lever.The pressure point must beclearly perceptible.Press the footbrake lever.The pressure p

Seite 130 - Riding specifications

cause damage to the brake sys-tem.In order to ensure the dependab-ility of the brake system, do notpermit the brake pads to wearpast the minimum permi

Seite 131

cause damage to the brake sys-tem.In order to ensure the dependab-ility of the brake system, do notpermit the brake pads to wearpast the minimum permi

Seite 132 - BMW Pre-delivery Check

Check the brake-fluidlevel, rear brakesA low fluid level in thebrake reservoir can allow airto penetrate the brake system.This significantly reduces b

Seite 133 - BMW Service

CoolantChecking coolant levelMake sure the ground is leveland firm and place the motor-cycle on its stand.Check the coolant level in ex-pansion tank 1

Seite 134 - BMW Running-in

Check the clutch playOperate the clutch lever untilresistance can be felt whilstobserving the notch betweenedges 1 and 2 in the manualvalve.The inner

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Make sure the ground is leveland firm and place the motor-cycle on its stand.Measure the tyre tread depthin the main tread grooves withwear marks.Wear

Seite 136

RDC adhesive labelwith tyre pressure monitoring(RDC)OEIncorrect tyre fitting candamage the RDC sensors.Be sure to explain to the au-thorised BMW Motor

Seite 137

Force the brake pads 1 slightlyapart by rocking brake caliper 2back and forth against brakedisc 3.Mask off the parts of the wheelrim that could be scr

Seite 138

EWSElectronic immobiliser.DWAAnti-theft alarm (Dieb-stahlwarnanlage)ABSAnti-lock brake systemASC Automatic Stability Con-trol.ESA Electronic Suspensio

Seite 139 - Confirmation of service

Threaded fasteners nottightened to the specifiedtorque can work loose or theirthreads can suffer damage.Always have the security of thefasteners check

Seite 140 - Item Odometer

Brake caliper on fork leg30 NmInsert the wheel-speed sensorinto the bore and installscrew 1.Remove the adhesive tapefrom the wheel rim.Operate the bra

Seite 141

Threaded fasteners nottightened to the specifiedtorque can work loose or theirthreads can suffer damage.Always have the security of thefasteners check

Seite 142

Slacken securing screw 1.Push the two adapters 2 apartuntil the telescopic forks fitbetween them.Use locating pins 3 to set thefront-wheel stand to th

Seite 143

Make sure the motorcycle isstanding firmly.Rear-wheel standInstall the rear-wheelstandMake sure the ground is leveland firm and place the motor-cycle

Seite 144

handle of the stand back untilboth rollers of the stand are onthe ground.Then press the handle down tothe ground.BulbsReplacing low-beam and/or high-b

Seite 145

Replace the defective bulb.Bulb for high-beamheadlightH7 / 12 V / 55 WBulbs for the low-beamheadlightH7 / 12 V / 55 WHold the new bulb by the baseonly

Seite 146

Turn bulb socket 1 counter-clockwise to remove.Remove bulb 1 from the bulbholder.Replace the defective bulb.Bulb for parking lightW5W / 12 V / 5 WUse

Seite 147 - *01418544151*

Replacing the brake lightand rear light bulbswith LED rear lightOAThe LED rear light can bereplaced only as a completeunit. Consult a specialist work-

Seite 148

Replacing turn indicatorbulbs, front and rearwith LED turn indicatorsOEThe LED flashing turn indic-ators can be replaced only asa complete unit. Consu

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