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Thread: BMW R1200GS ABS Unit repair

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    BMW R1200GS ABS Unit repair

    Hi peeps,

    does anyone know who can fix an ABS unit on a BMW R1200GS 2006? It is an ABS III or iABS or called integral ABS. I know of companies overseas, one in Germany so I know it can be done. I was wondering if there are any companies in this part of the world who could fix it. If you know anything could you please let me know?

    Thanks

    Benny

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    Can you put up a pic. Theres two versions.

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    Unfortunately not without taking the bike apart. The unit sits underneath the tank.

    Thanks

    Benny

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    Does it have a black circular cylnder on one end around 80mm diameter & 60 to 70mm long?
    It's the electric pump motor. It does not have any wires coming from that part, regardless of the fact that it's a electric motor. If it looks like this I can fix it. Same as many BMW cars of that era.
    You may need it to go on a GS901 scanner to clear the two fault codes it will have stored due to the fault.
    Very common problem. I'd almost call it a manufacturing fault, or design flaw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sidecar bob View Post
    Does it have a black circular cylnder on one end around 80mm diameter & 60 to 70mm long?
    It's the electric pump motor. It does not have any wires coming from that part, regardless of the fact that it's a electric motor. If it looks like this I can fix it. Same as many BMW cars of that era.
    You may need it to go on a GS901 scanner to clear the two fault codes it will have stored due to the fault.
    Very common problem. I'd almost call it a manufacturing fault, or design flaw.
    BMW certainly called it a manufacturing fault.

    The bro was told that all of that crop of R1200GS were recalled for ABS module replacement everywhere except NZ. BMW declined to contribute in any way towards the replacement for his 25 month old machine.
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    Abs gs1200r fix

    Sidecar, where you based and what do you charge for fixing the abs pumps?

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    I'm in Tauranga.
    If it looks like the one in the pic & it's done the usual thing $200.

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    Talk to Dean at

    https://www.thebmshop.nz/

    He is in Auckland


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