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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 30-Jun-2019, 01:03 PM (752) Thread Starter
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ASC, ABS and Cruise control issues

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Just changed tires, after change, the ASC fault and ABS lights are on solid after self check. Cant reengage either one. Additionally the Cruise control doesnt work either. This is a 2105 R1200 GSA with ESA. Looks like the sensor clearance is correct on the front wheel.
Any advice would be appreciated. Closest dealer is 300 miles away and I dont have a g911 device. Ordering one now but doesnt help today....
THanks in advance.
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Take the speed sensor off the front wheel. Lay it on a perfectly flat surface and make sure it wasn't slightly bent. This happened to me on a tire change and getting it back to true was all it took.

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All,
Just changed tires, after change, the ASC fault and ABS lights are on solid after self check. Cant reengage either one. Additionally the Cruise control doesnt work either. This is a 2105 R1200 GSA with ESA. Looks like the sensor clearance is correct on the front wheel.
Any advice would be appreciated. Closest dealer is 300 miles away and I dont have a g911 device. Ordering one now but doesnt help today....
THanks in advance.
This happened to me after changing tires and it was a speed sensor put in crooked and then raddled loose. It was just slighting loose and this causes all kinds of problems. When to the dealer under warranty and was embarrassed to find I cause the problem. He straightened it out and tightened to mounting bolt-no harm no foul.
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Take the speed sensor off the front wheel. Lay it on a perfectly flat surface and make sure it wasn't slightly bent. This happened to me on a tire change and getting it back to true was all it took.
When you say the sensor are you talking about pick up attached to the wire mounted on fork or the slotted disk on the wheel itself.
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When you say the sensor are you talking about pick up attached to the wire mounted on fork or the slotted disk on the wheel itself.
The slotted disc mounted on the wheel. Its easy to bend it when doing a tire change if your not careful.

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