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Good day all,

I have a 2007 R1200GS The bike completed a 2-3000 mile trip in May 2015
with no issues. I parked the bike and only rode it it since once or twice
on short hops. The bike is kept in doors and on a battery tender. The
battery is a 3 year old Odyssey that reads 12.7 Vdc at rest and 12.5Vdc with
the ignition on and 13.8-14.3Vdc with the engine running. This morning I
started the bike and had a solid red brake failure warning light at start up
that would not clear. I went for a ride and tried to clear it after a few
miles by killing the motor while rolling and turning the ignition back on
with no joy. I rode for about 30 miles highway and back roads, and tried a
reset a few times...no luck..

Got the bike home and cleaned and reseated all the connections at the
battery and ran the GS911 and came up with two fault codes:

24048: Pump motor defective
The fault is currently present.

24049: Power Supply to Pump motor faulty
The fault is currently present.

I am working on the theory that the battery and the battery connections are
good as the Volts look good and the bike starts and restarts over and over
surely.

The help I need is where to go from here ? I can get down to the pumps
under the tank but I am unsure what to do next...Any and all tips are
appreciated.

Much Thanks,
Eric
 

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I know this is an old post, so you probably have it sorted out by now, but I had the same issue. Module Master is the answer: They rebuild your ABS module, test it and warranty it for 5 years for about 10% the cost of a new module.
 

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I know this is an old post, so you probably have it sorted out by now, but I had the same issue. Module Master is the answer: They rebuild your ABS module, test it and warranty it for 5 years for about 10% the cost of a new module.
Much Thanks that is exactly what I did and the bike was reassembled the next week! Much thanks for your reply and help.

Cheers,
Eric
 
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