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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-16-2020, 06:42 PM Thread Starter
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Se enciende en forma permanente la lyz del ABS

Hola amigos de la FJR 1300. Quisiera preguntarles si alguno a tenido la falla del ABS (luz fija permanentemente encendida). En tal caso, si lo pudiero solucionar, le pediría que me pueda ayudar a resplver este tema. Desde ya muchas gracias, Salvayama.
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Hay más de una razón por la que puede tener un problema de abdominales. Me gustaría extraer códigos, verificar la función del freno, verificar los niveles de líquido, fusibles, etc.

Hay un procedimiento para probar la función de abs, pero depende de la generación de FJR1300 con la que esté tratando.

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Some of us needed a little help to help you. {Algunos de nosotros necesitábamos un poco de ayuda para ayudarte.}


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1: Hello friends of the FJR 1300. I would like to ask you if any have had abs failure (permanently fixed light on). In that case, if I could fix it, I would ask you to help me resolve this issue. Thank you very much, Salvayama.


2: There's more than one reason you may have an abdominal problem. I would like to extract codes, check the brake function, check liquid levels, fuses, etc.

There is a procedure to test the abs function, but it depends on the generation of FJR1300 you are dealing with.

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.... There's more than one reason you may have an abdominal problem.
I would think that having an FJR with abdominal problems would be abnormal.
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Yes, I needed help to understand. Most likely, you need to remove the ABS wheel sensors, clean them of corrosion, use some silicone grease on the plastic holder and mounting hole, and reinstall them.
Retrieving codes is different for each model, we don't know what model or year you have.
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Yes, I needed help to understand. Most likely, you need to remove the ABS wheel sensors, clean them of corrosion, use some silicone grease on the plastic holder and mounting hole, and reinstall them.
Retrieving codes is different for each model, we don't know what model or year you have.
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"Si, necesitaba algo de ayuda para entender.
Es muy probable que tengas que remover los sensores del ABS de las ruedas, limpiarlos removiendo corrosion si la hay, utilizar algo de grasa de silicón en el retén plástico y el agujero en donde se monta y reinstalarlos.
El obtener códigos es diferente para cada modelo, y no sabemos qué modelo o año es tu motocicleta.
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You guys are good. I wish I knew a second language. I barely know english.

Hint: I included a link in my first post for translations. SOMEONE(s) can't be bothered.

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