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Discussion in 'Ridiculous streetbikes with 6 CPUs and too much HP' started by Stromcat, Dec 15, 2013.
Can an owner remove the sevice warning message on the 1190,or does it have to be done by a dealer?
I found and coppied the reset procedure, not shure where it was posted.
1. Hold the "up" and "down" buttons and turn on the ignition.
2. Continue to hold the "up" and "down" buttons until the display cycles through all the menus.
3. Continue to hold the "up" and "down" buttons when the "setting menu" is reached.
4. After a few seconds the "settings menu" will change to allow you to choose the kilometers and months untill next service.
5. Release the "up" and "down" buttons.
6. Use the "set" button to increase the numbers. Keep going and the kilometers and months will cycle back around to 0 if you go past your choice.
I have a service warning that popped up. Below it, it says something to the effect of rear tpms.
but i aired it up to 48 psi, so it should have cleared. But it has not yet. does it take a while?
Seems like the last time i got this, it cleared after I put more air in it.
TPMS may need activated through a short ride to register pressure change.
Mine has always cleared once I put air in and cycled the key and road it.
I did take it forma short ride, like 5-7 minutes. probably need to go longer.