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Hi all,
new to the forum recently retired elect/mech engineer likes to have a go diy,
fault light on abs, checked with code reader no fault found,disconected/re- connected battery, light still on.any hints tips or info gratefully recieved
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Hi & welcome Clueless,with a name like that you'll fit in really well.:thumbsup::whistle:.Have you done a BSI reset,there is a thread on it.:thumbsup:Confusedalut:
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Hello Clueless welcome to the forum
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(16-01-2014, 08:20 PM)ron Wrote:  Hi & welcome Clueless,with a name like that you'll fit in really well.:thumbsup::whistle:.Have you done a BSI reset,there is a thread on it.:thumbsup:Confusedalut:

hi Ron,
thanks for the info found a link to bsi reset instruction page not clear if this is suitable for all models mine is a 09 xtr b9 i'll give it a try if it ever stops p===ing down,been to Halfords no Haynes manual available for this model
is the one on offer worth buying.also downloaded on line £9-99 version in case i need a circuit diag.Confusedtudy:


re- the name 65 years and none the bloody wiser
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(17-01-2014, 07:01 AM)CLUELESS Wrote:  
(16-01-2014, 08:20 PM)ron Wrote:  Hi & welcome Clueless,with a name like that you'll fit in really well.:thumbsup::whistle:.Have you done a BSI reset,there is a thread on it.:thumbsup:Confusedalut:




re- the name 65 years and none the bloody wiser

That makes 2 of us.:wave:
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Welcome to our place CLUELESS!!
If you ever really need a wiring diagram there are a couple of guys here
that can normally assist for a couple of goats and a vestal virgin!!
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(17-01-2014, 09:08 PM)OlJeffers Wrote:  Welcome to our place CLUELESS!!
If you ever really need a wiring diagram there are a couple of guys here
that can normally assist for a couple of goats and a vestal virgin!!

Hi 'OL'Jeffers'.
goats plenty off, virgins no chance.
thanks for the welcome.
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