Safety Recall 21V-060 – Fuel Pump – 2011-2014 BMW Motorcycles

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February 8, 2021 NHTSA CAMPAIGN NUMBER: 21V060000

Fuel Pump Flange May Leak

A fuel leak, in the presence of an ignition source, may result in a fire.

 

NHTSA Campaign Number: 21V060

Manufacturer BMW of North America, LLC

Components FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE

Potential Number of Units Affected 20,963

 

Summary

BMW of North America, LLC (BMW) is recalling certain 2011-2014 S 1000 RR/R/ HP4, R 1200 GS/GS Adventure/R/RT, K 1300 S, K 1600 GT/GTL/GTL Exclusive and 2014 R nine T motorcycles. The fuel pump, and auxiliary fuel pump in certain models, may crack and leak fuel during vehicle operation.

 

Remedy

BMW will notify owners, and dealers will replace the fuel pump, free of charge. The recall began March 17, 2021. Owners may contact BMW customer service at 1-800-525-7417.

 

Notes

Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.safercar.gov.

 

Check if your BMW Motorcycle has a Recall

 


Recall 21V-060 Fuel Pump 2011-2014 Model Years

 

R1200 / K1200/1300/1600, S1000RR, and HP4 models

 

BMW Motorrad is announcing a Safety Recall (21V-060) for Model Year 2011-2014 BMW R1200 / K1200/1300/1600, S1000RR, and HP4 models in the US.

During supplier production of the fuel pump, a support ring was installed on the fuel pump flange at the location of the quick connector using a pneumatic fastening tool. Over time, cracks could start to form at this location and propagate. Eventually, this could lead to a small leak during operation.

Customers will be informed of the recall by BMW Motorrad USA through first class mail beginning this month. Affected vehicles have been flagged with campaign 0000163900 in AIR. Please note other BMW system may take 24-48hrs to update.

A Service Information Bulletin is currently under development and will be released at the end of the week. A Q&A customer document has been attached for your reference when responding to customer questions.

 

NHTSA Statement

Please be reminded that it is a violation of federal law (The Safety Act) for you to sell, lease or deliver any new motor vehicle covered by this notification until the recall repair has been performed. This means that dealers may not legally deliver new motor vehicles to consumers until they are fixed or use/sell replacement equipment/parts subject to this recall. Note also that substantial civil penalties apply to violations of the Safety Act.

Also, you should not sell, lease or deliver any used vehicles in your inventory subject to a safety recall until the repair is completed.

 

21V-060-FAQ.pdf

 

Aftersales, Motorrad Dealer Direct, Recalls

Mar 15, 2021,  


Fuel Pump
Safety Recall 21V-060
Model Year 2011-2014
BMW R1200 / R nine T / K1300/1600 / S1000R/RR / HP4

 

Q1. Which BMW models in the US are potentially affected by this Safety Recall?

Certain Model Year 2011-2014 BMW R1200 / K1300/1600, S1000R/RR, and HP4 models are potentially affected.

 

Q2. What is the specific issue?

Potentially affected motorcycles contain a fuel pump of a certain design that, over time, could start to develop a fuel leak.

 

Q3. What can happen as a result of this issue?

A fuel leak, in the presence of an ignition source, could lead to a fire.

 

Q4. Can I continue to ride my motorcycle?

Yes.  However, when you receive a letter via First Class mail from BMW informing you that the remedy for this Safety Recall is available, please contact an authorized BMW motorcycle dealer to have this performed as soon as possible.  If you are not the only rider of this motorcycle, please advise all other riders of this important information.

 

Q5. How did BMW become aware of this issue?

BMW became aware of this issue through its quality control procedures.

 

Q6. Why are other BMW motorcycles not included in this Safety Recall? Other motorcycles were equipped with a fuel pump of a different design.

 

Q7. Can I determine if this issue exists on my motorcycle

If your motorcycle is experiencing a fuel leak, it may be experiencing this issue.

 

Q8. How will my motorcycle be repaired?

The fuel pump will be replaced by an improved version.

 

Q9. How will I be informed of this Safety Recall?

Letters are planned to be sent to affected owners beginning mid March via First Class mail advising them of this Safety Recall and, if the remedy is available, requesting them to schedule an appointment with an authorized BMW Motorcycle dealer to have this Safety Recall performed.  If the remedy is not available, owners will be mailed a second letter when the remedy is available.  Please visit www.bmwmotorcycles.com/dealer to locate an authorized BMW Motorcycle dealer.

 

Q10. How long will the repair take?

The remedy will be performed at no charge to the customer, and take approximately one hour.  Additional time may be necessary for drop-off and pick-up of the motorcycle.

 

Q11. Do I have to wait for my letter in order to have my motorcycle serviced?

Yes.  BMW is in the process of ensuring that the necessary tools, parts, and procedures are available prior to contacting owners to schedule an appointment with an authorized BMW Motorcycle dealer to have this important Safety Recall performed.  Please visit www.bmwmotorcycles.com/recall for the latest updates to this Safety Recall.

 


SIB 16 01 21
2021-03-18

RECALL 21V-060 FUEL PUMP REPLACEMENT

 

MODEL

Model Trade Designation Production Date
K21 R nine T 2013-2014
K25 R 1200 GS, R 1200 GS Adventure 2011-2013
K26 R 1200 RT 2011-2014
K27 R 1200 R 2011-2014
K40 K 1300 S 2011-2014
K42 HP4 2012-2014
K46 S 1000 RR 2011-2014
K47 S 1000 R 2013-2014
K48 K 1600 GT, K 1600 GTL, K 1600 GTL Exclusive 2011-2014

 

The affected vehicles have been marked with campaign number 0000163900 in AIR.

In order to determine if a specific vehicle is affected by this campaign it will be necessary to verify the vehicle VIN in AIR (Aftersales Information Research). Based on the response of the system, either proceed with the repair or take no further action. Please note, open campaigns or vehicle stops may not appear in DCS Warranty Vehicle Inquiry or sales systems until 24-72 hours after they are announced, therefore AIR is always the recommended method for determining open campaigns and vehicle stops.

 

NHTSA STATEMENT

Please be reminded that it is a violation of federal law (The Safety Act) for you to sell, lease or deliver any new motorcycle covered by this notification until the recall repair has been performed. This means that dealers may not legally deliver new motorcycles to consumers until they are fixed or use/sell replacement equipment/parts subject to this recall. Note also that substantial civil penalties apply to violations of the Safety Act. Also, you should not sell, lease or deliver any Certified Pre-Owned or used motorcycles subject to a safety recall until the repair is completed. Please follow any special instructions that we provide to you for the return or disposition of recall parts.

 

SITUATION

In rare cases, a leak with fuel odor may occur from the fuel-pump and, on applicable models, the auxiliary fuel pump.

 

Letters are being mailed to owners via First Class mail advising them of this recall and asking them to schedule an appointment with an authorized BMW Motorrad dealer to have the fuel pump(s) replaced.

 

CORRECTION

The fuel pump will be replaced along with the auxiliary pump, if applicable.

 

PROCEDURE

Replace the fuel pump(s) using repair instructions in AIR applicable to the given motorcycle.

 

PARTS INFORMATION

Obtain and confirm the part numbers for your specific vehicle by entering the chassis number in ETK which takes into account specific equipment and/or options.

 

Additional parts like gaskets, hardware and chemicals may be required for the complete repair.

 

Part Numbers for All Motorcycles EXCEPT: R 1200 GS Adventure, K25/32:

16 14 – — — Fuel-pump unit (part number, see Electronic Parts Catalogue)
16 11 – — — Seal (part number, see Electronic Parts Catalogue)
16 14 7 722 876 Shaped seal
16 12 1 176 918 Hose clamp (if required)

 

Part Numbers for R 1200 GS Adventure, K25/32 ONLY

16 14 7 708 047 Fuel-pump unit
16 11 7 705 637 Flange
16 11 7 677 883 Seal (QTY: 2)
16 14 7 722 876 Shaped seal

 


0524-S1000RR

00 60 386 Replacing fuel-pump unit

Additional work: 46 52 510 Removing and installing the rear-wheel stand special tool (motorcycles without centre stand)

 

1

Removing front seat

  • Push front seat (1) to one side by applying pressure to the seat surface as shown (arrows).
  • Remove screws (2).
  • Push front seat (1) forward and lift it at the rear to remove. Take care not to allow screws (2) to scratch trim panel (3).

 

2

Removing complete cover of fuel tank

  • Remove screws (1) on left and right and screw (2).
  • Remove screws (3) together with washers (4) on left and right.
  • Remove complete cover (5), noting holders (6) on left and right.

 

3

Removing fuel tank

  • Pull off hoses (1) and (2).
  • Remove screws (3) with thrust pieces (4) on the left and right.
  • Remove screw with contact disc (5).

 

  • Lift the fuel tank (1).
  • Disconnect plug connection (2) for electric fuel pump and plug connection (3) for fuel level sensor.
  • Press open the lock of the fuel delivery line (Arrow) and disconnect fuel delivery line (4).
  • Remove fuel tank (1).

 

  • When setting down the fuel tank, make sure that the weight is not applied to the fuel pump.
  • The connector of the fuel pump is protected against damage.

 

4

Draining fuel tank

WARNING

Fuel is highly flammable and hazardous to health

Risk of fire, risk of damage to health

  • Comply with the safety regulations.

 

  • Drain the fuel tank, using the commercially available special tool.

 

5

Removing fuel-pump unit

  • Remove screws (1) and remove pressure plate (2).
  • By holding the lug (3), carefully ease the fuel-pump unit out of the fuel tank.

 

  • Remove fuel-pump unit (1) with gasket (2) from the fuel tank, making sure that intake strainer (3) does not catch in the fuel tank and suffer damage.
  • Disconnect plug (4) for the lever-type sensor.
  • Remove fuel-pump unit (1).

 

6

Removing electronic fuel pump

  • Remove screws (1).
  • Slightly lift electronics module (2) and disconnect plug (3) for the fuel pump.
  • Remove electronics module (2) with gasket (4).

 

7

Installing electronic fuel pump

Checking electrical contacts

  • When installing parts that were in use beforehand, check the condition of the electrical contacts.

 

Check

  • Check the electrical contacts of the plug of the fuel-pump electronics.

 

Result

  • Significant signs of corrosion on the contacts.

 

Measure

  • Replace the fuelpump electronics.

 

Check

  • Check the electrical contacts of the fuel-pump unit

 

Result

  • Significant signs of corrosion on the contacts.

 

Measure

  • Replacing fuel-pump unit
  • Remove all traces of water or moisture inside the cavity and on the plugs.
  • Check gasket (4) for damage; replace the gasket if damaged or swollen.
  • Lubricate gasket (4) thinly.
Care products
Rubber care product 83 12 0 397 018

 

  • Position gasket (4) on electronics module (2).
  • Connect plug (3) for the fuel pump.
  • Carefully install electronics module (2), making sure that seal (4) is correctly seated.
  • Press electronics module (2) with gasket (4) all the way into the pump flange, taking care to keep the module square in its recess in the process.
  • Engage screws (1) and tighten uniformly.

 

8

Installing fuel-pump unit

  • Check ring (2) for damage; replace if necessary. Slip seal (2) onto fuel-pump unit (1).
  • Install fuel-pump unit (1).
  • Connect plug (4) for the lever-type sensor.
  • Install fuel-pump unit (1) with gasket (2) in the fuel tank, making sure that intake strainer (3) does not catch on the fuel tank and that gasket (2) is not damaged.

 

  • By holding the lug (3), carefully press the fuel-pump unit into the fuel tank.
  • Hold pressure plate (2) in position, making sure that the recesses (arrows) are aligned.
  • Install screws (1).
Tightening torques
Fuel pump to fuel tank
M5 x 20 5 Nm

 

9

Installing fuel tank

  • Check O-ring of fuel delivery line (1) for damage; replace if necessary.

 

  • When installing the fuel tank, make sure that spacer buffers (1) are seated in the guide of the fuel tank (Arrows).

 

  • Position fuel tank (1).

 

ATTENTION

Application of force to close locked quick-action coup- lings

Leak due to damaged O-rings

  • Close the quick-action coupling of the fuel line only with the latch open/pressed.

 

  • Press open the lock for the fuel delivery line (Arrow) and push fuel delivery line (4) into the bush with slight pressure. Release the latch and check that the delivery line is correctly seated.
  • Connect plug connection (2) for electric fuel pump and plug connection (3) for fuel level sensor.
  • Install fuel tank (1).

 

  • Install bolt with contact disc (5).

 

Tightening torques
Fuel tank to retaining bridge, rear
M6 x 115 5 Nm

 

  • Install screws (3) with thrust pieces (4) on the left and right.

 

Tightening torques
Fuel tank, front, to frame
M6 x 40 5 Nm

 

  • Push hoses (1) and (2) on.

 

10

Installing complete cover of fuel tank

  • Install complete cover (5), noting holders (6) on left and right.
  • Install screws (3) together with washers (4) on left and right.
  • Install screws (1) on left and right and screw (2).

 

11

Connecting BMW Motorrad diagnostic system to vehicle

 

NOTICE                                                

When carrying out diagnosis and programming, use a battery charger with 30 A approved by BMW Motorrad that ensures an on-board system voltage of 13 V.

 

  • Disengage diagnosis plug (1) from holder (2) and re- move protective cap (3).
  • Connect diagnosis connector (1) to connecting cable (4) for the diagnostic system.

 

NOTICE                                                

See the information about the BMW Motorrad diagnostic system for all further instructions.

 

12

Reading fault memory with BMW Motorrad diagnostic system and resetting adaptation values

 

NOTICE

When working with the BMW Motorrad diagnostic system, always follow the instructions it issues.

  • Read out the fault memory.

 

 

  • Perform all requisite repair work.
  • Reset the adaptation values.
  • Adaptation group in ISTA process “Read/reset adaptation values”:
  • Mixture preparation

 

13

Disconnecting BMW Motorrad diagnostic system from motorcycle

  • Close all diagnostic programs and switch off the ignition.
  • Disconnect the BMW Motorrad diagnostic system from the motorcycle and screw the cap onto the diagnosis plug.
  • Disconnect the BMW Motorrad battery charger from the motorcycle.

 

14

Installing front seat

  • Insert front seat (1) at the front and engage it with seat tray (4) in tank bracket (5).
  • Push front seat (1) forward and lower it at the rear to install. Take care not to allow screws (2) to scratch trim panel (3).
  • Push front seat (1) to one side by applying pressure to the seat surface as shown (arrows).
  • Carefully engage screws (2) and install.

 

Tightening torques
Front seat to rear frame
M5 3 Nm

 

15

Filling fuel tank

 

WARNING

Fuel is highly flammable and hazardous to health

Risk of fire, risk of damage to health Comply with the safety regulations.

Fill the fuel tank with fuel.

Technical data
Recommended fuel grade Super unleaded max. 10 % ethanol, E10 95 ROZ/ RON 89 AKI
Usable fuel capacity approx. 17.5 l
Fuel reserve approx. 4 l

 

16

Final check of work performed

  • Check the following:
    • The work as performed achieved the intended purpose.
    • All reservoirs and containers have been filled and all fluids and lubricants are at their correct levels.
    • All threaded fasteners released beforehand have been correctly retightened.
    • The fuel system is free of leaks.
    • The lights and signalling equipment are fully operational and the vehicle is roadworthy.
    • The brake pads of the front and rear brakes are bedded against the brake discs.

 

Function test, engine start suppression

Check

  • Set kill switch to “ON” position.
  • Select neutral.
  • Switch on the ignition.
  • Neutral status indicator light “N” shows.
  • Select a gear.
  • Neutral status indicator light “N” goes out.
  • Press the starter button.
  • Starter does not operate.
  • Extend the side stand.
  • Pull the clutch lever.
  • Press the starter button.
  • Starter does not operate.
  • Retract the side stand.
  • Press the starter button without releasing the clutch lever.
  • Starter operates.

 

Result

Not all test steps completed successfully.

 

Measure

Check the appropriate parts with the BMW Motorrad diagnostic system.


0470-R1200GSAdventure

00 60 387 Replacing both fuel-pump units

 

1

Draining fuel tank

 

WARNING

Fuel is highly flammable and hazardous to health

Risk of fire, risk of damage to health

  • Comply with the safety regulations.

 

  • Drain the fuel tank, using the commercially available special tool.

 

2

Removing front and rear seats

  • Turn the key clockwise in the seat lock and remove rear seat (1).

 

  • Turn the key counter-clockwise in the seat lock and re- move front seat (2).

 

3

Removing left side cover

  • Unclip side cover (1) from the holders (arrows) and remove.

 

4

Remove the right side cover

  • Remove screw (1).
  • Unclip side cover (2) from the holders (arrows) and re- move.

 

5

Removing side panels

  • Remove screws (1) and (2).
  • Remove side panels (3).

 

6

Removing fuel tank

  • Remove screws (1) on left and right.

 

WARNING

Fuel is highly flammable and hazardous to health

Risk of fire, risk of damage to health

  • Comply with the safety regulations.

 

  • Disconnect fuel delivery line (2).
  • Disconnect connector of electric fuel pump (3) and fuel level sensor (4).

 

  • Disconnect fuel return line (5).

 

 

  • Remove screws (6) with washers (7) and rubber washers (8) on the left and right.
  • Lift the fuel tank.

 

Removing intake air pipe

  • Disengage retainer (1) by pressing at rear and remove.
  • Pull the locator (arrow) to the side and out of the rubber sleeve and remove intake air pipe (2).

 

  • Lift the fuel tank and carefully slide the tank slightly to the rear.

 

7

Removing fuel-pump unit

Remove union nut (1) with pin wrench (16 1 021).

 

ATTENTION

Removal of the fuel-pump unit not in compliance with correct procedure (e.g. prying out with screwdriver)

Leak due to damage to the sealing lip of the flange

  • Pull to remove the fuel-pump unit.

 

  • Slightly pull out fuel-pump unit (2).
  • Disconnect plug (3).
  • Remove fuel-pump unit (2) with sealing ring (4).

 

    • with version of September 2010CST
  • Remove union nut (1) with pin wrench (16 1 021).

 

ATTENTION

Removal of the fuel-pump unit not in compliance with correct procedure (e.g. prying out with screwdriver)

Leak due to damage to the sealing lip of the flange

  • Pull to remove the fuel-pump unit.

 

  • Remove fuel-pump unit (2) with sealing ring (3).

 

8

Removing fuel-pump electronics

  • Remove screws (2).
  • Slightly lift electronics module (1) and disconnect plug (3).
  • Remove electronics module with gasket (4).

 

9

Installing fuel-pump electronics

 

Check

  • Check the electrical contacts of plug (3) and its socket (5).

 

Result

Significant signs of corrosion on the contacts.

 

Measure

  • Replace the fuel-pump electronics or the fuel-pump unit.
  • Remove water or moisture, if present.
  • Check gasket (4) for damage. Replace the gasket if it is swollen or damaged.
  • Lubricate gasket (4) thinly.
Care products
Rubber care product 83 12 0 397 018

 

  • Position gasket (4) on electronics module (1).
  • Connect plug (3).

 

  • Press electronics module (1) with gasket (4) all the way into the pump flange, taking care to keep the module square in its recess in the process.
  • Engage screws (2) and tighten uniformly.

 

10

Removing sucking jet pump unit

  • Remove union nut (1) with pin wrench (16 1 021).

 

ATTENTION

Removal of the fuel-pump unit not in compliance with correct procedure (e.g. prying out with screwdriver)

Leak due to damage to the sealing lip of the flange

  • Pull to remove the fuel-pump unit.

 

  • Slightly pull out sucking jet pump unit (2).
  • Open the retainer (arrow), remove flange (4) with sealing ring (3).

 

  • Remove sucking jet pump (5) complete with delivery hose (6).

 

11

Installing sucking jet pump unit

  • Install sucking jet pump (5) with delivery hose (6), making sure that the routing is correct.

 

  • Check the sealing face of flange (4) for damage, paying particular attention to the sealing lip. Always replace the flange if the sealing face shows signs of damage.
  • Check sealing ring (3) for damage; replace if necessary.
  • Seat sealing ring (3) in the fuel tank and lubricate the ring’s contact face with the fuel-pump unit.

 

Installation tool
Tyre-fitting paste 81 22 0 433 046

 

  • Position the sucking jet pump on flange (4).
  • The locking device (arrow) engages.
  • Carefully introduce pump unit (2) into the fuel tank, making sure that sealing ring (3) is correctly seated (visible round the entire circumference).
  • Install union nut (1) with pin wrench (16 1 021). Make sure that the retaining ring does not turn during this process, and that its lugs (7) remain in position in the corresponding recesses.
Tightening torques
Fuel pump to fuel tank
Union nut 35 Nm

 

12

Installing fuel-pump unit

  • Check the sealing face of fuel-pump unit (2) for dam- age, paying particular attention to the sealing lip. Always replace the flange if the sealing face shows signs of damage.
  • Check sealing ring (4) for damage; replace if necessary.
  • Seat sealing ring (4) in the fuel tank and lubricate the ring’s contact face with the fuel-pump unit.

 

Installation tool
Tyre-fitting paste 81 22 0 433 046

 

  • Connect plug (3).
  • Carefully introduce fuel-pump unit (2) into the fuel tank, making sure that sealing ring (4) is correctly seated (visible round the entire circumference).
  • Install union nut (1) with pin wrench (16 1 021). Make sure that the retaining ring does not turn during this process, and that its lugs (arrows) remain in position in the corresponding recesses.

 

Tightening torques
Fuel pump to fuel tank
Union nut 35 Nm

 

    • with version of September 2010CST
  • Check the sealing face of fuel-pump unit (2) for damage, paying particular attention to the sealing lip. Always replace the flange if the sealing face shows signs of damage.
  • Check sealing ring (3) for damage; replace if necessary. Seat sealing ring (3) in the fuel tank and lubricate the ring’s contact face with the fuel-pump unit.
  • Carefully introduce fuel-pump unit (2) into the fuel tank, making sure that sealing ring (3) is correctly seated (visible round the entire circumference).
  • Install union nut (1) with pin wrench (16 1 021). Make sure that the retaining ring does not turn during this process, and that its lugs (arrows) remain in position in the corresponding recesses.

 

Tightening torques
Fuel pump to fuel tank
Union nut 35 Nm

 

13

Securing fuel tank

  • Push the fuel tank from behind into the rubber mounts on the frame. Make sure that no lines, hoses or Bowden cables are trapped.
  • Lift the fuel tank.

 

Installing intake air pipe

  • Insert intake snorkel (2) and slide in retaining brackets (1) until they engage with a click.
  • Press the detent pin (arrow) completely into the rubber grommet.

 

  • Make sure the throttle-valve cable is seated in the guide of the intake snorkel (arrow) and was not pulled out of the distributor (magnifying glass).

 

  • Work the trim panel into position at the top wheel cover (detail).
  • Install screws (1) on left and right.

 

  • Install screws (6) with washers (7) and rubber washers (8) on the left and right.

 

Tightening torques
Fuel tank with bracket to front frame
M8 x 40 19 Nm

 

  • Check O-rings on quick-release coupling (2) for damage and replace as needed.
  • Lubricate the quick-action couplings to facilitate assembly.

 

Lubricant
Molykote 111 11 00 7 660 832

 

ATTENTION

Application of force to close locked quick-action couplings

Leak due to damaged O-rings

  • Close the quick-action coupling of the fuel line only with the latch open/pressed.

 

  • Open the locks on the female coupling of the pressure line (2) and push connector into the female coupling with light pressure.
  • The female coupling engages with an audible click.
  • Connect connector of electric fuel pump (3) and fuel level sensor (4).

 

  • Check O-rings on quick-release coupling (5) for damage and replace as needed.
  • Lubricate the quick-action couplings to facilitate assembly.

 

Lubricant
Molykote 111 11 00 7 660 832

 

ATTENTION

Application of force to close locked quick-action couplings

Leak due to damaged O-rings

  • Close the quick-action coupling of the fuel line only with the latch open/pressed.

 

  • Open the locks on the female coupling of the pressure line (5) and push connector into the female coupling with light pressure.
  • The female coupling engages with an audible click.

 

14

Installing side panels

  • Hold side panels (3) in position. Install long screws (1).
  • Install short screws (2).

 

15

Installing right side cover

  • Hold side cover (2) in position and push the snap-fit studs into the holders (arrows).
  • Install screw (1).

 

16

Installing left side cover

  • Hold side cover (1) in position and push the snap-fit studs into the holders (arrows).

 

17

Connecting BMW Motorrad diagnostic system to vehicle

 

NOTICE                                                           

See the information about the BMW Motorrad diagnostic system for all further instructions.

 

 

Workshop equipment

Order No.: 81 74 0 421 092
BMW Motorrad battery charger (version for Europe without GB)

 

Order No.: 81 74 0 421 094
BMW Motorrad battery charger (GB/AUS/NZL version)

 

Order No.: 81 74 0 421 097
BMW Motorrad battery charger (Japan version)

 

Order No.: 81 74 0 421 098
BMW Motorrad battery charger (USA/CAN version)

 

  • Begin by switching on the BMW Motorrad diagnostic system and wait for it to power up.
  • The “Start Diagnosis” screen appears.
  • From this point on, follow the instructions issued by the BMW Motorrad diagnostic system.

 

18

Reading fault memory with BMW Motorrad diagnostic system and resetting adaptation values

 

NOTICE

When working with the BMW Motorrad diagnostic system, always follow the instructions it issues.

  • Read out the fault memory.
  • Perform all requisite repair work.
  • Reset the adaptation values.
  • Adaptation group in ISTA process “Read/reset adaptation values”:
    • Mixture preparation

 

19

Disconnecting BMW Motorrad diagnostic system from motorcycle

  • Terminate the diagnosis session correctly and switch off the ignition.
  • Disconnect KOMET from the motorcycle and screw the cap onto the diagnosis plug.
  • Disconnect the BMW Motorrad battery charger from the motorcycle.

 

20

Installing front and rear seats

  • Introduce front seat (2) into the front catch.
  • Firmly press down on front seat (2) at the rear.
  • The seat engages with an audible click.

 

  • Hold rear seat (1) in position and press it down firmly at the front.
  • The seat engages with an audible click.

 

21

Filling fuel tank

 

WARNING

Fuel is highly flammable and hazardous to health

Risk of fire, risk of damage to health

  • Comply with the safety regulations.

 

  • Fill the fuel tank with fuel.

 

NOTICE

The sucking jet pump operates only when the electric fuel pump is delivering fuel. This means that the left pocket of the tank must contain fuel. Consequently, be sure to pour fuel into the left pocket when filling the fuel tank, or pour in at least the minimum required quantity (fuel tank empty beforehand).

Technical data
Minimum quantity, fuel tank empty 8 l

 

22

Final check of work performed

  • Check the following:
    • The work as performed achieved the intended purpose.
    • All reservoirs and containers have been filled and all fluids and lubricants are at their correct levels.
    • All threaded fasteners released beforehand have been correctly retightened.
    • The fuel system is free of leaks.
    • The lights and signalling equipment are fully operational and the vehicle is roadworthy.
    • The brake pads of the front and rear brakes are bedded against the brake discs.

 

Function test, engine start suppression

NOTICE

Engine start is not enabled if you pull the clutch with a gear engaged before switching on the ignition.

    • with anti-theft alarm (DWA)OE (0603)
  • Deactivate the anti-theft alarm system.

 

Check

  • Set kill switch to centred position.
  • Select neutral.
  • Switch on the ignition.
  • Neutral indicator light “N” lights up. Select a gear.
  • Neutral indicator light “N” goes out.
  • Press the starter button.
  • Starter does not operate.
  • Extend the side stand.
  • Pull the clutch lever.
  • Press the starter button.
  • Starter does not operate.
  • Retract the side stand.
  • Press the starter button without releasing the clutch lever. Starter operates.

 

Result

Not all test steps completed successfully.

 

Measure

  • Check functional check of engine start suppression and functional check of emergency and safety stop of the engine with BMW Motorrad diagnosis system.

 


 


36 Affected Products

Vehicles

MAKE MODEL YEAR
BMW HP4 2013-2014
BMW K 1300 S 2011-2014
BMW K 1600 GT 2011-2014
BMW K 1600 GTL 2011-2014
BMW R 1200 GS 2011-2014
BMW R 1200 GS ADVENTURE 2011-2014
BMW R 1200 R 2011-2014
BMW R 1200 RT 2011-2014
BMW R NINE T 2014
BMW S 1000 R 2014
BMW S 1000 RR 2014
BMW S1000 RR 2011-2013

 


11 Associated Documents

ISSUED Owner Notification Letter(Part 577)

RCONL-21V060-7864.pdf 656.56KB

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Recall Quarterly Report #2, 2021-2

RCLQRT-21V060-7114.PDF 211.227KB

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Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – Media Statement re Recall 21V-060 Fuel Pump 2011-2014 Model Years

RCMN-21V060-9165.pdf 85.243KB

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Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – Media Release re Recall 21V-060 Fuel Pump 2011-2014 Model Years R1200 / K1200/1300/1600, S1000RR, and HP4 models

RCMN-21V060-2999.pdf 16.375KB

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Remedy Instructions and TSB – SIB 16 01 21 RECALL 21V-060 FUEL PUMP REPLACEMENT

RCRIT-21V060-3622.pdf 974.076KB

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Recall Acknowledgement

RCAK-21V060-9368.pdf 645.297KB

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Recall 573 Report

RCLRPT-21V060-5415.PDF 218.927KB

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Defect Notice 573 Report

RCLRPT-21V060-8018.PDF 217.596KB

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Recall Quarterly Report #1, 2021-1

RCLQRT-21V060-7648.PDF 211.126KB

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Recall Quarterly Report #3, 2021-3

RCLQRT-21V060-3190.PDF 211.311KB

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Recall Quarterly Report #4, 2021-4

RCLQRT-21V060-0494.PDF 211.422KB

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Latest Recalls Documents

https://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/acms/cs/documentList.xhtml?docId=21V060&docType=RCL

 


 

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