Author Topic: ABS/TCS Problem Code Determination ( ST1100 ) *  (Read 7149 times)

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ABS/TCS Problem Code Determination ( ST1100 ) *
« on: December 20, 2007, 05:09:37 PM »
Notes:

o The ABS indicator light indicates the problem code by the number of times it blinks.

o The problem code is not cleared when the ignition switch is turned OFF during output of the problem code. However, output cannot be restarted by turning the ignition switch ON. Restart the output by following the problem code retrieval procedure.

o After retrieving the problem code, write it down. Clear the problem code after problem resolution.

Retrieval Procedure: (Indicator Light 1 is on the left, 2 is on the right when viewed from the riding position)

1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

2. Turn the ignition switch ON while pressing the ABS/ TCS indicator light switch. The ABS indicator lights 1 and 2 should come ON.

3. Hold the ABS/TCS indicator light switch pressed (for approximately 5 seconds). The ABS indicator lights 1 and 2 should go OFF.

4. Release the ABS/TCS indicator light switch immediately (within 1 second) after the ABS indicator lights go OFF. Output of the problem code starts and the ABS indicator light 1 blinks. (ABS indicator light 2 remains OFF). Count the number of blinks and refer to the list below:

Blinks Fault
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1 Faulty front modulator crank angle sensor system
2 Faulty rear modulator crank angle sensor system
3 Faulty front modulator control motor system
4 Faulty rear modulator control motor system
5 Faulty front wheel speed sensor system
6 Faulty rear wheel speed sensor system
7 Faulty power circuit
8 Faulty ABS control unit (ECU)

Code Clearing Procedure:
Press the ABS/TCS indicator light switch during output of the problem code (while the ABS indicator light 1 is blinking). The Problem code is cleared and the ABS indicator lights 1 and 2 come ON and stay ON.
« Last Edit: December 09, 2012, 05:14:50 PM by Tom Melnik »