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#1: ST1100 ABS Fault and Warning Lights

Posted on 2005-03-13 12:49:26 by John Heath

I've been having a bit of unwanted fun with the ABS / TCS on the Pan
recently - including the engine cutting all power whilst overtaking. The
warning lights have been flashing intermittently - especially after going
over bumps. I found a diagnosis procedure which involves holding down the
warning light button for 5 seconds, and counting the number of flashes. 6
indicates the rear wheel sensor is faulty.

I thought that it was most likely to be muck from all of the winter riding.
I checked the cabling and the connector, cleaned the pulse ring and the
sensor itself. re-assembled, cleared the error code from the system, and
took it for a ride. Now the ABS / CBS lights do not turn off at all
(normally they switch off after the first few metres of riding) and the
system produces no errors to indicate what is wrong.

Has anyone got any experience of this ? If it is likely to be the sensor,
I'll just buy one and fit it. Im always reluctant to take the bike to a
service centre. They charge the earth and don't do nearly as good a job,
but if all else fails ......

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#2: Re: ST1100 ABS Fault and Warning Lights

Posted on 2005-03-13 12:54:13 by Bear

In article &lt;423428c2$0$40695$<a href="mailto:ed2e19e4&#64;ptn-nntp-reader04.plus.net" target="_blank">ed2e19e4&#64;ptn-nntp-reader04.plus.net</a>&gt;, John
Heath says...

&gt; including the engine cutting all power whilst overtaking.

Strewth. I bet that kept you regular.
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Bear

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#3: Re: ST1100 ABS Fault and Warning Lights

Posted on 2005-03-13 13:00:23 by John Heath

&gt; Strewth. I bet that kept you regular.


I dont know, I was busy making a close inspection of the windshield when it
happened!

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#4: Re: ST1100 ABS Fault and Warning Lights

Posted on 2005-03-13 13:11:49 by Bear

In article &lt;42342b53$0$39343$<a href="mailto:ed2e19e4&#64;ptn-nntp-reader04.plus.net" target="_blank">ed2e19e4&#64;ptn-nntp-reader04.plus.net</a>&gt;, John
Heath says...
&gt;
&gt; &gt; Strewth. I bet that kept you regular.
&gt;
&gt; I dont know, I was busy making a close inspection of the windshield when it
&gt; happened!

&quot;Mmmmmmmmm ... analogue clocks ... they're yummy ...
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm&quot;
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#5: Re: ST1100 ABS Fault and Warning Lights

Posted on 2005-03-13 14:12:32 by unknown

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#6: Re: ST1100 ABS Fault and Warning Lights

Posted on 2005-03-13 16:57:05 by Pip Luscher

On Sun, 13 Mar 2005 13:12:32 +0000, &quot;Simon Atkinson&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:me9&#64;privacy.net" target="_blank">me9&#64;privacy.net</a>&gt;
wrote:

&gt;If there is no fault now being recorded, and the ABS lights stay on all
&gt;the time, either the ECU is buggered (not unknown)

Ah, the legendary Honda reliability!

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-Pip

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#7: Re: ST1100 ABS Fault and Warning Lights

Posted on 2005-03-13 19:49:35 by unknown

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#8: Re: ST1100 ABS Fault and Warning Lights

Posted on 2005-03-13 20:02:22 by Pip Luscher

On Sun, 13 Mar 2005 18:49:35 +0000, &quot;Simon Atkinson&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:me9&#64;privacy.net" target="_blank">me9&#64;privacy.net</a>&gt;
wrote:

&gt;Pip Luscher wrote:
&gt;
&gt;&gt; On Sun, 13 Mar 2005 13:12:32 +0000, &quot;Simon Atkinson&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:me9&#64;privacy.net" target="_blank">me9&#64;privacy.net</a>&gt;
&gt;&gt; wrote:
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; &gt; If there is no fault now being recorded, and the ABS lights stay on
&gt;&gt; &gt; all the time, either the ECU is buggered (not unknown)
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; Ah, the legendary Honda reliability!
&gt;
&gt;Can you suggest a vehicle that has sold over 250,000 during the course
&gt;of nearly 15 years that has never ever had one break down?

Damn, it was only a mouldy old bit of bait on the hook, too!

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#9: Re: ST1100 ABS Fault and Warning Lights

Posted on 2005-03-13 20:08:32 by John Heath

&quot;Simon Atkinson&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:me9&#64;privacy.net" target="_blank">me9&#64;privacy.net</a>&gt; wrote in message
news:<a href="mailto:xn0dzpdw04pqj6000&#64;news.individual.net..." target="_blank">xn0dzpdw04pqj6000&#64;news.individual.net...</a>
&gt; John Heath wrote:

&gt; If there is no fault now being recorded, and the ABS lights stay on all
&gt; the time, either the ECU is buggered (not unknown) or both wheel
&gt; sensors have failed and aren't picking up the movement of the bike.
&gt;
&gt; Have you checked the air gaps for the sensors? Could be that the air
&gt; gap is too large and the sensor is not picking up the movement of the
&gt; wheel.

I checked the air gaps they are fine. My thoughts at the moment are that it
might be the sensor or wiring to the sensor in the rear wheel. Previously
it had been recording a fault. After cleaning it up and checking the air gap
it is doing nothing. So disturbing it might have caused it to fail
completely. But if it has failed completely, would I be getting the
symptoms that I am getting, I wonder. I'd have thought it should have
recorded a sensor fault.

Id hate to think how much the ecu would cost to replace. At present when I
do the analysis, only one of the ABS lights behind the red panel illuminates
(along withe the single TCS light). previously all three red lights
illuminated. (the single TCS and the double ABS). I'm guessing that this is
because the system hasn't recorded a fault. But it could be that the ecu is
buggered. I hope not.

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#10: Re: ST1100 ABS Fault and Warning Lights

Posted on 2005-03-13 20:20:04 by Stritchy

On Sun, 13 Mar 2005 11:49:26 -0000, &quot;John Heath&quot;
&lt;john@#getridofthis#jfheath.co.uk&gt; wrote:

&gt;I've been having a bit of unwanted fun with the ABS / TCS on the Pan
&gt;recently - including the engine cutting all power whilst overtaking. The
&gt;warning lights have been flashing intermittently - especially after going
&gt;over bumps. I found a diagnosis procedure which involves holding down the
&gt;warning light button for 5 seconds, and counting the number of flashes. 6
&gt;indicates the rear wheel sensor is faulty.

Have you checked the battery connections?

A mate had vaguely similar problems with his and it turned out the
positive was loose on the battery terminal.

Just a thought like.
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Stritchy
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#11: Re: ST1100 ABS Fault and Warning Lights

Posted on 2005-03-13 20:41:46 by unknown

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#12: Re: ST1100 ABS Fault and Warning Lights

Posted on 2005-03-13 20:43:06 by unknown

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