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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-29-2019, 03:59 AM Thread Starter
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I purchase my BMW G310R in JUNE 2018, and until today ( 29/08/2019 ) ( more than a years ) my millage is just 7,500km.
I purchase two bottle of BMW Motorrad Advantec Engine Oil 15W-50 ( MYR 75.02 per bottle ) and a Oil Filter ( MYR 75.02 ) ( PN: 11428562889 ) for my BMW G310R,
already changed it myself ...
but I am wondering, during the 10,000km, the service-due indicator will be appear and how to disabled it ? .
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-29-2019, 06:45 AM
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Good for you to do this service yourself.

As for the service indicator reset, I am far from an expert, but my understanding is that you need to be able to communicate with the bike's 'brain', for which as far as I know there are only two solutions available to us consumers: the Motoscan app + OBD reader (together around $100), and the GS911 code reader (more $). I bought the Motoscan app and it has worked flawlessly, including for resetting the 'service due' message.
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I have a better idea....just ignore it.
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if u guys ignore the service-due indicator too ? . ....
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post #5 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-29-2019, 11:16 PM Thread Starter
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thanks for your information :
so I need
01) Motoscan app + OBD reader
02) GS911 code reader
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thanks for your information :
so I need
01) Motoscan app + OBD reader
02) GS911 code reader
1 or 2, not both
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In an earlier thread on this someone mentioned that changing the date display, I think to some point in the future, fooled the system and cancelled the indicator. After all, who really needs a motorcycle to tell them what day it is?
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