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Offline Matt

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Re: 2017 won't start
« Reply #30 on: July 20, 2019, 10:16:45 AM »
I have had this issue for a while now (about 10k km) and the dealership has tried multiple fixes, heat shield, software update and the latest a new "updated" fuel pump. They were able to replicate the issue during my last visit and said the fuel pressure was extremely high and preventing the bike from starting.

Below are the part numbers for the new fuel pump. This seems to have fixed the issue for me, hopefully it is a permanent fix this time.


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Re: 2017 won't start
« Reply #31 on: July 21, 2019, 01:47:26 AM »
Thanks for the info.

Yesterday, I got the following from a support person at Melbourne BMW:

There has been a software update for the 2017 S1000r fuelling system and we can perform that.  It would be the best way to start with as the new software can we are able to see the information presented on the issue.  Iv had a case a few weeks ago of where we performed the software update on the system and the issue has not presented itself again.

So, I'll take the bike in to see how it goes.  Will also mention that the part numbers above fixed the issue - so may be hardware not software.

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Re: 2017 won't start
« Reply #32 on: August 15, 2019, 04:18:48 AM »
*Originally Posted by logularjason [+]
Thanks for the info.

Yesterday, I got the following from a support person at Melbourne BMW:

So, I'll take the bike in to see how it goes.  Will also mention that the part numbers above fixed the issue - so may be hardware not software.

Hi guys, have a 2017 S1000RR and just experienced this same issue.  My dealer (in Wollongong) is unaware of it so am trying to find someone in the know who can help.  Do you have a contact for one of the BMW service staff that I could talk to?
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Re: 2017 won't start
« Reply #33 on: August 19, 2019, 04:51:43 PM »
Yep, Sebastian is the guy on the front desk for the bike service department at Southbank motorrad in Melbourne. He is aware of the issue because I've visited him multiple times lately as my bike continues to let me down intermittently when it's warm. He has raised a Puma matter and we think course will be replacement of the pump. Last time, they updated the software but it didn't stop the issue.

Aside: I took it in last week and they replaced rear brake risk and did all fluids. It cost me $1200 and I was stunned. I feel like I almost paid for the pump already...

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Re: 2017 won't start
« Reply #34 on: August 19, 2019, 11:21:27 PM »
Thanks mate.
Have been stung similarly on a K1200S service.  Never went back to that dealer for servicing!

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Re: 2017 won't start
« Reply #35 on: August 20, 2019, 01:01:41 AM »
whilst BMW brake discs are notoriously expensive, that bill is just gob-smacking!  :005:

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Re: 2017 won't start
« Reply #36 on: August 20, 2019, 01:44:45 AM »
Regarding the rear rotor, next time try this one for $156.

https://www.ridersdiscount.com/galfer-wave-rotor-rear-stainless-steel-for-bmw-s1000rr-09-10-213354

I installed on my 2015 4000 miles ago with no issues.  I am not a big user of the rear brake so surprised it needed replacing -- but the rear brake is applied when the front is applied (linked braking), and I guessing that is what caused the wear.
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