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View Poll Results: I believe the self canceling turn signals work like this:
Cancels depending on speed 36 3.67%
Cancels depending on some arbitrary time value 69 7.03%
Cancels as a mix of speed & time or RPM & time with a computer aided resultant value 157 16.00%
Cancels as a an exact function of time & while moving 134 13.66%
Cancels as a an exact function of time & while moving or not 42 4.28%
Will cancel on an exact time value of 15 seconds while moving 40 4.08%
Will cancel on an exact time value of 15 seconds while moving yet stays on if stopped 138 14.07%
Let me check ? I have no idea 154 15.70%
I thought I told you to knock it off with these polls & leave us alone 62 6.32%
They work very poorly 44 4.49%
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Re: Self canceling turn signals..So how DO they work?

I was hopeful that there was an answer somewhere on this subject matter. Then again if one cannot get the answer from one's local service tech then perhaps it is a really closely guarded secret.
IS THERE AN ANSWER? I keep trying to figure out my '07 R1200RT on this matter and I can't quite pin it down.......
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I was hopeful that there was an answer somewhere on this subject matter. Then again if one cannot get the answer from one's local service tech then perhaps it is a really closely guarded secret.
IS THERE AN ANSWER? I keep trying to figure out my '07 R1200RT on this matter and I can't quite pin it down.......
I already posted the explanation on how they work. See above.
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K1200S - Seat Height

I am buying a K1200S to replace my K1200RS. I am vertically challenged (5'8" - 30" inseem). Besides getting the lower seat option, does anybody have any idea/s on how I can lower the bike? Your comments are well appreciated.
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Mine never seem to work. And when they do it's never at the same time or distance.I purchased a yamaha xs1100 back when they came out in 1978.It was a new thing way back then and they worked very well.BMW wiring has allways been a sore spot with me.It would be nice if they hired a couple of Japs to over see and design there electrical systems.

My 1982 Suzuki GS850N had it figured out as well. I don't know why BMW doesn't listen to its customers on this issue, a classic example of european arrogance.
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My 1982 Suzuki GS850N had it figured out as well. I don't know why BMW doesn't listen to its customers on this issue, a classic example of european arrogance.
The signal cancelling on my '86 K100RT also works perfectly as stated in the manual. Not sure what's "arrogant" about that!
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you left off a very important factor

distance

the ECU calulates distance & speed ALL the Time
[the 3 are inseparable]

speed & time = distance
time & distance = speed
etc

one could give the priority to time
yet being balked in a turn lane or
in the middle of the actual intersection
would skew that more than distance would

out of all three factors
distance is more constant
you have to go the distance no matter how long
it takes or at what speed
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What turn signals?
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Distance traveled, computed by the odometer input.
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Modern turn signals are not as reliable as using your hand & arm to indicate where you are going...
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The best arm to use of course is the right one.
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Re: Self canceling turn signals..So how DO they work?

Try this test - you can try it if you care. But be careful. Can do test while off bike or on center stand ONLY. Start bike, signal one side - Hold your breath - once you wake up afterwards your signal is off.
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300 votes & 2 years & STILL no conceusus on how these friggin things work!
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The algorithm obviously uses time, distance and under some speed-related circumstances a combination thereof. Personally, the subject isn't sufficiently interesting to try to reconstruct it experimentally.

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I'm pretty sure mine are programmed to turn off just before the actual exit ramp, so that cars behind me think I've changed my mind.
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There is a manual?
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The algorithm obviously uses time, distance and under some speed-related circumstances a combination thereof. Personally, the subject isn't sufficiently interesting to try to reconstruct it experimentally.
It's amazing how long this thread has gone on, consididering that the answer is staring us in the face in most bike's owners manuals (page 57 in my GT manual, for instance)!

Above 50km/h, they are switched off after 10 seconds. Below that speed they are switched off after 200 meters. How hard is that?!
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Above 50km/h, they are switched off after 10 seconds. Below that speed they are switched off after 200 meters. How hard is that?!


I can't believe how gullible you are; they're not going to really tell us how they work - it's just like velcro do you really believe it was invented on this planet?
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I can't believe how gullible you are; they're not going to really tell us how they work - it's just like velcro do you really believe it was invented on this planet?
I dunno... If BMW says that's how it works, then I'm inclined to believe them. Especially since that is INDEED how they apperar to work! Besides, that is exactly what was written in my old '86 K100RT's manual , and that was how they actually worked on that bike too. Amazing how many people don't read the manual, then spend forever puzzling about how their turn signals cancel.
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Re: Self canceling turn signals..So how DO they work?

OK, I think that I have the answer on how self canceling turn signals work...

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Now we're getting somewhere...
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Extra credit for anyone who knows how to turn on the hazard falsher, and then turn them off again
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Re: Self canceling turn signals..So how DO they work?

At least put the right answer as a choice in the polls.

The book and my checking says they cancel after 1/4 mile, no matter what speed, no matter what time. But I haved an older (92) K 100RS.
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Re: Self canceling turn signals..So how DO they work?

A better question is, do they really work or just kinda work? This innocent question is important!

To me, the bottom line on the turn signal on a motorcycle, concerns considering a couple of realities. 1) If the turn signal misleads a motorist, it could lead to them moving into your path and you could get injured. 2) Self cancelling turn signals don't always cancel when you want them to, unfortunately, and 3) If a car doesn't heed the information transmitted from the signal, the bike rider is usually the one who is in grave danger. That's really all the analysis I need.

Now, if the turn signal turns off automatically, and reliably, that is nice, but I am a defensive driver by nature so I take a different tact:

1) I presume that if I use a turn signal, that there is high probability that it doesn't work or the cage driver just doesn't see it anyway.
2) Because of 1) above, I make every effort to drive so that the turn signal is not required to pull off the maneuver, even though I use it anyway. That means stay clear of traffice so that the issue is avoided if you can, and stuff like that. Don't stay around a pack of cars unless you have to. That's what the 130 HP is for! High horsepower can be more safe, not less safe, if used correctly. This isn't perfect, but its the best I can do.
3) When I make a turn, as soon as conditions afford me a moment I push the off-button no matter what. Since it is not always reliable, I have to look down anyway, which ruins the benefit anyway, so wtf. If the thing breaks and does not cancel, and because of this it causes you to have a wreck and you get killed, who's fault is that? That's right, its YOURS! Save your life and push the GD button.

Today I turned right into a supermarket parking lot, then almost immediately took a left 90 turn, then about a 120 Degree right turn to park by a shopping basket chute. The signal was still clicking when I came to a stop after making the three turns. The method they used does not work except under a prescribed set of conditions, which will not occur every time. Therefore, the feature is conceptually 100% wrong, by which I mean that it will not work right at least some of the time.

Personally, I would rather just see the thing hold for about 4 seconds once you push the button and that's it. Is that 100% reliable? Probably not.

Here's the thing: Reliability of designs drives your engineering integrity. Features that work 100% of the time improve your integrity and build on your engineering reputation. Features that work less than 100% of the time, create mind fog and undermine your integrity. Denial that a feature doesn't work 100% of the time only adds more loss of integrity to what is already an initial loss of integrity. That is because there are behaviors potentially in play: 1) Designing it with problems, and 2) Knowing that you designed it with problems. Now, what I am saying is, if the engineer puts in a feature, that he knows will not work 100% of the time, he is basically sanctioning a failure, and he is demonstrating that he doesn't know how to solve the problem. He is also demonstrating that he doesn't care if he creates a problem, its now YOUR problem. FAILURE! Ha! What I am saying is, if you design something, reduce it to its proper elements, so that it is designed right, or do not introduce mind fog by going ahead with it anyway.

Now, let's say you then design a new bike, and the customer asks who is the engineer who designed this bike, and after he hear's your name, he thinks "this is that guy who thinks things that do not work are OK and they are now my problem and not his". Loss of sale! Ta Dam! Bankrupt!

Example - this antenae ring problem - BMW should have dismantled it and taken the feature off the bike. The design failed. Get your integrity back by at least acknowledging that you know about the problem and that it is your goal to not have any problems on your bikes. Same for these fuel-line quick-disconnects.

Here is a bottom line, a really good design of something does not need another device tacked on top of it to make sure it works right. This turn signal cancelling is an example of an over-design of something, and it is mind-fog and a failure. How many of those are on these bikes that you can think of:

1) The plastic gas tank now has to have a cover over it to provide a paint platform.
2) The fuel pump and fuel filter have to go inside the gas tank? Puh-lease.
3) The oil filter has to be inside the fuel sump? WTF?
4) 27 screws to take the fairing off for an air filter change? WTF? This problem was designed more properly nearly 100 years ago on the car. (Open the hood)

When something is really designed right, it starts to look simpler. Its really not simpler, though, its really just better. It only looks simpler because it was actually designed right in the first place. Once something is really designed right, it starts to look obvious and it becomes part of the system that nobody is thinking about anymore, just a no-brainer now! When you go get on your bike, you're not thinking about the things on it that work, you're thinking about the things on it that ddon't work. Deep back in your mind, you know something is not designed right, that something is conceptually wrong. Think about it.
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2) Self cancelling turn signals don't always cancel when you want them to, unfortunately,

Right. They cancel by themself and do not read your mind.
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and 3) If a car doesn't heed the information transmitted from the signal, the bike rider is usually the one who is in grave danger.

Right. This is a big design failure of humans. They do not seem to work properly and reliably.

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1) I presume that if I use a turn signal, that there is high probability that it doesn't work or the cage driver just doesn't see it anyway.

Maybe from a strict logical point of view (a or b is true if a is true or b is true). But from a semantic point of view I guess there is the presumption that turn signals have a high probabilityof failure. This is something I do not agree to. In most of the cases they seem to work and you as the driver get an indication in case they fail.

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3) When I make a turn, as soon as conditions afford me a moment I push the off-button no matter what. Since it is not always reliable, I have to look down anyway, which ruins the benefit anyway, so wtf. If the thing breaks and does not cancel,

Well, it would help to understand what the circumstances are the system is designed for and works in properly. That gives you 90 percent of times a worry free live and 10 percent of situations where you need to take care of it. And it seems that these situations can be identified easily like

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Today I turned right into a supermarket parking lot, then almost immediately took a left 90 turn, then about a 120 Degree right turn to park by a shopping basket chute. The signal was still clicking when I came to a stop after making the three turns.
The system simply does not look at your turns. It looks for distance (300 meters in Europe because direction signs are located 300 before the crossing). I is as simple as that.
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The method they used does not work except under a prescribed set of conditions, which will not occur every time. Therefore, the feature is conceptually 100% wrong, by which I mean that it will not work right at least some of the time.
That's an interesting concept of "100 % wrong". In this case almost all technical systems (cars, air planes, trains, bridges, toasters, ipods...) are conceptually 100 % wrong because all of them do not work right at least some of the time. The worst example I can give is humans. They fail in almost all circumstances. We should simplify their design.

Although I agree that designing technical functionality is difficult and sometimes does not meet expectations of users and confuse them and that some things are not really required to make life easier, I would not say that the self cancelling turn signals belong to it. I know how they work, I have an indicator light telling me whether they are on or off and I can easily identify the situations where I have to take care of them and where not. So I forgott about them. Looks like a good design according to your definition.

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I just hope to God that I ll never turn left!
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YES Ray is correct >
Hmmm, doesn't appear so - shall we take a vote?
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It cancels as a result of time & or distance traveled
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Answer D
None of the selections is correct.
It cancels as a result of time & or distance traveled
More specifically, Time OR Distance (depending on the speed you are going).

Below 50km/h (30MPH) it uses distance (which is wht you can sit forever at an intersection witih your signlas on and they won't cancel.

Above that speed, it uses time (which is why if you go twice as fast, the signals stay on for twice the distance... but the same actual time).
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I thought the bike bent the whole space-time continuum and managed to make the turn signals turn off before you finished your maneuver, regardless of what you were planning on doing.
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More specifically, Time OR Distance (depending on the speed you are going).

Below 50km/h (30MPH) it uses distance (which is wht you can sit forever at an intersection witih your signlas on and they won't cancel.

Above that speed, it uses time (which is why if you go twice as fast, the signals stay on for twice the distance... but the same actual time).
Is there any technical documentaion to validate that? - Cheers
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Is there any technical documentaion to validate that? - Cheers
Well, there's the owners manual for the old K100 series that states this quite explicitly, and since my K1200GT works the same way, I'd have to say that the principle is the same too.

The K1200GT manual states this in less explicit but essentially similar terms....

"The turn indicators are cancelled automatically after you have ridden for approximately 10 seconds, or covered a distance of approximately 200 meters."

What the GT manual has left out, is that the decision to cancel after 10 seconds, or 200 meters is determined by speed.

- Below 50km/h they cancel after 200 meters, so the signals don't time out when you are sitting at an intersection waiting to turn.

- Above 50km/h they cancel after 10 seconds, because at highway speeds a mere 200 meter warning before they cancel would be too short.
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What the GT manual has left out, is that the decision to cancel after 10 seconds, or 200 meters is determined by speed.

Well, I guess there is no decision made by the system. It simply waits 10 seconds and then check whether 200 m have been driven or not. But I am still not convinced.

At normal Highway speed I set the turn signal always at the yellow direction sign which in Germany is always placed 300 meters ahead of the junction. The turn signal cancels always right after I have turned (or passed the junction). Regardless whether I had to wait or not. Even when I keep speed at 120 km/h, which brings me to the junction in less than 10 seconds.

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Just bought a new K1300GT. There is nothing in the owners manual about self cancelling indicators. I have ridden 60 km on the bike and only once did the indicators self cancel. The rest of the time I cancelled manually. I'll have to try the time and distance thingy.
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Just bought a new K1300GT. There is nothing in the owners manual about self cancelling indicators. I have ridden 60 km on the bike and only once did the indicators self cancel. The rest of the time I cancelled manually. I'll have to try the time and distance thingy.
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Of course we know. The algorithm is (as stated way earlier in this thread) time (only) related below about 50 km/h and distance (only) related above 50 km/H. This is not only fairly easy to verify, but BMW used to clearly state this in the owners manuals of earlier bikes like the K100.
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Of course we know. The algorithm is (as stated way earlier in this thread) time (only) related below about 50 km/h and distance (only) related above 50 km/H. This is not only fairly easy to verify, but BMW used to clearly state this in the owners manuals of earlier bikes like the K100.

I think the algorithm is even simpler than this. They cancel whenever BOTH the following conditions are satisfied: 1) ~10 secs have elapsed; AND 2) ~150 meters have been travelled. (BMW may have fine-tuned the two parameters a bit over the years, so it may not be consistent on all bikes.)

Note that this has the effect of making distance the governing constraint below a certain speed and time the governing constraint above it. 50 km/h just happens to be the crossover point - at 50 km/h you travel about 150 m in 10 sec.

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Press both left and right buttons at the same time, and hit the cancel button to cancel.
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Press both left and right buttons at the same time, and hit the cancel button to cancel.

Bob. that would be on "old" switchgear, I never really looked at the "new" switchgear. is there a button dedicated to hazards?
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Bob. that would be on "old" switchgear, I never really looked at the "new" switchgear. is there a button dedicated to hazards?
Good point. Somewhere in the back of my mind I recall seeing a button on a K1300GT that had the warning triangle on it for 4-way activation. But whatever, it is guaranteed to be there somewhere.... required by German (and maybe US) law.
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Good point. Somewhere in the back of my mind I recall seeing a button on a K1300GT that had the warning triangle on it for 4-way activation. But whatever, it is guaranteed to be there somewhere.... required by German (and maybe US) law.

Yes there is a dedicated button. There is no German law which asks for one but BMW seems to deem it necessary.

See the picture below. The red button is the one on a K13R.

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I concur. That should have been one of the choices.

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On the 97-2000 KRS at least, the glowing red button on the left switch gear is the Emergency flasher, and it glows red all the time. My manual, if you can call it one, has not a word about self canceling signals. But, the bike has em and they do work different from time to time. My K75 had noise with them to get your attention.
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This is the thread that goes on and on.... and one which apparently, few apparently read the early answers.

Turn signals do not simply cancel after 200 meters (or any other fixed distance). The old K100 manuals explained it well, as has been beaten to death in earlier posts on this thread.

Above 50 km/k (30MPH) they cancel after a specific time (NOT distance related!). Below 50 km/h they cancel after a specific distance.

It's just that simple!
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Mine cancel when I want them too. Push on, Push off. Simple. I would like to see them incorporate a lean sensor to the computer. My Wideglide does just that. With all the computerized functions on the BMW's, I don't know why the turn signal is not better than it is. Apples to Harleys
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Can't speak for all the BMW bikes, but the scary thing ('07 R1200RT) is that you cannot cycle the turn signal until it finishes its previous cycle. Bad design. You should be able to keep banging the switch to keep the signal alive.

I hate self canceling signals.
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I think Self Canceling says it all. You cancel them yourself. No problem.
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This is the thread that goes on and on.... and one which apparently, few apparently read the early answers.

Turn signals do not simply cancel after 200 meters (or any other fixed distance). The old K100 manuals explained it well, as has been beaten to death in earlier posts on this thread.

Above 50 km/k (30MPH) they cancel after a specific time (NOT distance related!). Below 50 km/h they cancel after a specific distance.

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I like Wideglides answer! Direct and to the point.
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Does my bike even have them?? I dont know if it does or not. I think my R1100S had them. Can anyone tell me if the K1200R is suppose to have them?? If so, how and when they work!?
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I found it! I found the true answer as to how the blinkers self cancel! it's Colloidal Dispersion! Glad I found the correct answer.
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