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Re: ABS pump motor

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It's a K1300S so will have the rebuild able motors. Module Masters will rebuild and test your unit. I think the price is in the $ 250 range.

Use the search function at the top of the page for lots of threads on removal and repair.

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It's a K1300S so will have the rebuild able motors. Module Masters will rebuild and test your unit. I think the price is in the $ 250 range.

Use the search function at the top of the page for lots of threads on removal and repair.

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A link to a video for a different model but you will get an idea of scope of work

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6m2H-nC0CqE

You should buy a repair manual if you are going to do this job. Torques and notes. Parts for these bikes are not cheap so you don't want to be breaking stuff.

Good luck with your repair

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Re: ABS pump motor

I saw the Module Masters thing but there's no link for location/removal. I've had all the body work off before, can someone tell me where it is?
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Re: ABS pump motor

Hi Mel. Welcome to the site. You'll need to purchase the service CD and that will provide a lot of information about removing the unit. It is a lot of work becuase they have the module really wedged in there. You may want to consider having your local BMW mechanic remove it and send it to Module Masters for repair. Good luck and let us know how it turns out.
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Re: ABS pump motor

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I saw the Module Masters thing but there's no link for location/removal. I've had all the body work off before, can someone tell me where it is?

If you need to ask where it is then you probably don't have the knowledge, skills and experience to remove and replace it......

Sorry, but I suggest you take it someone who knows what they're doing since this is a "mission critical" part of the bike.

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What happened on the rebuild MM did for you, was it 100%?
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I'm a qualified M/C Technician, just need to know where bit is.
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Re: ABS pump motor

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I'm a qualified M/C Technician, just need to know where bit is.
Here ya go, but i'd have to agree with the prior posts, if you can't find it you sure as heck shouldn't try to work on it.
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You're a qualified Mc technician but can't find the abs modulator? Really? Hope y6never work on my bike.
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No, I just haven't gone and looked for it yet. Working on other bikes right now.
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Re: ABS pump motor

Well, if you end up doing the conversion you'll find that it is pretty straight forward. As Nick in the linked thread above, in addition to not having abs the brakes won't be linked front to back. To me that's the more important feature, it's great to just use the front lever and get braking from both wheels. One other thing to know is that you'll have to keep the controller (the circuit board that's attached to the abs modulator) plugged in so that the speedometer and brake light works. Good luck.
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Thanks for the advice
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Re: ABS pump motor

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No, I just haven't gone and looked for it yet. Working on other bikes right now.


Pull the Tupperware and follow the brake lines.... can't miss it on the left side.

As previously stated, get the service CD and Clymers manual before you even attempt to pull the ABS unit. Getting the electrical plug off is a bit tricky as are the hard line quick disconnects.

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Re: ABS pump motor

OK, I had 30 mins to spare so I pulled the plastics and the fuel cell. I have puled the electric connection, so now I can unscrew the 4 fluid lines. I'm not sure how the module is held down. I can see a couple of screws and a nut forward (bottom of picture) of the unit... please advise.
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Re: ABS pump motor

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You can't!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The motor is not available separately. All that is wrong with it is that the motor brushes are jammed. I replaced the brushes and brush holders in my ABS and posted the how-to in this site. Basically, I bought a Ford Fiesta ABS of Ebay and used its brush assembly to replace the one in my bike's ABS. You CAN NOT simply swap the entire motor, because the motor's eccentric output shaft differs.

Here are some of my posts on how to do it....

http://www.i-bmw.com/showthread.php?t=55655 (pposts #1, 2 and 7)

http://www.i-bmw.com/showthread.php?t=56285 (posts #1, 9, and 11)

http://www.i-bmw.com/showthread.php?t=56223 (posts #1 and 4)
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Re: ABS pump motor

The motor for the iABS is available but it is $700. And then your pump needs to be refitted on the motor/servo.
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Re: ABS pump motor

For what it is worth: my dealer removed it and they sent it out to Module masters. 250 and they put it back in with their labor and new fluids flushed for 200$. Done.
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Re: ABS pump motor

Looking at your bikes you have the latest ABS not the iABS. Your ABS has a single servo/motor and is pretty straight forward. In fact some use car parts to fix them (Audi and Ford). See post 17 for examples
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