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Thread: Replacing batteries in auto trye pressure gauges on BMW R1200 GSA

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    Replacing batteries in auto trye pressure gauges on BMW R1200 GSA

    Hi Folks

    Great photo's on the initial screen and maybe one day I will get over there for a ride but just so you know there are plenty of great rides here in Australia which I really think GS's were made for.

    Anyway my question is can some please point me in the direction of the paper on replacing batteries in the tyre pressure indicators. I found it on this site through google but would like to print it out and use as mine (2008 GSA) are well and truly flat and need replacing and I don't have a spare $400.00 for new ones.

    Cheers in anticipation

    Andrew


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