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    ABS pump 😞

    Hi everyone

    I'm new here and hoping someone can help. I have a 2007 GS ADV and the brake failure has come on. After a service from BMW they told me the ABS pump needed replacing for a huge amount of money. Now I know this is a fairly common problem and I have heard the pump should be serviceable to get going again I'm using the bike for a 2 week trip next month so thinking it's a good idea to get done now. If anyone can recommend any mechanics who may be able to help that would be appreciated I'm in the Herts Cambs area. Thanks for reading

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    2007 should be later ABSII unit,

    Or is your bike a 2006 that has been late registered? that way it could have ABSI mega money !!

    get it to a good indy and get them to run there GS911 over it, and give you some balanced advice

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    Seek out MotoScott on this forum He has a ride in ride out ( a few hours later ) Solution
    Do NOT thump the ABS motor housing with a hammer!!!! As some loons have suggested on here and other forums

    santa ABS II was the system fitted to bikes prior to basically prior to 2003 Non Servo and non linked

    I "think" the current system is Evolution IV or V of integral braking

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    Motoscot is in Caddington just outside Luton

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    It's a 57 luckily I've heard the earlier ones cost a shed load ����

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    I'm pretty close to caddington will give them a call on Monday and see if motoscot can help.
    Thanks ��

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadDog View Post
    I'm pretty close to caddington will give them a call on Monday and see if motoscot can help.
    Thanks ��
    Steve did mine in March before I sold the bike, which was an 07 reg.
    £330.
    I was there for about 2 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrFarkoff View Post
    Seek out MotoScott on this forum He has a ride in ride out ( a few hours later ) Solution
    Do NOT thump the ABS motor housing with a hammer!!!! As some loons have suggested on here and other forums

    santa ABS II was the system fitted to bikes prior to basically prior to 2003 Non Servo and non linked

    I "think" the current system is Evolution IV or V of integral braking
    Yes appologies, what i meant to say was

    Pre Aug 2006 is I-ABS generation 1 Post Aug 2006 is I-ABS Generation 2

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    No apology needed young feller we just can't be misleading these whippersnappers
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