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    Diagnose tool

    Hi guys, does anyone have an idea about the diagnose tool for 2016 Bmw c650 gt model one Which is work excatly? As you know guy Bmw dealer period service cost dearly every time for changing small things. Donít need to go garage I think. Just change oil,filter, break blocker, battery, cvt system parts Changing self cos of that I would like to get a diagnose tool which is excatly 2016 model one.
    If you have any ideas or wishing help just let me know guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Max29 View Post
    Hi guys, does anyone have an idea about the diagnose tool for 2016 Bmw c650 gt model one Which is work excatly? As you know guy Bmw dealer period service cost dearly every time for changing small things. Donít need to go garage I think. Just change oil,filter, break blocker, battery, cvt system parts Changing self cos of that I would like to get a diagnose tool which is excatly 2016 model one.
    If you have any ideas or wishing help just let me know guys.
    Thx
    Cheers from Holland.


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    GS-911 is the tool that can read and reset ECU information, reset maintenance light, program TPMS and other functions on BMW motorcycles. Make sure to get right connector as about 2013-2015 used a round plug and I understand newer models use a rectangular plug like a car OBDII plug.

    https://www.hexcode.co.za/products/gs-911




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    Quote Originally Posted by bicyclenut View Post
    GS-911 is the tool that can read and reset ECU information, reset maintenance light, program TPMS and other functions on BMW motorcycles. Make sure to get right connector as about 2013-2015 used a round plug and I understand newer models use a rectangular plug like a car OBDII plug.

    https://www.hexcode.co.za/products/gs-911




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    Thanks quick answer back I heard about hex code GS-911wifi one but I was not sure work 2016 model one obd 2 cable connector. I will keep looking further and search information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Max29 View Post
    Thanks quick answer back I heard about hex code GS-911wifi one but I was not sure work 2016 model one obd 2 cable connector. I will keep looking further and search information.
    I


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    GS-911 will work with either connector...



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    Quote Originally Posted by bicyclenut View Post
    GS-911 will work with either connector...



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    i just checked which suit for my bmw c 650 gt cost 700 euro diagnose 6 cm plastic shit almost one iphone price serously!
    they know very well how to suck the money from motor user people, honestly i am fed up of this all the time cost everything dearly.

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    Hey it is a BMW thing every thing cost more then all of the other motor. Cycles but I have found the the service department here where I live has always done a good job on my c650 gt and they pick my bike up and deliver it for a very reasonable price so I don’t have to drive it 60 miles one way. I have 2 other bikes one is a Honda the services dept. is terrible I would not even let them change the oil the last time they did they over filled it by two quarts. Luckily I check the oil after a short drive and drained it out on the side of the road in 2 empty qt beer cans I found on the side of the road. It can be a crap shoot finding a good service dept.
    AKA Bill Steele

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