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Old 06-01-2014, 07:34 PM   #1
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1190 Adventure TPMS Questions

Has anyone had the opportunity to take apart the TPMS on the RIM of the bike? I bought some knobbies from my dealer, they offered to install them for free. Unfortunately the mechanic who did the work was quitting at the end of the day. He was in a bit too much of a hurry and broke my TPMS and damaged the rubber seal on the inside of the rim. The dealer ordered the new parts, but can seem to figure out how to properly reassemble to prevent air leaks. I keep dropping off my rim, and they keep returning it either with a tube or leaking.

I'm half tempted to take it to a different dealer and just pay out of pocket to get it fixed once and for all. The worst part of the air leak, seems to be around the TPMS unit. Has anyone taken theirs apart, that could describe the order of installation? Thanks.
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Old 06-01-2014, 11:22 PM   #2
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IM not sure if this diagram helps you.
The TPMS is a sensitive bit of equipment, if your dealer is stuffing this up
definitely take it to another dealer...




PositionPart numberDescriptionQty
1 6031010104430 % REAR WHEEL CPL. 5,0X17" 1
2 6031001004433 REAR HUB CPL. BLACK 1
3 60010011000 BEAR. SPACERTUBE L=124,8MM 03 1
4 0625062052 GR.BALL BEAR. 6205-2RSHC3HMTF7 2
5 0472052200 CIRCLIP DIN0472-52X2 1
6 0760305271 SHAFT SEAL RING 30X52X7 1
7 60310013000 SPACER BUSHING REAR WHEEL R/S 1
8 60010015000 SPACER RING 03 1
9 6031017000030 RIM REAR 5,0X17" 1
10 60310271000 SPOKE 5/4.37/M5 18
11 60310371000 SPOKE 5/4.37/M5 18
12 60310072100 SPOKE SIPPLE QUADRAX M5 36
14 60310277100 GASKET RUBBER 5"X17" 1
15 60310173100 RIM BAND 17" 1
16 59009062016 SPECIAL SCREW M6X16 WS=8 10.9 6
17 60142021100 SENSOR GEAR ABS REAR 1
18 0980101253 HEXAG.NUT DIN 980V M10X1,25 SL 6
20 60010051042 REAR SPROCKET 42-T 03 1
21 60010052000 SPROCKET SCREW M10X1,25 03 6
23 6011005004433 SPROCKET SUPPORT CPL. BLACK 1
24 60110012000 SPACER BUSH. SPROCKET SUPP. 06 1
25 60110016000 NILOS RING 6006AV 1
26 0625060060 BALL BEARING 6006 DDU2CG23S6NM 2
27 60110014000 SPACER BUSH. SPR. SUPP. IN. 06 1
28 54610459000 RUBBER DAMPING BLOCK '91 6
29 6031006000030 BRAKE DISK REAR 1
32 60310081044 AXLE REAR CPL. 1
33 60010084000 CHAIN TENSIONER R/S LC8 03 1
34 61010086000 COLLAR NUT M25X1,5 WS=32 05 1
35 58414030000 HH COLLAR NUT M10X1,25 WS=13 2
36 50304040100 SCREW M10X1,25X50 WS=10 2
37 60010565118 CHAIN 525 INCL. MASTER LINK 1
38 60010466000 MASTER LINK FOR CHAIN 525 0
39 60309076000 % VALVE 1
97 00050002013 DRIVETRAIN KIT ADV/-S 17T/42T 0
98 60310015000 REAR WHEEL REP. KIT ADV 13-14 0
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Old 06-02-2014, 12:55 AM   #3
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Surely you can demand that if the break it, they fix it - even require it juridically, they most likely even have an insurance for these things... Since they can't fix it, I'd demand a brand new rear rim.
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Old 06-02-2014, 02:49 AM   #4
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surely you can demand that if the break it, they fix it - even require it juridically, they most likely even have an insurance for these things... Since they can't fix it, i'd demand a brand new rear rim.
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Old 06-02-2014, 08:00 PM   #5
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The good news is, this got sorted out today. Mechanic A had left the grommet that was torn out of the original frame seal, between the TPMS and the retainer nut. When Mechanic B tried to install it wouldn't seal. Once Mechanic A tore down the wheel and removed the old grommet, it all sealed up just fine. All is well once more.
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Old 06-02-2014, 09:52 PM   #6
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The good news is, this got sorted out today. Mechanic A had left the grommet that was torn out of the original frame seal, between the TPMS and the retainer nut. When Mechanic B tried to install it wouldn't seal. Once Mechanic A tore down the wheel and removed the old grommet, it all sealed up just fine. All is well once more.

Good to hear that they sorted it out for you.

When I had my K1300s and I fitted new tyres to it, I always went to the BMW dealer to fit the tyres.

I didnt trust any other shop as the K1300 had the TPMS and they know what they are doing with gear like that..
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Old 06-03-2014, 07:18 AM   #7
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The good news is, this got sorted out today. Mechanic A had left the grommet that was torn out of the original frame seal, between the TPMS and the retainer nut. When Mechanic B tried to install it wouldn't seal. Once Mechanic A tore down the wheel and removed the old grommet, it all sealed up just fine. All is well once more.
You beat me to it, the system KTM use is off the shelf and I had almost an identical unit fitted to my 4x4, they also broke TWO of the senders and when they fitted new units they put the washers and seals in the wrong order and thus, it was leaking, was easy to fix.

Those sensors have a shelf life based on the internal battery if it's the identical sensors as I had and a BIG no no is to use the likes of puncture foam, use it and they tend to cock up the sender unit. Just some extra info.
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