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Service Codes

Discussion in 'CARC' started by john zibell, Oct 29, 2008.

  1. john zibell

    john zibell Moderator Staff Member GT di Razza Pura

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    Moto Guzzi Service Codes:

    Breva 850 & 1100 -- 36421 or 36424; With joystick: 28315

    1200 Sport -- 36421 - For models with button control, (i.e. like the Griso set-up) --OR-- 28315 - for the 'Joystick' type (like the Norge/Breva 11 etc.).

    2007-10 Norge 1200 2V & 2012+ 4V -- 28315

    Griso 850 , 1100 & 1200 -- 12425

    Griso 8V -- 12425

    Bellagio -- 21959

    Stelvio -- 10695

    1400 California -- 34534 With special thanks to kiwi dave
     
  2. Gary

    Gary Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Well done John, I got my Stelvio code on the service book cover. it seems we need all the old info again
     
  3. pkubitz

    pkubitz Tuned and Synch'ed GT Contributor

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    Two questions: 1) How do you enter the service code?

    I have an '09 Stelvio and when I turn the key to the "on" position, the dash display the message "Remember to insert your user code". The message does not prevent me from starting the bike.

    2) Is the user code read from the key?
     
  4. john zibell

    john zibell Moderator Staff Member GT di Razza Pura

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    The user code is different from the service code. It is entered so that if the system doesn't recognize your key, you can enter the user code and the bike will run. Entering the user code is in the menu system. See this link http://www.servicemotoguzzi.com/public/ ... 202008.pdf page 59 if you don't have your owners manual. Instructions are on page 67, since you don't have a current user code, put in what you want. Most use the service code so there is one less number to remember.

    Service code is entered to get DTCs and to reset the service icon. This is under the diagnostics area in the menu system.
     
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  5. pkubitz

    pkubitz Tuned and Synch'ed GT Contributor

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    THANKS JOHN, I'll see if I can enter a new code. Since the book does not go into any detail, when you are entering a code, are you just using the mode button to toggle through numbers and letters on the display? -Patrick
     
  6. Brevabrabo

    Brevabrabo Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Also a question about the personal code. When I got the bike and started it the first time the display asked to enter a personal code.
    So I did no problem. I forgot all about it (not the code). But I wonder when I need that personal code or whatfore?
    Maybe when I have to enter a new key? :S
    Never used or needed it, but I can't find any info about it.

    Ciao Dolf. :)
     
  7. Brevabrabo

    Brevabrabo Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Sorry I just woke up and did't read all the posts. :blush: :blush:
    Found my answer already.
    :lol:

    Ciao Dolf. :)
     
  8. john zibell

    john zibell Moderator Staff Member GT di Razza Pura

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    pkubitz wrote:
    Yes, see the first paragraph on page 59.
     
  9. kiwi dave

    kiwi dave GT Reference

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    Not that it currently affects me, but I wonder about the code for the Griso 8V. It is six digits, all the others are five.

    Typo perhaps?
     
  10. pete roper

    pete roper GT Godfather!

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    kiwi dave wrote:
    I read it somewhere? In the manual perhaps, can't remember, but 12425 works fine for my 8V.

    Pete
     
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    GuzziHero Cruisin' Guzzisti GT Contributor

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    Many thanks :D Just zapped the service warning on my Griso :D
     
  12. Brushwarrior

    Brushwarrior Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Hi John
    I didnt know my breva 11 had a joystick, what do you mean?
    I have to reset the service code as the spanner is now appearing on the dash instruments yet service was done 1100 miles earlier
    than scheduled due to holiday in ireland and wales.

    Sorry to ask

    Steve
     
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    NeroGuzzi Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Steve: Use the button to reset it. The button you use to toggle through the menu items is the same one for inputing the code.
     
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    pete roper GT Godfather!

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    I thought that all Brevas used the Joystick control but seeing Jon's in LA last week i realized that some of them have the Griso type button set-up.

    The 'Joystick' type is the one where you have one sliding switch in the middle of the cluster that can slide left and right and be depressed in the centre position.

    The 'Button' type used on the Griso, (And obviously some Brevas!) has a three way sliding switch that says 'Mode' and 'Trip 1' and 'Trip 2' or some such. and then a button on the FRONT of the switchblock just beneath the clutch lever.

    Pete
     
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    Brushwarrior Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Peter
    Thanks for making it alot clearer for me. couldnt find anything in the handbook about it

    regards
    Steve
    BSE GB
     
  16. NeroGuzzi

    NeroGuzzi Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    pete roper wrote:
    My Breva 1100 is exactly as Pete describes above.
     
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    Brushwarrior Tuned and Synch'ed

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    yep can confirm my 2005 breva 1100 has button type with a sliding switch - mode 1 and 2 etc.
    36421 worked a treat, just like those digital watches in setting up, length of time you press the button and number etc. just like morse code. lol.
    thanks everyone
    looking for another guzzi to join the breva, either a 650/750 twin or california type to modify/restore :-D

    Cheers
    Steve
    Suffolk GB
     
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    AllanK Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Hi All

    I was recently contacted by a chap who bought his bike second hand from a so called dealer without books or all the keys.
    He has no idea of his bike"s user code. Any idea whether ?or not he can access that info?

    Also he had another key cut and doesn't know how to have the chip in the key recognized by the bike to allow it to start. Any ideas?

    Thanks AllanK
     
  19. GuzziHero

    GuzziHero Cruisin' Guzzisti GT Contributor

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    Which model?

    The service codes for each model are listed on the first post of this thread. This cannot be changed, afaik. The personal user code for each rider, which is required to program new keys, is often set as the same as the service code for simplicity.

    However, the owners and workshop manuals are available here: https://www.guzzitech.com/MGGriso/Manuals.html
     
  20. AllanK

    AllanK Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Thanks for the reply. His bike is a Breva. I think that it is a 1100 but could be a 750. But I don't suppose that that matters.

    AllanK
     

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