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Service Codes

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

  1. pete roper

    pete roper GT Godfather!

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    Unless I'm mistaken the 750's don't have coded keys. Ipso-facto it's an 1100 or a 1200.

    pete
     
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    ralf z Just got it firing!

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    the Griso 12425 code works fine on my griso se... :D
     
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    charlietuned Tuned and Synch'ed

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    hi ,,, where do i find the service code for my Cali 1400 ,,i have a orange "code card" with a number which says next to it "company code" is that it??
     
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    john zibell Moderator Staff Member GT Famiglia

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    We still don't know the service code for the 1400. If there is only one code on it, it may be for cutting a replacement key. If that code is all numbers, such as 36421 (this is the Breva 1100 code) it might be the service code, but we don't know. If that code does get you into the diagnostics menu, than it is the service code. If it is, please let us know what that code is. Once you do, I'll edit the first post in this thread to include the service code.
     
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    charlietuned Tuned and Synch'ed

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    o.k. i will try it in the morning and let you know!!
     
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    charlietuned Tuned and Synch'ed

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    O.K. tried the number [36653] but it did nothing , or maybe i am doing it incorrectly, cause i will put in the numbers anf then push the button at the end and it will go onto "exit"-- managed to put my "personel code" in though.
     
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    john zibell Moderator Staff Member GT Famiglia

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    At least you have the personal code entered. Be sure to document it in the owners manual in case you forget or sell the bike. The next owner will need that code. Hopefully someone will discover the service code soon.
     
  8. sdhow

    sdhow Just got it firing!

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    John,

    This link requires login & password info to access; do you have something I could use?
     
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    john zibell Moderator Staff Member GT Famiglia

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    That site has become restricted assess since the original post. I can't get into it either. Now you must be a dealer or service agent to get access. Just go to the owner's manual for your bike for information on the user code. See the maintenance manual for information on teh Service code. All will be explained in those manuals. Many of the manuals are in the Resources tab.
     
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    sdhow Just got it firing!

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    Thanks, John!

    I have hard copies of both docs; is there a post showing the user code(s), like the first post listed the service codes? Or is the user code individual to each bike?
     
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    john zibell Moderator Staff Member GT Famiglia

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    The user code is set by the first owner. It can be changed if you have two different recognized keys. It does make life easier if the user code just happens to be the service code for any future owner. This is covered in the Breva Service manual in the Resources section.
     
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    sdhow Just got it firing!

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    Ahhhh...I will look in the Breva manual; I've only read the 1200 Sport manual. Mine was a voluntary repossession, so no paperwork came with the bike. Non-MG dealer I purchased it from said the code to program additional keys was 123456. Does that sound logical?
     
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    john zibell Moderator Staff Member GT Famiglia

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    No, but someone could have used that for the user code. However it is doubtful.
     
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    beuwiq Tuned and Synch'ed

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    My Breva has just 1 joystick in the middle of the cluster how do I switch to Mode to run a diagnostic. When I slide it left and right it displays only Trip Time, Fuel Consumption, Max Speed & Average Speed.

    Please what I'm I doing wrong?

    Thanks
     
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    beuwiq Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Please how do I input this code for the Breva 850 with joystick?
     
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    john zibell Moderator Staff Member GT Famiglia

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    Do you have the button control or the joystick? A picture of the left had control would help to determine.
     
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    beuwiq Tuned and Synch'ed

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    I downloaded the Norge user manual & it was well explained there. So I'm fine now. The code worked too

    Thankssssss
     
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    Idaho Red Rocket 3 Just got it firing!

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    36421 worked for my 2008 1200 Sport. Thanks.
     
  19. E Sciberras

    E Sciberras Just got it firing!

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    Hi.....I recently replaced the instrument panel as mine was shot. I am trying to insert the new code on to the new panel. My bike is a Breva 850 (2006) and it has the slider type 3 position switch with the push button. Any help how to go about fixing it? I do not have the owner's manual, but have both keys. Thanks in advance for any help/assistance.
     
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    john zibell Moderator Staff Member GT Famiglia

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    It sounds like you are trying to change the user code. That procedure is in the Downloads section https://www.guzzitech.com/forums/resources/breva-1100-general-service-manual.24/

    Now if it is a new never been used dash, the procedure covers how to start off, but if it is a used dash, you may need to send it to Carmo with your keys. https://www.carmo.nl//
     

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