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Old Nov 15th 2016, 12:50 PM   #1
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Tuneboy and oil service light again.

Hi All, has anybody successfully reset the oil service light on a 1299 with Tuneboy? The manual says it only works on some models but doesn't say which. I haven't had any luck trying a variety of methods suggested by different folks but most of them have different model bikes.

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Old Nov 15th 2016, 06:53 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by Cosmik de Bris View Post
Hi All, has anybody successfully reset the oil service light on a 1299 with Tuneboy? The manual says it only works on some models but doesn't say which. I haven't had any luck trying a variety of methods suggested by different folks but most of them have different model bikes.

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Hi mate,
This question has been a pain in my side for years. The reset component of the software will only work if you have a TB map loaded. Cruise control doesn't count. Took years and many many email to Wayne to finally acknowledge this.
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Old Nov 17th 2016, 12:30 PM   #3
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Hi mate,
This question has been a pain in my side for years. The reset component of the software will only work if you have a TB map loaded. Cruise control doesn't count. Took years and many many email to Wayne to finally acknowledge this.
Can you tell me exactly what to do?

I loaded a couple of maps but I still can't get it to work. So do you load the map and then select the "clear service light" thing, or do you select "clear service light" and then load that map, or does the light only clear when you select that map.

Still confused.
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Old Nov 17th 2016, 03:15 PM   #4
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You have to have a TB tune loaded first, it cannot be the stock tune. First hook up the TB box to the bike data connector, then to your USB port. Turn the key on and start TB trim program and go click the Service light reset from the menu. It should turn off if the bike is compatible. It works on my 1199. Turn off the key and disconnect the TB box. You can also re load the stock tune and the light will still be reset.
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Old Nov 17th 2016, 04:02 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Cosmik de Bris View Post
Can you tell me exactly what to do?

I loaded a couple of maps but I still can't get it to work. So do you load the map and then select the "clear service light" thing, or do you select "clear service light" and then load that map, or does the light only clear when you select that map.

Still confused.
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RPM is pretty much on the money. I'm offshore at the moment so I don't have access to my laptop with the TB software, but there is a pull down menu on the TRIM page. From that page there is a pull down menu that has desmo service, oil service etc.
Select the oil service reset. From memory down the bottom RHS of the screen you will see some kind of reset message.

The key as RPM repeated is you must have a TB trim loaded on your ECU for it to work.
On another note, you must log out of the TB software, turn off your ignition before disconnecting the wires. When you turn off your ignition you will hear power to the ECU for about 2 minutes. You will hear a high pitched whine stop followed by a click.

Only turn your ignition on after this 2 minute period otherwise the ECU won't have completed its 'write' sequence.

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Originally Posted by jock39racer View Post
Hi Cosmik
RPM is pretty much on the money. I'm offshore at the moment so I don't have access to my laptop with the TB software, but there is a pull down menu on the TRIM page. From that page there is a pull down menu that has desmo service, oil service etc.
Select the oil service reset. From memory down the bottom RHS of the screen you will see some kind of reset message.

The key as RPM repeated is you must have a TB trim loaded on your ECU for it to work.
On another note, you must log out of the TB software, turn off your ignition before disconnecting the wires. When you turn off your ignition you will hear power to the ECU for about 2 minutes. You will hear a high pitched whine stop followed by a click.

Only turn your ignition on after this 2 minute period otherwise the ECU won't have completed its 'write' sequence.
Thanks, I'm sure this is what I have tried on several occasions. You do have a 1299 don't you? I know it works on an 1199, that's why I specifically asked about the 1299.
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Originally Posted by Cosmik de Bris View Post
Thanks, I'm sure this is what I have tried on several occasions. You do have a 1299 don't you? I know it works on an 1199, that's why I specifically asked about the 1299.
Hi Cosmik,
My apologies, I don't have a 1299, I did make the assumption the TB software would be the same.
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I did the unthinkable and emailed Wayne, he replied very promptly. So the 1299 does not support this feature at present as I suspected, coming soon.

Cheers all.
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I did the unthinkable and emailed Wayne, he replied very promptly. So the 1299 does not support this feature at present as I suspected, coming soon.

Cheers all.
Wayne responded, with luck like that you should buy a lotto ticket.
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Never had any problems with support from Wayne . All in all, good guys
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