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BMW Motorcycles ISTA/P ignition problem.
03-11-2015, 17:30 PM
Post: #11
RE: BMW Motorcycles ISTA/P ignition problem.
(14-06-2015 10:13 AM)epsodus Wrote:  Hi,

i have bought a new Interface for my Motorcycle. This is for all BMW Motorcycle and is for Kline and DcanBus. Works with Esys, IstaD, IstaP and Rheingold. The Interfacename is IstaFighter.
I have payed 198,00 Euro.

Whoa !! that price is really sky high IMHO. please find picture of my original ICOM-D , less than 1,000 USD. in my memory , why you don't choose the original one ? never got any problem for more than 3 years .

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17-11-2015, 01:57 AM
Post: #12
RE: BMW Motorcycles ISTA/P ignition problem.
Hi guys,

I have recently bought an Icom D interface from a chinesse website; As I tought it has the KL15 problem, so I decided to rearrange all wires by myself.

Here are the steps that I have been following:

1. I cut all the big wire as in the attached image
2. I used a multimeter in order to get the relationship between the pins and wires. I used continuity function.
3. I Ordered a female OBD2 because I broke mine trying to eliminate the plastic housing:Big mistake gavel
4. Im going to use this configuration that I have found browsing into the web

Signal OBD2 socket Bmw 10 pin plug
KL15 - 1 - 10
Ground - 4&5 - 4
Can Hi - 6 - 7
Kline 1 BMS -7 - 1
Kline 2 ABS -8 - 2
Can LO -14 - 9
KL30 -16 - 6

If this configuration does not work I going tho join pin 1 (OBD2 socket) to pin 6 (BMW plug)

Hope that this works. Im going to put the final results by the end of this week.


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12-02-2016, 18:45 PM
Post: #13
RE: BMW Motorcycles ISTA/P ignition problem.
(17-11-2015 01:57 AM)jaramillo Wrote:  Hi guys,

I have recently bought an Icom D interface from a chinesse website; As I tought it has the KL15 problem, so I decided to rearrange all wires by myself.

Here are the steps that I have been following:

1. I cut all the big wire as in the attached image
2. I used a multimeter in order to get the relationship between the pins and wires. I used continuity function.
3. I Ordered a female OBD2 because I broke mine trying to eliminate the plastic housing:Big mistake gavel
4. Im going to use this configuration that I have found browsing into the web

Signal OBD2 socket Bmw 10 pin plug
KL15 - 1 - 10
Ground - 4&5 - 4
Can Hi - 6 - 7
Kline 1 BMS -7 - 1
Kline 2 ABS -8 - 2
Can LO -14 - 9
KL30 -16 - 6

If this configuration does not work I going tho join pin 1 (OBD2 socket) to pin 6 (BMW plug)

Hope that this works. Im going to put the final results by the end of this week.

Sorry for my delay.

This configuration its OK, works perfectly. I have done a joint between the pin 1 and 6 with a switch to emulate ingnition.

Im attaching an image with the final result.


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18-06-2016, 13:11 PM
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RE: BMW Motorcycles ISTA/P ignition problem.
I help a buddy with coding from mph to km on his bike as I remember , we used main power going from his main battery source aka charge point after that there was no problem seeing kl15 sorry I don't have any pic has 2 years or so ago , perhaps a youtube video may help got Icom d from ebay
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