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  1. #31
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    Re: TPMS PSI Readout Display for 2009-2012 GL1800

    Cant wait to get one of these units on my wing. Been looking at some other units but i like the plug and play of this one.
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  2. #32
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    Re: TPMS PSI Readout Display for 2009-2012 GL1800

    Well, I thought I wanted this thing. But I went to the site, and 1) It's sold out, 2) They want $175 for it. GAK!!!
    Black 2010 GL1800

  3. #33
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    Re: TPMS PSI Readout Display for 2009-2012 GL1800

    I was told there not available yet, you may have been looking at the other units on the site. 175.00 is kinda high but the piece on mind knowing what your tire pressures are would be worth it for me.
    Born to Ride

    2010 Pearl Yellow Comfort,Audio,Navi,XM
    Ultimate Midrider two tone Yellow/Black
    Kuryakyn ArmRest
    Kuryakyn Leg Rest Pegs
    Baker Air Wings
    Double Darksider #856
    Bridgestone Turanza Run Flat 195/55/R16
    Bridgestone BT 45 Battlax 130/70/18 front
    Dyna Beads 2oz front 3oz rear

  4. #34
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    Re: TPMS PSI Readout Display for 2009-2012 GL1800

    [quote author=Yellowbird123 link=topic=509.msg10722#msg10722 date=1365516422]
    I was told there not available yet, you may have been looking at the other units on the site. 175.00 is kinda high but the piece on mind knowing what your tire pressures are would be worth it for me.
    [/quote]

    Can't you buy an whole new TPMS for that price?

  5. #35
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    Re: TPMS PSI Readout Display for 2009-2012 GL1800

    Murph emailed me back yesterday and said that the Goldwing units won't be on sale till the fall.

  6. #36
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    Re: TPMS PSI Readout Display for 2009-2012 GL1800

    Murph is still having some issues with the overseas supplier. They are being a bit tough to deal with, but he is still planning on getting them in stock.

    Fred H.

  7. #37
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    Re: TPMS PSI Readout Display for 2009-2012 GL1800

    Well, it appears that the French vendor has given up (surrendered?) on this project, with no real explanation as to why. They went to all the trouble to make prototypes and got the ball rolling with a US distributor (Murph), and then they appear to have just walked away from the table. I'm very sorry to see this, as I had high hopes they would follow through on it, and I think there was a fair amount of demand for it. Very sorry to have to report this, but unless something changes, it looks like this project is dead.
    Fred H.

  8. #38
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    Re: TPMS PSI Readout Display for 2009-2012 GL1800

    [quote author=Fred H. link=topic=509.msg11318#msg11318 date=1372081689]
    Well, it appears that the French vendor has given up (surrendered?) on this project, with no real explanation as to why. They went to all the trouble to make prototypes and got the ball rolling with a US distributor (Murph), and then they appear to have just walked away from the table. I'm very sorry to see this, as I had high hopes they would follow through on it, and I think there was a fair amount of demand for it. Very sorry to have to report this, but unless something changes, it looks like this project is dead.
    [/quote]

    The French.

  9. #39
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    I bought the shorting plug (07WPZ-0010100) to do the diag as the manual says (I hate jamming pins in connectors that spread the pins and booger things up) Bike needs to be ridden until the light is on steady and should not be shut down until the codes are retrieve, I came up with DTC 9 and 10 (both sensors bailed at the same time ?) next step is to get a TPMS reader (most shops today have them) and see if they are dead, if not next step is to check the power and ground to the TPMS Module, if those are good readings (power and ground) the TPMS Module committed suicide.
    My bike is a 2012 so its 8 years old now so It could be sensor batteries (will find out)


 

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