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Old Jan 20th 2017, 09:13 AM   #21
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Or try EBay item# 252260596616

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Old Jan 20th 2017, 12:55 PM   #22
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Hey John,

That one is not gonna work. I had put a link to the one I am using in the thread. The ELM has to have a FT232RL chip.

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Or try EBay item# 252260596616

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Old Jan 20th 2017, 02:23 PM   #23
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Hey John,

That one is not gonna work. I had put a link to the one I am using in the thread. The ELM has to have a FT232RL chip.

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I have already ordered the one I posted but nothing that'll break the bank.... I'll order the one you posted a link to a few threads up. Thank you Mick for your help!

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Old Jan 20th 2017, 03:24 PM   #24
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I can confirm the ELM cable that Mick posted works with the 1299. You have to be careful shopping for these cables as many of them are Chinese knock-offs despite them all looking identical. Many of them have the CH340 chipset which will not communicate with the bike. As Mick said, make sure the cable has the FTDI chipset and is compatible with the operating system of your computer. Any quality seller should list the specs of the cable.

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Old Jan 20th 2017, 05:06 PM   #25
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Thanks for chiming in WildHare it's all very true so make sure it says in the product description FT232 chip or don't purchase. Typically the knockoffs are in the $10 range and the ones with FT chips are about $20 so still not expensive.



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I can confirm the ELM cable that Mick posted works with the 1299. You have to be careful shopping for these cables as many of them are Chinese knock-offs despite them all looking identical. Many of them have the CH340 chipset which will not communicate with the bike. As Mick said, make sure the cable has the FTDI chipset and is compatible with the operating system of your computer. Any quality seller should list the specs of the cable.
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Old Feb 1st 2017, 03:45 PM   #26
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Thanks for all the info Mick. I received everything and installed the software on my PC. I am now able to communicate with the bike but not real sure how things work since I have no service lights currently on.

I am able to get the RPM's and coolant temp. & gear indicator shown live while hooked up but that's about it. When I try some of the functions in the software program like "test cooling fans" or "gauge backlight" I get nothing that leads me to believe it's actually testing anything...

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Old Feb 1st 2017, 06:58 PM   #27
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Hey John awesome glad to hear it's all finally working now. Yeah once your service light comes on you can clear it.


QUOTE=Jleosnow;272279]Thanks for all the info Mick. I received everything and installed the software on my PC. I am now able to communicate with the bike but not real sure how things work since I have no service lights currently on.

I am able to get the RPM's and coolant temp. & gear indicator shown live while hooked up but that's about it. When I try some of the functions in the software program like "test cooling fans" or "gauge backlight" I get nothing that leads me to believe it's actually testing anything...

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Old Feb 1st 2017, 11:05 PM   #28
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Hey John awesome glad to hear it's all finally working now. Yeah once your service light comes on you can clear it.
Sweet! Thanks again for the info and help!

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Old Feb 2nd 2017, 06:28 AM   #29
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I have the Multidiag as well and I am able to clear errors and test stuff like the Fan or Servo Flap.. Great software so far... I will get my oil service light in about 400 miles. Cant wait to see if I can delete it! - I am guessing I will be able to do so because I am able to clear error codes!
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Hey John awesome glad to hear it's all finally working now. Yeah once your service light comes on you can clear it.
Hello Mick,
1 last question(hopefully) for you regarding the use of this software. Do I need to click the blue box and register for the software to be fully functional?

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