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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Communication antenna

Introduction

The communication antenna enables the hands free system to detect and communicate with the active or passive key.

The active key is detectable within a range of 1.5 Metres, whereas the passive key (or active key with flat battery) can only be detected if placed in contact with the lower part of the clear plexiglas windscreen covering the antenna.

An antenna fault will compromise correct key detection.

Wiring diagram

Communication antenna


The communication antenna is connected to the hands free system by two cables and a dedicated connection.

  1. Blue/black (b/bk)
  2. Red/yellow (r/y)

Error codes

"Hands free diagnosis" error: "antenna": antenna not detected (open circuit) or antenna short circuited. The following icon appears on the tank dashboard:


Note

Checking the integrity of the electrical circuit entails the following actions:

Short circuit to vdc: with the dashboard on, use a voltmeter to measure the voltage between the wire being tested and ground.

Short circuit to ground: with the battery cables disconnected, use an ohmmeter to check for continuity between the wire being tested and ground.

Open circuit: with the battery cables disconnected, use an ohmmeter to check that there is no continuity between the two ends of the wire being tested.

Electrical characteristics and checking component

The resistance between the two terminals of the component side connection must be approximately 2 ohm.

In the event of fault

In the event of a component fault, the hands free system can no longer detect and recognise the keys. The pin code procedure must be used to start the motorcycle.

Installation location

Installation location


The image shows the location of the hands free system antenna.

Location of hands free system antenna on antenna side.

Component replacement methods

No special measures are necessary in order to replace the hands free system communication antenna.

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On/off switch on handlebar
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Other materials:

Removal of belly fairing
Loosen and remove the screws (5) and (8) that secure the oil cooler (7) to the rh (1) and lh (2) belly fairings. Remove the lh belly fairing (2) by loosening the screws (3) with relevant washers (4) and the screws (12). Follow the same procedure to remove the rh belly fairi ...

Removal of the primary drive gear
Withdraw the clutch housing (1) complete with driven gear of the primary pair (a). Remove the inner spacer (2). Remove the oil pump (d) (sect. 9 - 2.1, Removal of the oil pump). Lock the primary pinion (b) with the holding tool 88713.3417 And loosen the threaded ring nut (3) u ...

Removal of the throttle twistgrip
Peel back the rubber sleeve (a) protecting the throttle control cables. Undo the screws (b) of the throttle grip (6) and open the command. Disconnect the throttle grip cables (10) by unhooking the cable ends (c) from their seats. Remove the throttle twistgrip (6) from the handlebar. ...

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