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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: The hands free module

Introduction

The hands free module incorporates the control unit communicating with the other nodes on the motorcycle, the on/off button, the microswitches detecting full lock steering angle (for enabling steering lock engagement) and the steering lock.

The module is sealed and its individual components cannot be accessed for diagnosis, repair or replacement.

Wiring diagram

No wiring diagram is available for the components integrated into the hands free module. For the main electric wiring see chapter ("wiring diagram of the hands free system") of this section.

Error codes

"Hands free diagnosis" error: "steering lock": a fault has been detected in the electric steering lock system. The following icon appears on the tank dashboard:


"Hands free diagnosis" error: "eeprom state": fault detected in the internal hands free system memory. The following icon appears on the tank dashboard:


Electrical characteristics and checking component

No electrical characteristics or checking procedures are given for the hands free system as all components are integrated in the module and cannot be accessed for diagnosis, repair or replacement.

The module receives direct 12 volt battery power over pin 1 and via the main 30 a fuse.

Ground is on pin 2.

In the event of fault

In the event of any hands free system fault, the engine may switch off or engine start may not be possible.

In the event of a fault in the steering lock integrated into the hands free system occurring during either engagement or disengagement, the system will attempt to automatically retract the lock pin. If this fails, a low volume alarm signal is emitted by the hands free system.

Installation location

The plastic shield covering the hands free system is visible in the photo

Installation location


The hands free system on/off button is shown in the photo, with the plastic shield removed.

Installation location


The lock pin of the electric steering lock is visible in the lower portion of the hands free system.

Installation location


The photo shows the hands free system removed from the motorcycle fuel tank. One of the two switches detecting the full lock handlebar steering position is indicated in the photo.

Component replacement methods

No special measures or reprogramming are necessary in order to replace the hands free system. However, the motorcycle keys must be reprogrammed after replacement. See chapter "programming/reprogramming keys"

Wiring diagram of the hands free system
The diagram illustrates the inputs, outputs and communication lines used by the hands free system. 1I - on/off button placed on the hands free system (located below the plastic cover) 2I - o ...

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 ...

Other materials:

Removal of the rear brake disc
Remove the rear eccentric hub (sec. 7 - 13, Removal of the rear wheel eccentric hub and rear wheel shaft). Undo and remove the four fixing screws (13) of the brake disk to the wheel axle and remove the rear brake disk (14). Loosen the four screws (24) and remove the rear phonic wheel (25). ...

Indicator air - air temperature
This function shows the external temperature. Display limits: -39C ÷ +124C In the event of a sensor fault (-40C,+125C or disconnected), a string of dashes "- - -" (not flashing) is displayed and the "engine/vehicle diagnosis - eobd" light (7, fig. 4) Comes on. N ...

Indicator trip time - trip time
This function shows the vehicle trip time. The calculation is made considering the time travelled since the last trip 1 reset. When trip 1 is reset, the value is set to zero. The active phase calculation occurs when the engine is running and the vehicle is stopped (when the vehicle is not ...

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