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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: High beam lights not working

Fault codes

The hi beam light on the (slave) dashboard flashes at 1hz frequency.

Wiring diagram

Location of elements on motorcycle

High beam lights not working


(A) injection relay; (b) etv relay (throttle valve operating engine); (c) radiator fan relay; (d) hands free relay.

High beam lights not working


Fuses located at the rear left of the vehicle.

(1) 10A dashboard; (2) 5a engine control unit; (3) 15a key-sense; (4) 20a injection relay; (5) 10a throttle opening relay (etv).

High beam lights not working


Fuses located at the rear right of the vehicle.

(1) 7.5A black box system (bbs); (2) 7.5A navigator/alarm; (3) 25a abs 2; (4) 30a abs 1; (5) 10a fans; (6) 7.5A diagnosis/recharge.

High beam lights not working


(A) low / high beam and parking light connections

High beam lights not working


Location of left hand handlebar switchgear set connection.

High beam lights not working


Pin numbering for wiring harness side dashboard connector.

Note

Check integrity of electric circuit - short-circuit to vdc = with dashboard on, using a voltmeter, a voltage is measured between the wire tested and ground.

Check integrity of electric circuit - short-circuit to ground = with the battery cables disconnected, using an ohmmeter, continuity is detected between the wire tested and ground.

Check integrity of electric circuit - open circuit = with the battery cables disconnected, using an ohmmeter, no continuity is detected between the two ends of the wire tested.

Bbs and db faults
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Low beam lights not working
Location of connections and components (A) injection relay; (b) etv relay (throttle valve operating engine); (c) radiator fan relay; (d) hands free relay. Fuses located at the rear left of ...

Other materials:

Refitting the front footrests
Note The assembly of the front footrests is described only for the right one (2) but it is the same also for the left one. Place the spring (4) bringing the end (a) onto the footrest (2). Place the footrest (2) in the correct position, by inserting the end (c) of the spring (4) in the hole ...

Changing the brake fluid
Warning Brake fluid is corrosive and will damage paintwork. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. In the case of accidental contact, wash the affected area thoroughly with plenty of running water. Changing the fluid in the front brake circuit Remove the cover (1) with the membrane from the front b ...

Removal of the engine
In order to remove engine you must first remove a series of other components from the motorcycle. Most of these removal procedures are described in the relative sections of this manual. The following flow chart illustrates the logical sequence in which the parts are to be removed from th ...

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