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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 - on/off button placed on the bike handlebar rh side

3I - steering position micro-switch

4I - steering position micro-switch

5I - active key (signals remote transmission)

6I - passive key (it transmits signals only if leant on the antenna)

1U - electric filler plug (optional)

2U - hands free relay (it replaces the ignition switch function)

3U - steering lock actuator

1C - can line

2C - communication line via antenna (radio-frequency)

The following is the overall layout of the motorcycle network:


The following is the general electrical system diagram and pinout of the hands free system. Note that the components relative to the electric steering lock are not included as they are not integrated into the hands free module.

Wiring diagram of the hands free system


  1. Direct supply from battery - red (r);
  2. Hands free system ground - black (bk);
  3. Hands free relay coil command - red/yellow (r/y);
  4. Can h line - grey/black (gr/bk);
  5. Can l line - grey/green (gr/g);
  6. Input for system on/off button on handlebar - light blue (lb);

1A, 2a antenna - key communication antenna connection - blue/black (b/bk) and red/yellow (r/y); fuel tank cap coil - fuel tank cap coil command

Wiring diagram of the hands free system


The photo shows the pinout for the hands free side connection

Location of hands free system connection

Wiring diagram of the hands free system


The photo shows the pinout for the hands free side antenna connection

Wiring diagram of the hands free system


The photo shows the pinout for the hands free side electric fuel tank cap connection

The hands free system is located in front of the fuel tank and is covered by a plastic shield. The on/off button built into the system is visible under the plastic shield. This button has the same functions as the button on the handlebar, but should only be used if the latter is not working or when starting the motorcycle without keys.

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

Note

In the usa version the door (1) is not present.

Wiring diagram of the hands free system


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

The antenna used by the hands free system to communicate with the keys is placed in the document compartment under the seat.

Wiring diagram of the hands free system


This image shows the location of the hands free system antenna, behind the clear plexiglas windscreen

The hands free relay, which ideally replaces the function of the ignition switch of the traditional bikes, supplies +15 with key turned to on, and is positioned on its supporting bracket.

Wiring diagram of the hands free system


This image shows the location of the hands free relay (a). It is located on the relay supporting bracket.

Possible faults of the hands free system components

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