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Just did a quick P/N comparison on Partzilla. Both the 2013 and 2014 models (1st & 2nd gen respectively) use the same part number: 23P-85930-19-00 for the hydraulic unit assembly. Not sure if that spans across all the years from both generations, but they didn't change it for Gen 2 in '14.
 

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Just did a quick P/N comparison on Partzilla. Both the 2013 and 2014 models (1st & 2nd gen respectively) use the same part number: 23P-85930-19-00 for the hydraulic unit assembly. Not sure if that spans across all the years from both generations, but they didn't change it for Gen 2 in '14.
yer i thought the abs unit would not have changed you would think looking at part numbers a 2010 amd 2017 as example would be the same unit
 
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Just did a quick P/N comparison on Partzilla. Both the 2013 and 2014 models (1st & 2nd gen respectively) use the same part number: 23P-85930-19-00 for the hydraulic unit assembly. Not sure if that spans across all the years from both generations, but they didn't change it for Gen 2 in '14.
Just did a quick P/N comparison on Partzilla. Both the 2013 and 2014 models (1st & 2nd gen respectively) use the same part number: 23P-85930-19-00 for the hydraulic unit assembly. Not sure if that spans across all the years from both generations, but they didn't change it for Gen 2 in '14.
Just did a quick P/N comparison on Partzilla. Both the 2013 and 2014 models (1st & 2nd gen respectively) use the same part number: 23P-85930-19-00 for the hydraulic unit assembly. Not sure if that spans across all the years from both generations, but they didn't change it for Gen 2 in '14.
Just did a quick P/N comparison on Partzilla. Both the 2013 and 2014 models (1st & 2nd gen respectively) use the same part number: 23P-85930-19-00 for the hydraulic unit assembly. Not sure if that spans across all the years from both generations, but they didn't change it for Gen 2 in '14.
Just did a quick P/N comparison on Partzilla. Both the 2013 and 2014 models (1st & 2nd gen respectively) use the same part number: 23P-85930-19-00 for the hydraulic unit assembly. Not sure if that spans across all the years from both generations, but they didn't change it for Gen 2 in '14.
 

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I think we have established that the early ABS module was 23P-85930-09, the later ended 19, but there is doubt about backwards compatibility.

What is the issue with your bike though OP?
- I'm assuming the ABS light, but what codes are showing.
- If this has occurred after a fluid change, was the ABS pump cycled correctly.
- Has anyone tapped the brake light circuit electrics for any reason, or changed any of the hardware (wiring/switches/lamps/sensors) recently.
- Has the bike been in flood water, dropped, crashed or involved in any other accident.
 

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I think we have established that the early ABS module was 23P-85930-09, the later ended 19, but there is doubt about backwards compatibility.

What is the issue with your bike though OP?
- I'm assuming the ABS light, but what codes are showing.
- If this has occurred after a fluid change, was the ABS pump cycled correctly.
- Has anyone tapped the brake light circuit electrics for any reason, or changed any of the hardware (wiring/switches/lamps/sensors) recently.
- Has the bike been in flood water, dropped, crashed or involved in any other accident.
The rear brake pedal doesn't function .
Bypassed the abs unit and now its ok.
 

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I think we have established that the early ABS module was 23P-85930-09, the later ended 19, but there is doubt about backwards compatibility.

What is the issue with your bike though OP?
- I'm assuming the ABS light, but what codes are showing.
- If this has occurred after a fluid change, was the ABS pump cycled correctly.
- Has anyone tapped the brake light circuit electrics for any reason, or changed any of the hardware (wiring/switches/lamps/sensors) recently.
- Has the bike been in flood water, dropped, crashed or involved in any other accident.
 

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The abs doesn't light.
It didn't occurred after fluid change.
Not tapped the brake wiring ect .
Wasn't in aflood.
Did not drop.
Thank's god no accident.
The problem is in a mates bike.
I had the same problem with same simptoms
And i solved it by changing the abs unit
After trying all the suggestions you'll mentioned her in the forum .
sorry for the bad english.
 

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Mine too, rear brake. Bypassed. Not ideal, loved the linked brakes.
 

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Update
The 2017 abs unit is on the 2011 bike ,and the problem is fixed.
Both of the bikes are Europe models,
I don't know if there is any difference between the European model and the American models
i did think the abs unit was the same and a 2017 unit woulf fit and work on a 2011 bike nice well done

rob
 
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