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2017 Adv R: My service light came on during a trip. I pulled in to a dealer and had them read the code. They said it was a possible turn signal switch fault (it's working just fine) and charged me $65. They also told me there is no way I can check these myself as only KTM dealers are given the necessary software access. I love my 1090 but this customer-raping scheme is total BS. Has anyone figured out a way to plug in and read the OBD codes yourself? And if so, have you also found a list of custom KTM codes beyond the standard ones a typical code reader will already have definitions for?
 

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There are quite a lot of OBD2 adapters for sale that supposedly work on KTM's.

No personal experience, but it sure seems like that would be sorted by now. Do some Google fu and you'll find a lot of avenues to try out.

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There are quite a lot of OBD2 adapters for sale that supposedly work on KTM's.

No personal experience, but it sure seems like that would be sorted by now. Do some Google fu and you'll find a lot of avenues to try out.

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There is an adapter for OBD2. What program to read errors?
 
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