stormblue Posted May 29, 2010 Share Posted May 29, 2010 Hello, new guy here (been lurking for some time). I have a '09 RT that needs a 6000 mi. service. I asked the service writer at the local BMW what's involved. According to him it's: a) oil change, b) adjust the valve's c) re-torque something d) throttle body sync e) bleed the brakes Is the list correct? I have the JVB DVD and it doesn't mention re-torquing anything. Anyone know what needs to be re-torqued at the 6000 mi service? I think I'm going to skip the throttle body sync and bleeding the brakes. Bad idea? I live in a dry climate and my bike is garaged. I doubt the brake fluid has accumulated much moisture. My rational for not doing a throttle body sync is I don't have the sync tool and the bike is running fine. Does anyone know how to reset the service light? Unless I missed it the JVB video only specifies the value gap minimum. Is there a maximum? Are there any good references on the inter-web that would help? thanks, Mike Link to comment
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