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Installed ”Genuine Suzuki” dealer mode switch under my passenger seat and just updated my service interval interval. Works a treat!
Where did you get it from?

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Got it from my dealer. Was a little expensive at $118 cdn but I liked the factory look. I plugged it into the dealer mode plug and zip tied it under the seat.
Parts department didn’t have any idea of what the part number was or what it was for.
I had to provide the part number and explain to the parts guy how it is used.
Got the part number from this discussion, but can provide if u need it

Did the same for my 2014 in order to diagnose issues when travelling. Shows trouble code on dash.
 

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Got it from my dealer. Was a little expensive at $118 cdn but I liked the factory look. I plugged it into the dealer mode plug and zip tied it under the seat.
Parts department didn’t have any idea of what the part number was or what it was for.
I had to provide the part number and explain to the parts guy how it is used.
Got the part number from this discussion, but can provide if u need it

Did the same for my 2014 in order to diagnose issues when travelling. Shows trouble code on dash.
Can you please post the proper parts number?

Thanks,

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Can’t take credit for discovering part number as “Dave MP” did all the work and posted pictures on this thread (Post #24 - 4 months ago) of the switch and part number.

part number is 09930-83130 Known as “Dealer mode switch?”

if you follow this thread it appears that this part number may be valid only for North American model as the correct pins are different on European models.

As I say, works really well but is pretty pricey for what it is. you can duplicate what it does with a paper clip or piece of wire but I like that this fits properly and can be left installed under the seat.

Do not expect your parts guy to know what this part does or be able to find it in his/her parts fiche. I had to provide part number and explain what it was for.

Hope that helps..
Cheers!

Tom
 

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Can’t take credit for discovering part number as “Dave MP” did all the work and posted pictures on this thread (Post #24 - 4 months ago) of the switch and part number.

part number is 09930-83130 Known as “Dealer mode switch?”

if you follow this thread it appears that this part number may be valid only for North American model as the correct pins are different on European models.

As I say, works really well but is pretty pricey for what it is. you can duplicate what it does with a paper clip or piece of wire but I like that this fits properly and can be left installed under the seat.

Do not expect your parts guy to know what this part does or be able to find it in his/her parts fiche. I had to provide part number and explain what it was for.

Hope that helps..
Cheers!

Tom
Thanks!

I just ordered from my dealer. They are pretty good and found it in a few seconds on their system. It is at the warehouse so should be at my dealer fairly quickly. I hope to do my 24,000 km oil change this weekend.

If you read earlier in this thread some of us could not work it with the paperclip method (which worked fine on my 2015 DL1000.) The paperclip just kept blowing fuses. I was at Suzuki Canada HQ back in September and they had the tool and we were able to reset it in a few seconds.

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I just completed my 600 mile service and noticed that the owners manual said to contact a Suzuki dealer to reset the service interval.

I gave my local shop a call and they stated that it needs to be plugged into their computer to be reset.

I’m wondering if any of you have taken it to the shop to have this done and if they charged you to reset it if you did the service yourself? Also, is there a work around for resetting this yet?
 

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I just completed my 600 mile service and noticed that the owners manual said to contact a Suzuki dealer to reset the service interval.

I gave my local shop a call and they stated that it needs to be plugged into their computer to be reset.

I’m wondering if any of you have taken it to the shop to have this done and if they charged you to reset it if you did the service yourself? Also, is there a work around for resetting this yet?
Am i to understand that you completed your service your self. What did you do? Mine is closin in on 600 and stealer is wanting $340ish for the service. Don’t know if that’s fair or not.
 

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First service is primarily an oil and filter change and checking tightness of fasteners, chain, etc.
$340 seems pretty expensive - especially in American dollars.

Did my own oil/filter change for $40 Canadian, roughly $30 American, reset my own service interval, checked my own fasteners, chain and brake pad wear and called it a day. Makes the investment in a “dealer mode switch“ seem like a economic thing to do In my mind.
 

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First service is primarily an oil and filter change and checking tightness of fasteners, chain, etc.
$340 seems pretty expensive - especially in American dollars.
Depending on the location, shop time can be shockingly expensive. My local Aprilia/Duc shop quoted US$175/hour. Even my local scooter mechanic runs $80/hour nowadays.
 

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The wrench made another appearance but I had no problem resetting it with the paperclip/switch I used before. It seems to me that a standard paperclip is all it takes; meaning the switch isn't necessary. Benthiesing's video in post #9 showed that months ago.* Notice that his wire is centered in the slots.* I'm pretty sure my 3 blown fuses were a result of bad contact and hitting the center of the slots made the difference. Good luck.
 

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I just completed my 600 mile service and noticed that the owners manual said to contact a Suzuki dealer to reset the service interval.

I gave my local shop a call and they stated that it needs to be plugged into their computer to be reset.

I’m wondering if any of you have taken it to the shop to have this done and if they charged you to reset it if you did the service yourself? Also, is there a work around for resetting this yet?
Thanks for your inputs,
Is there a solution to this issue officially?
I went to the dealer today in my first 1000km service, and they was unable to find a solution to turn off service light.
 

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Nope not that I’ve heard. After my first service I took it to the zuki dealership and had them reset it. The next day the wrench light was back on and it’s been on for the last 4,200 miles...........
 

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The service alert resets just fine when put is dealer mode. The paperclip method of getting to service mode is iffy with some people (myself included) finding it blows a fuse.

I bought the Service mode tool and it works perfectly with no issue and once in dealer mode it is easy to reset. Most likely that dealer didn't have the tool.

..Tom
 
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