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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-14-2012, 05:14 PM Thread Starter
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Gauge Cluster Issue

I tried searching the forums for a solution but couldn't find anybody with a similar situation as mine.

This is my first bike so I am unfamiliar with how wires, parts, etc. goes together but I am willing to learn if I can get some directions. Just don't want to start taking this apart and not know how to put it back together.

On Monday, my gauge cluster was working fine and I did not take the bike out yesterday. Today, I went to turn on my bike and nothing on my gauge cluster moved. Only the clock works. Tried turning off and on a few times but nothing changed. I took the bike out to ride and it worked fine. Tach needle never moved and nothing else turn on. Overall, only the clock, turn signals, and high beam indicator worked.

I am going to check the fuses after I get home, but would so many fuses burn out at the same time? I'll also check if any wiring is loose but don't know how to get to the back of the gauge cluster.

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Check your fuses, as you said. Also, make sure there are no exposed wires as it is possible that you might be getting a short somewhere.
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There is a fuse box on the left side about where your knee would be while riding. It's a 10A red fuse, maybe 3-4 down. I'll bet you that's it, probably blew more than one too so check em all while you're in there. Good luck

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