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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-10-2009, 06:35 PM Thread Starter
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Gage cluster problems.

I had a minor spill at my last track day and when I turned my bike back on the fuel indicator bars moved from the middle out and the engine temp indicator does not read properly. Other parts of the gauge ie. the tach and rpm go in and out. First, I would like to know if the bike is still going to run the way it is suppose to. Second, am I looking at a major problem that is going to kill my wallet if I have to take it to a shop. It is a 06 600rr. Any help appreciated. Thanks for your time.

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My turn signals front and rear are also not functioning...
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I ran my 03' without the cluster for a while, never seemed to hurt anything.

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take the screen off and make sure the cluster is still plugged in correctly.

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your bike will run fine without the gauges. Did your gauges get damaged during the crash?
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I turned my bike back on the fuel indicator bars moved from the middle out
I remember seeing the description for this in the owners manual but I can't remember what it was. Check it out.

Also, check all your fuses. Some might have blown causing the signals to not work.
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thanks everyone. I did check the fuses and none of them were blown. I dont think the gauge was damaged in the fall (I landed in soft damp grass from the night before). Additional advice is always appreciated.

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