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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-23-2010, 12:31 PM Thread Starter
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Instrument cluster not working......

My instrument cluster has stopped working. The only thing that works is the clock. When I turn the bike on the fuel pump cycles but my display does not light up. I used to have a gear indicator tapped into my wiring along with my GPX Pro unit. I removed the gear indicator and the GPX unit and the cluster is still not lighting up. Any suggestions? Thanks!!

Bike 2008 cbr600rr

V.Pena II W.E.R.A #335 Southeast Region
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-23-2010, 02:52 PM
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Check your fuses.
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I assume your tail light is not working either???

As usual D is right... you have a blown fuse.
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fuse bro check'em
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As stated before its probably your fuse.
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Similar symptoms happened to mine after my bike went down a traffic accident. Engine started up and ran fine but no display. As I went through the fuses, pulling and reinserting one by one, the display suddenly came alive (tach did a "sweep") when I pulled and reinserted the fuse marked "clock". The fuse was fine, but something about recycling the power to the display seems to have reset something in the ecu and got the display working again. So, like everybody said, "check your fuses".

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