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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-25-2011, 11:31 AM Thread Starter
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speed healer reads KM

I just got my bike and it already had installed speed healer, i accidentally hit a button now my bike is reading KM not MPH how do i change it back to MPH,
i look on this website and couldn't find it.
http://www.healtech-electronics.com/...rsGuide_en.pdf
I do not have the manual
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did you press a button on the cluster that caused it to change?


i think its the left button? will cause it to change from mph to km


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did you press a button on the cluster that caused it to change?


i think its the left button? will cause it to change from mph to km
right but now i tried hitting different buttons to change it but no luck
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I think it is either just press (not hold) the right hand button

or

press and hold the left then just press the right...

not %100 sure...
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its n owners manual
while bike running push reset button with display in tripmeter A mode

rent this signature
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I think - go to Trip A and press both buttons, or maybe just the reset, or maybe hold the reset, or maybe hold both buttons.


I am pretty sure it is a simple sequence on the Trip A


I say you leave it there, Kilometers are cooler, looks like you are going faster

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On the 05-06 model, to change between mph and km/h press the Reset button with the display on Trip A. If you press the Reset button on Trip B then your temperature will change between C and F.
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