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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-14-2013, 04:15 PM Thread Starter
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Gauge cluster not working

Hey guys.. i'm having the following issues with my gauge cluster on my 2005 600rr

So the speedometer first showed problems by getting updates once every few seconds. Then when i turned the bike off and on again, the entire cluster lights up but no display except for the clock. The clock however does not change the time either.

Anyone have any ideas? Appreciate the help.
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Start by making sure the fuse is good and has a good connection as well as the plug from the wiring harness to the cluster

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Thanks. I'll have a look at that.
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If not the fuse, perhaps a dead battery. Happened to me before, the cluster wouldnt do a full check... even after charge, I replaced battery and all was sweet.
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So got this fixed. It was some dirt on the connector pins for the cluster. I'm glad that wasn't an expensive fix.
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