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post #1 of 37 (permalink) Old 11-08-2005, 08:47 PM Thread Starter
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Trip/Reset buttons not working on 03'

The Trip/Reset buttons on my tach console are not working. Is this a common problem? Is there a way I can "reset" the console to get the buttons working again?

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the internal buttons fell apart



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??? What does that mean?

Can it be fixed?

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yes. do a search. basically you just take the console apart, re-locate the plastic buttons that have come loose from the rubber covers, superglue them back on, and you're done.

it's also a warranty, so the dealership should replace the unit for free, but then you have a reset odo. not sure if you're still under warranty.



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I was able to fix it without removing the cluster or taking it apart. Yeah, took a lot of patience and cursing, lol. In the process though I screwed up the other button, unfortunately permanently (too much superglue, doh!). Oh well, I just wanted to be able to reset the tripmeter and that I can do.
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check out these threads
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Had this problem, brought it back to the dealer and it was covered under warrenty. I do have the extended though. But so long as warrenty is still good, its covered.

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So they have to reset the odo to 0?

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2003 rr's have a recall on this, take it to the dealer, they will replace your gauges.. 0 miles
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the new internal part of the cluster will be changed so the odometer will show
zero miles you got to write down the old mileage so you can keep up with oil
changes and other services



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If you just want to reset the clock, pull the rubber bottons off, use some "WOODEN" chopsticks or long match sticks, whatever, and press the little white buttons on the board itself. Not a big deal. Then replace the rubber, pops right off and on. Not a big deal at all (<5 min.)

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Mine messed up a long time ago. Dealer had the bike for a few hours to get it fixed...under warranty.

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sorry for the ignorance but how long is the warrenty on our bikes. i have an 03 with the same problem?
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warrant 12 k miles or 12 month from date of purchase



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i think im gonna go with the chapstick method.

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I thought it was 1 year unlimited miles.

I know the 5 year is. cuz thats what i had
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warranty is 12 k / 12 month or what ever comes first ie if you get 11k miles within 6 month then mileage prevails & vise versa



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i guess i'm outta luck oh well i guess its time to open up the cluster. thanks guys
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Just pull the "rubber buttons" off the cluster, a little patience and 2 paper clips should get it. Seems mine would not work after doing wheelies. Pop the buttons off and sure enough the little plastic extenter would be off.
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It's a recall, it shouldn't matter the milage. Take it to the dealer if it's an 03
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I had this problem and fixed it with out taking a screw out. Just pull the buttons out and get two dental picks. And work the spacer back into its place, and put the buttons back in. Worked fine for me.

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It's a recall, it shouldn't matter the milage. Take it to the dealer if it's an 03
tru story?
is this a fact, even if your the 2nd owner?

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It's a recall, it shouldn't matter the milage. Take it to the dealer if it's an 03
free repair no matter what the mileage is or the year of production
just like cars when there is a recall its a free repair



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sweet, ill take it in, but hmm, maybe not i dont know if i want mty **** reading the wrong mileage.

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so really u can just take it to the dealer and they should fix the problem because of the recall on it is that true? and i think it said in the thread it will reset ur odometer to 0?
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Your odemeter will say o miles cause the dealer will switch the
internal board of the cluster



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2003 rr's have a recall on this, take it to the dealer, they will replace your gauges.. 0 miles
I know this is an old thread, but I tried to get my 03' Speedo replaced under warranty/recall today. Honda Canada told me they never had complaints on this and their is no recall/replacement for the stupid problem they denied!

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Holy thread from the dead. You know, I've searched this online before and never found anything on a factory recall for 03-04 RRs concerning the meter cluster. The only official recall I found had to do with rear brake linkage. Maybe these guys were getting it done under warranty? Regardless...it's actually really easy to disassemble the cluster, and the button parts (if you need new ones) are really cheap. I even managed to get the cluster off and back on again without removing the front cowl.

Just a FYI...if the outside pieces of the cluster are damaged (mounting points cracked off or something), you can buy just the cover pieces from anywhere that sells OEM stuff (Bikebandit, RonAyers, etc.). I did this on my bike...it was damaged, previous owner had the thing zip tied on (electronic gauges were fine, just cover damage). Not really cheap, but cost me less than a used cluster would have. My cluster now looks brand new, buttons work fine, and I retained the correct mileage.

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I'll take it apart in the Fall I guess and repair it off the bike. Fixing it on the bike is a real PITA !!

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