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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-18-2006, 02:54 PM Thread Starter
 
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gauge cluster malfunction

My gauage cluster is messed up....NOTHING works except turn signal indicator, bright light indicator.

Neutral light is not coming on, Not registering any RPM or speed. oil light isnt on either. Help....

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Put your fingers behind your cluster and pull towards you... Sounds like it came unplugged a little..




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sounds like it could be a fuse also... check it out?
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Put your fingers behind your cluster and pull towards you... Sounds like it came unplugged a little..
Yep, I had those issues one time after pulling the front end off. Check the plug right behind the cluster and also the 2 plugs under the left side ram air cover.

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Thx guys, i will check that out right now.
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i have money on it being the fuses, that happened to me
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any update on what happened xiao?
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okay, its not the front connector....fuse...where would that be located???? That thing by the battery??
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okay, its not the front connector....fuse...where would that be located???? That thing by the battery??
Did you check the two connectors under your right side intake cover?

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yup, checked those too.
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the fuses under ur left fairing you could check also
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how would i know if i have a blown fuse or not?
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how would i know if i have a blown fuse or not?
Have you never checked a fuse before? It will have a wire in the middle of it that is burned in two if it's bad...Will look like this or some variation.

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Have you never checked a fuse before? It will have a wire in the middle of it that is burned in two if it's bad...Will look like this or some variation.
Should check it with a voltmeter or a fuse tester... They might look good but actually be bad..

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Thx GA_RR and AlpineJim.
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Should check it with a voltmeter or a fuse tester... They might look good but actually be bad..
Yeah, I'd do that at the back of the gauge cluster after just visually checking the fuses. Fuse could be good but a wire could be rubbing or over a source of interference.

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