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temp gauge

i searched the forums b4 and i noticed most of ur temps are around 180-220 normal...my temps were floating around that yesterday (35 degrees outside) today the motor was ran for about same mileage and the temps were between 72-102 (50 degrees outside). could this just be a gauge malfunction showing that far off reading or is possible that that was the true temp....also noted the aux. fan kicked in today but the temp was only showing 97 degrees and i thought that usually came on at about 220. its an 06 with 200 miles on it ...any thoughts?
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doesn't sound right, I would say malfunction.

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35 outside!!!!!!!!!! Can't say my bike has been running when temps were that low.. If it does it again I would have the dealer look at it.. temp sensor reading wrong.......




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yeah thats what i thought it might have been .....another question tho as far as dealers go....i bought my bike in VA due to a dirt bike racing sponsorship through a dealer and he cut me a break on the RR. i live 200 miles from that dealer but i have 3 honda dealers within 15 -20 min from my house. as far as warranty work is concerned must it be from the dealer u purchased it through or does "honda" foot the bill no matter what and any dealer can service it under warranty since honda will be doing the reimbursing?
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Any Honda dealer will work..




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Make sure your bike is in Fahrenheit. The fan would kick on at 97 degrees Celsius. Consult your manual on how to change unit readout.

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"To select Fahrenheit and Centigrade, push the RESET button (the right button) with the display in the tripmeter B mode."

"The tripmeter has two sub modes; A and B"

"Push the ADJ button to switch between the A and B modes"

SO

Push the ADJ button (the left button) until you see "B" to the right of your odometer readout. Once you see the B push the RESET button (the right button) and this should toggle between Celsius and Fahrenheit.


If you're POSITIVE that it has been in Fahrenheit the entire time, then it probably is malfunction. Our bikes do not run at 100 Degrees Fahrenheit, no matter how cold it is outside (this statement is an assumption).

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GOOD FIND.... .... Nice!!!!!




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haha well guys im at work right now but i just looked at what u said, thought about it for a min and think i might have figured it out....thats the same damn button u use to set ur trip mileage...which i do every time i get on the bike...so its probably switching from fahrenheit to celsius every other day ...this is most likely where my readings are so much different.... thanks alot guys
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yesssssssss

what a guess

i hope everything works out okay

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