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Instrument Cluster Buttons Not Working??

Hey guys I would just like to say hi and ask a question reguarding my bike. I just bought a 2003 600RR, and I tried to set the clock and I couldn't get it to work, but then I noticed even if I just try to switch from A to B tripmeter, it doesn't work either. So basically neither of my two instrument cluster buttons are working. I have searched all over and come to no prevail. Anybody have this problem or know what i'm talking about? I sure hope its not an expensive fix considering I JUST bought the bike. Thanks in advance!

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03 defect, gauge buttons are not glued on properly and will fall off the connections.
2 options.
1 pull the front fairing and the cluster take off the lens and glue the white buttons back on, on the inside.
2 Wait till noon tomorrow and disconnect your battery and reattach. Clock is fixed..

Basically depends how much you are going to use your trip button.. If your not, just do the battery method..

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I want this done right so I think I am going to take it apart and glue them in. Can anyone give me a bit better description of exactly what needs to be done. What needs to come off, how to do it, etc?

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It's 1 o clock by the way, just had to do this.
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I want this done right so I think I am going to take it apart and glue them in. Can anyone give me a bit better description of exactly what needs to be done. What needs to come off, how to do it, etc?

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+1 i have the same problem. i used to always reset the mileage when i put gas. now i have ignored it. it would be nice to have that option again.

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I want this done right so I think I am going to take it apart and glue them in. Can anyone give me a bit better description of exactly what needs to be done. What needs to come off, how to do it, etc?

Thanks,
Mark
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Check out these threads bro

https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread....t=RESET+BUTTONS
https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread....t=RESET+BUTTONS
https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread....t=RESET+BUTTONS
https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread....t=RESET+BUTTONS



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thanks Marshall for this write up
If your going to do it do it right by removing the front fairing and taking off the dash.It's really easy. You don't even have to take the front fairing off totally, just enought to get behind the cluster and unscrew the 3 screws. Take the screws out around the back sideof the cluster, there is like 6 and it should pull apart. Your going to find 2 white pieces of plastic, 1 was floating around and glue it back into place. Real easy. once you look at it you will know what I'm talking about. Only works one way.



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Be very careful gluing them down though. I ended up hosing mine all up by accidentally gluing the white standoff to the switch itself so the it was totally useless. I had to buy a junked cluster off of ebay to salvage the switches from it.
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Be very careful gluing them down though. I ended up hosing mine all up by accidentally gluing the white standoff to the switch itself so the it was totally useless. I had to buy a junked cluster off of ebay to salvage the switches from it.
Use silicone caulk instead of super-glue if you want. It's a little more forgiving. That's what my dealer did to mine and it's held up fine.


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Thanks guys so much, I now have a weekend project!


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