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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-27-2007, 03:56 PM Thread Starter
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Speedo not working, FI Light on, MIL on

I took the bike out this morning, after a couple minutes of driving the MIL light came on, along with the FI light. Also my speedometer is reading a constant zero all the time, independent of the MIL light or the FI indicator.

The bike runs fine, all the rest of the electrical is functional.

I dont know jack about electronics.. anyone have any ideas?
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I can't remember if my bike had exactly the same symptoms, but if the connector at the back of the gauge cluster is not making proper contact, I think the bike can still turn on, but the cluster doesn't function properly. Did you recently take the thing off? If so, maybe just try unplugging and reconnecting the speedo connector.



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BTW. Presume the bike is not throwing a code - i.e. MIL light flashing a sequence of long and short flashes?



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How about this scenario...my FI signal is turns on...my MIL light isnt on and the bike wont start?
is that due to actual fuel injector issues or just something to do with cluster gauge. I crashed it last week and it hasnt started ever since. COuld it be tip sensor by any chance?

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How about this scenario...my FI signal is turns on...my MIL light isnt on and the bike wont start?
is that due to actual fuel injector issues or just something to do with cluster gauge. I crashed it last week and it hasnt started ever since. COuld it be tip sensor by any chance?
is the fuel pump priming
if there is something up with the tip sensor the fuel pump wont prime
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I changed the oil last week... but I have done that a dozen times already and this problem has never happened.

I'll check the connections on the cluster. And no, the MIL is not flashing, it just comes on solid after a couple minutes of normal riding. The bike starts and runs awesome, cept for the above mentioned problems.

I will keep you guys updated.

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Update:

I took it to the stealership and they diagnosed the problem: a crapped out speedohealer. Removed speedo healer, reset malfuntion codes and how she is good as new, cept with a mis-calibrated speedometer LOL. Good enough for me.
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yea same thing happened to me. speedo healer with 10k miles on it crapped out.

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by the way it was my tip sensor..i checked it out..it was broken.

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by the way it was my tip sensor..i checked it out..it was broken.
damn i am good haha
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Check ur switches on your speedo healer if u have one
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