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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-03-2012, 09:09 AM Thread Starter
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Angry Clutch lever changing dash display??

Hey y'all. Strange problem and it has been happening ever since day 1. My new machine only has about 600km on it but this issue has been ongoing since I bought the bike.

The clutch lever affects the dash display the exact same way as the little trigger on the clutch side. I have tested this and it is definitely the case. Every time I shift I cycle to the next dash option (Range, avg km, avg speed, mileage, etc.). Even when I just sit in N and pull the clutch over and over, it just keeps changing the dash display.

I have washed the bike once but this was happening beforehand. The bike was brand new off the shop floor.

I haven't pulled the battery yet or brought it into the shop to get looked at. Any ideas or similar experiences. Total pain in the ass when you look down at a light and you are changing your clock?!?

Thanks a mil.

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-03-2012, 09:34 AM
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I had this problem too.
Its the clutch lever pressing on the mode button when you pull it in. All you have to do is loosen the clutch clamp a bit and rotate the assembly to allow it to clear the button.

I have mine done at the dealer, but its no big deal.

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I had this problem too.
Its the clutch lever pressing on the mode button when you pull it in. All you have to do is loosen the clutch clamp a bit and rotate the assembly to allow it to clear the button.

I have mine done at the dealer, but its no big deal.
Yep what he ^^^ said. Its easy to fix.

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Ha. I knew I should have at least tried to figure it out myself. I felt half bad posting that q on our site without doing my own due diligence.

Anyhow, thanks boys. I'll fix that up this evening.

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When its as plain as the noise on our faces it hard to see.

Nice to see quick easy fix. Good For You

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I had the same thing on another bike after movers moved my bike but it was my flash to pass button. I couldn't figure it out until I realized it was happening every time I pulled the clutch. Funny... Good thing it's an easy fix!

The required allen wrench likely came with your bike.
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