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ABS warning light until bike is put in gear and going forward.

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Yes, that is completely normal. The ABS does a self test and extinguishes the light when it sees wheel speed information from both front and rear wheels.

Nothing to worry about unless the light fails to go off.

Happy riding.

Posted on Oct 01, 2010

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