Question about 2008 Ducati GT 1000
Reset your trip gage back to 0, it should go out, but if it does not go out then it is a faulty sensor
and will need to be replaced . Try turning on your key dont start , just let it stay on and then hit your trip meter, watch it clear baclk to zero. Light should go off . If you still have problem and you
do not wish to fix it . Do this with the trip meter at zero run your bike 35 miles and then go put
gas in it . This will tell you how many miles you can get to your tank, and every time you fill up just reset back to zero. Oh and another thing , that bike requires PREIMIUM GAS only high test.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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