Question about 2001 Triumph TT 600
Try this....should switch it back and forth
At the odometer setting (the one that shows your total miles you have on the bike) press and hold the "select" button for about 8 seconds. MPH goes first to KPH. Press and hold again and your radiator setting goes from F to C. Press and hold again, C stays put and KPH changes back to MPH. Press and hold again and you're back to MPH and F.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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