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on Mar 03, 2021
sounds like a problem with the ignition switch. Does anything get power when you turn the key on? Headlights? Did you change the bars before or after the problem started? Is the handlebar harness plugged in correctly?
on Jan 28, 2019
The data bus has bad connections somewhere or a relay or switch is making poor contact. Could be in the wiring harness
or in the ECU, or any one of the other modules. The fact that it gets the indication to the speedo is marginally encouraging.
Try pulling the main fuse under the seat for 30 seconds and plug it back in, see if it clears the code. If it does but the code comes back, either take it to dealer if under warranty or start tracing connections and cleaning tightening them, I'd start at the ECU and work back from there.
on May 23, 2017
common, check antenna, and ground, may need a new one
on Oct 05, 2016
Support the motorcycle with the front wheel off the ground.
Remove the caliper mounting bolts and remove the caliper
Place a plastic or wooden spacer between the brake pads in place of the disc. Then, if the brake lever is inadvertently applied, the pistons will not be forced out of the caliper.If the pistons are forced out, disassemble the caliper to reseat the pistons.
Insert a drift or screwdriver through the front axle hole on the right side to prevent it from rotating.
Loosen and remove only the left side axle nut.
On the right side, loosen the fork slider axle clamp nuts
Prior to removing the front axle, note the location of
the right side spacer and left side spacer. The spacers must
be reinstalled on the correct sides during installation.
Withdraw the front axle from the fork sliders and front wheel.
on Apr 19, 2016
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