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post #1 of 10 Old 05-11-2016, 10:14 PM Thread Starter
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Speedometer is flashing dashes!!

I trailered my bike from FL to NC and when I went to ride it the speedometer is just dashes flashing, stopped or riding. No speed reading. Also dtc and abs are flashing so Im sure those arent working. Some kinda speed sensor I guess? Something must have happened during the trailer ride. Any ideas? I only have 3 days here to enjoy the bike and mountains
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post #2 of 10 Old 05-11-2016, 10:16 PM Thread Starter
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Also I looked at it and my friend looked at it. Hes very mechanical but doesnt know much about Ducatis. We didnt notice anything obvious. Checked where the sensor are front and back, wires look ok.
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My 899 kinda had the same problem this morning. I went to start it and got a rapid clicking sound, which tells me the battery has low voltage. So I went into the dashboard settings to check voltage and saw 11.7V. I turned the bike off for a few seconds then tried again to start the bike. This time the tachometer, oil light, EBC (dashes), DTC (dashes), and DQS indicators were all flashing, and the fan was constantly on. So I took my Grom to work.

I came back this afternoon and tried to start my 899 again. This time I got the rapid clicking again and "low" when checking battery voltage. I'm thinking my dashboard went crazy this morning due to low battery voltage. Maybe yours did the same?

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post #4 of 10 Old 05-12-2016, 03:23 AM
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Did you try disconnecting the battery and reconnecting.
Had an issue after a after a spin kind of burnout in sand and my ABS light came one and the bike was in limp mode.
Disconnected the battery a reconnected, and that was it. Saved me a unnecessary trip to the dealership.


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I havent messed with the battery. Ill try that first.
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Disconnecting battery didnt work. Took it to dealer. Sensor in the rear wheel went out. $260 to replace. All good now. Warranty expired a month ago just my luck!
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Wow. I'll put that one in my toolbox! I didn't know this could just happen like that. I haul my bike a lot.
Glad you could get it resolved quick.


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Was it just unlucky or did the trailering have any part in causing it?
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post #10 of 10 Old 05-16-2016, 10:30 PM Thread Starter
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I have no idea. I dont see how trailering it could cause this but seems weird how it was fine when I loaded it and completely dead speed sensor when I pulled it off trailer 11 hour drive later.
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