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post #1 of 10 Old 09-26-2007, 11:58 PM Thread Starter
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Temperature Guage on 954

Okay, I was pushing random button combos trying to figure out how to set my clock on my 02 954 since I DON'T have an owner's manual and the service manual doesn't tell you how to do something so simple. So, after about 10 minutes of trying I finally got it figured out.

And then twenty minutes later I realized that my temperature guage was displaying the temperature in celsius rather than the fahrenheit I'm used to.

So my question is, does anyone know how to change this back?
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Re: Temperature Guage on 954

Hold the right button for like 10 secs or somthing
you will see it change back...its holding the right button only...
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Re: Temperature Guage on 954

Erm im not sure how to change that back...

But about the clock, you have to push both buttons until the hours start flashing, then one button to adjust the time and one to switch between hour and minuite...

Btw, on my clock there is on button that changes the clocks over from MPH to KPH, does that also change the temp display?
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Re: Temperature Guage on 954

Thanks guys. Seeing as how I JUST got back from riding about ten minutes ago, I'll try to change it back tomorrow.

But in the meantime, I'm starting to get used to this whole celsius thing!
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get used to this whole celsius thing!
yup its easy - pure water freezes at 0 boils at 100, what could be easier?!
never got my head around using F, 32=freezing? what? when's it boiling over? Nah, give me C in practical use any day (and K if we're being scientific)
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Thanks guys. Seeing as how I JUST got back from riding about ten minutes ago, I'll try to change it back tomorrow.

But in the meantime, I'm starting to get used to this whole celsius thing!

Its used here in the UK for most things, not many people use Fahrenheit. My blade's fan normally kicks in about 100-102 oC and then kicks out about 98 oC
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Re: Temperature Guage on 954

I like faharenheit, but thats because everything i grew up with is in that terms.... Celsius is much easier in general but i can relate the F temps easier.
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I was brought up with C not F so I'm the other way round!
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Re: Temperature Guage on 954

Btw, on my clock there is on button that changes the clocks over from MPH to KPH???
WHAT BUTTON is that???
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Btw, on my clock there is on button that changes the clocks over from MPH to KPH???
WHAT BUTTON is that???


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