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post #1 of 5 Old 06-25-2014, 1:16 PM Thread Starter
 
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Clock/trip resetting

Hey all,
Well, this is my first post here and unfortunately it's a troubleshooting one. I did search on here for this issue which is what got me this far. My clock/trip resetting everytime I turn the ignition off. The fuses are all good. I found the gray plug towards the front of the bike where the red/green(clock) wire is. Everything look ok and I didn't notice any corrosion. I tested the wire with a test light, however, and got nothing. I'm a little stumped. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Re: Clock/trip resetting

Well, for what's it worth, I had the whole bike apart and pretty much narrowed it down to the cluster. It was corroded inside and is probably the issue. I don't see a way to replace the fuel reserve sending unit as its attached to the fuel pump. Am I missing something? I don't know if I can justify 250$ for a cluster that's used.
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Re: Clock/trip resetting

If you can see it's corroded, I'll assume that you have the cluster apart? You can clean up the contacts: male with a pencil eraser and female with a cut up emery board. Put it back together with a little dielectric grease.G/L
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Re: Clock/trip resetting

Electrical cleaner works pretty good too.
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Re: Clock/trip resetting

I did try electric cleaner but I didn't try the eraser/emery board method. I will give that a shot along with some dielectric grease and see what happens.
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