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post #1 of 7 Old 05-09-2007, 9:31 PM Thread Starter
 
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when i activate the brake....to foot or lever, the dash lights and tach light up
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Re: dash cluster

Uhhhhh....did you have a question?
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Re: dash cluster

I need a dash for a 1982 Honda Sabre 750 or a dash schematic so I can resolder four wires that were ripped out of the bottom.
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Re: dash cluster

yeah, my question would be why does this happen....obviuos wire issue, but where do i start
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Re: dash cluster

Jerry H, I think you posted in the wrong thread. This is the Fireblade forum mate. No Sabre 750 info in here!

Icon, yup, it is a wire harness issue. Some aspect of the wiring system that is common to the braking system (front and rear brakes) is connecting with the dash lighting system.

Doesn't the 954 dash lighting stay on when you start the bike? You need to get ahold of the 954 wiring schematic, and trace the wires to see where a junction of the two wires might meet up.

Was your bike in an accident? Was it once a race bike?
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Re: dash cluster

Good chance you have a short somewhere. Look for pinched or chafed wires...

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Re: dash cluster

thanks for al the info guys, found 2 wires that were crossed
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