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gweedstermed
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LCD display

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LCD working intermittently. Please help I warm up the motorcycle after about 30 minutes it starts to come up and then after 1 hour or more it starts to go away. I can't figure out why? Please help anyone please please please Tech dude


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Be sure to check the connection in front of the ignition switch and under the meter panel.

Year is always helpful and do you have NAVI ???
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I have checked all the connections in the dash panel gauge cluster in front of ignition and nothing. Checked all the wires under the seat and in the trunk and can't find any problem but the display does come up after warm up and gets hot within 30 minutes and slowly goes out. Once the motorcycle cools down a little bit the display comes back up and after a couple hours of not running the display goes back to blank
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Thanks all but to close this out. I fixed the bike display. After checking every wire on the bike as well as all the plugs it came down to just a bad display. The little small picture tube on the back of the display burned out and would work but not for long so I ordered a used display for 150 dollars and works great. Plugged in and came right on. A new one costs about 360 dollars on amazon and of course dealer sells for 762 dollars. Goodluck all.
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gweedstermed wrote: Tue Jan 19, 2021 2:24 pm Thanks all but to close this out. I fixed the bike display. After checking every wire on the bike as well as all the plugs it came down to just a bad display. The little small picture tube on the back of the display burned out and would work but not for long so I ordered a used display for 150 dollars and works great. Plugged in and came right on. A new one costs about 360 dollars on amazon and of course dealer sells for 762 dollars. Goodluck all.
Thanks for closing it with the fix. Ride safe.


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