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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-06-2006, 03:59 AM Thread Starter
 
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03 cbr600rr intrument pannel

Hey all I'm new to this forum - recently bought a used 03' CBR600RR (in RED)

Last night while riding I noticed the right blinker signal works intermitently and the same with the high beam light. Is something lose or possibly a short?

Another pain in as well is the fuel gague seems to be off slightly, after I fill it up it says there is only 5 of 7 blocks. Which also plays a role with the low fuel blinking. When I fill it up, i fill it to the metal cage that's there to let you know how far the gas cap goes down.

Is it a possibility that my instrument panel is all together messed up or maybe there is a loose wire? Bike still has 2 years left on the warantee.

Any help would be great! THanks!


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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-06-2006, 11:16 AM
 
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You have an open, where the circuit has been interrupted by a broken wire or loose connection. Since it is intermittent, one or more of your connectors or switches are probably corroded or loose. Your or your dealer can take each one apart and spray contact cleaner in them, and see how tight they are.
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You have an open, where the circuit has been interrupted by a broken wire or loose connection. Since it is intermittent, one or more of your connectors or switches are probably corroded or loose. Your or your dealer can take each one apart and spray contact cleaner in them, and see how tight they are.
Check plugs first to make sure every thing is tight. If the bike has been crashed. Check the damaged area for broken or bare wires.

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