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Any way to change the clock on Gixxer 750

I have a 01 Gixxer 750 and I am wondering how do i change the clock from millitary time to standard time
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I have a 01 Gixxer 750 and I am wondering how do i change the clock from millitary time to standard time
not sure on the gixxer, but usually if you go through the hours again, it will be civilian time.

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they make the one i posted in a strap on version
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Have you tried the owners manual?

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Have you tried the owners manual?
what's an owners manual?
are those like the destructions that come with stuff you need to assemble?

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they make the one i posted in a strap on version
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what's an owners manual?
are those like the destructions that come with stuff you need to assemble?
in many cases, yes
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I dont have an owners manual... I bought this bike used
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I was trying to help you out to see if suzuki had their manuals in PDF form online like yamaha but no dice

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Did running it all the way through the hours work?
That's how you do it on my SV, so I figured it would be the same.

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unplug the battery.....simpliest fix...

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unplug the battery.....simpliest fix...
Not really, if my way works.
To unhook the battery, you have to take a the seat and stuff off, and then put it back on. you can push the buttons w/o even taking off your gloves.

how does one unplug a battery?


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You could try pressing and holding the select button..see what happens..Ensure that the bike is in the "ON" position...
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You could try pressing and holding the select button..see what happens..Ensure that the bike is in the "ON" position...
I tried that with no luck I tried resetting the clock and cycling through the hours to try to get am pm and that didnt work... I dont understand how unplugging the battery will help either... but the battery is brand new and was replaced a couple months ago...
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Un hooking the battery sets it to factory defaults..Kinda like when you unplug your alarm clock.
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I tried that with no luck I tried resetting the clock and cycling through the hours to try to get am pm and that didnt work... I dont understand how unplugging the battery will help either... but the battery is brand new and was replaced a couple months ago...
If you unhook the battery, for a min or two, it should reset the clock to 1200, then you will have to set it to the proper time, unless of course you manage to hook it up at exactly noon or midnight.

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Ill have to try the battery thing this weekend that requires un bolting the seat and stuff...
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Yeah its not that bad really...
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This is my favorite way to fix a gixxer clock personally











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This is my favorite way to fix a gixxer clock personally










That would fix it i guess
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