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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-23-2017, 04:09 AM Thread Starter
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Odometer and speedometer stop to works

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i don't know what happened but after putting the petrol in my motorbike (MV Agusta Brutale 2014 800cc) i switch on the motorbike and staring i note the odometer and speedometer doesn't work anymore , then i restart again but not luck ... truly it is so strange i could not understand what happened ... next days i should bring the moto to the mechanic to check out the throttle anyway does someone met this issue that odometer and speedometer stop to works?

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I would check fuse number 5. I don't believe the bike should start if this fuse were blown though.

It might be as simple as disconnecting and reconnecting your Instrument Panel multi-pin connector to clean the contacts.

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Dear SilentService thanks again for your nice support... I just went to take the motorbike from the mechanic and following your advice I can fix the trouble.
I appreciate that.

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dear Silenservice when I went to the mechanic I just told to disconnecting and reconnecting the Instrument Panel multi-pin connector to clean the contacts and clean with silicone dielectric grease plus he done a revision with software...
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dear Silenservice when I went to the mechanic I just told to disconnecting and reconnecting the Instrument Panel multi-pin connector to clean the contacts and clean with silicone dielectric grease plus he done a revision with software...
How did you go with the gas position error, has it also been eliminated?

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How did you go with the gas position error, has it also been eliminated?
Dear Gregostini ,
following your advise (to buy small tube of dielectric grease and apply it (or have a mechanic apply it) to every electrical connector plug ,particularly, for this problem, on the throttle assembly connector AND the two plugs that go into the ecu), in fact 2 weeks ago i apply this process and after 150 km i did not get the error "stop eng - gas position" ... the mechanic find out also a bit water in the fuel tank and luckily he got the MV Agusta software then makes a upgrade on the motorbike ....i can see the motorbike run smoothly without any particular error now.

i would update again this topic within few weeks if it will be helpful for who met the same my trouble

I should thank you a lot for your great tip !!!!

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