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Stradale rev limiter lights

I was washing the Stradale the other day and both the yellow and red rev limiter lights on the dash came on and have stayed on. They are not causing any issues with running but definitely slowly drain the battery when parked up. I tried disconnecting the battery to maybe reboot the system but no luck. Any ideas?
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Something somewhere has short circuited !!! Inside the dash would be my guess. Water ingress??? Open the dash and dry it out ????

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Thanks, I guess that's really the only option. I'm going to have to open it up somehow.
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Shouldn't be too hard... they did put it together.... and I'll bet it is just a few screws after you have it in hand.

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My advice would be to put a shower cap over the dash when you wash it in future - had water ingress on my previous Multistrada and it's a pain in the arse.

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