If all are that it's more like connection issue. but you can open the clock no problem. The bulbs are very tiny and have a plastic holder that needs to turn to loosen and replace.303andrewp said:Discovered, last night, that my instruement panel lights are out. Anyone have an idea how to change them??? My manual doesn't seem to cover this!!
I have an F41000
Hey chill out man. It's going to be OK, I promise. You'll feel much better once we get you your medication, I promise.303andrewp said:Well, thanks fellas!!!! Lotta help!!! May as well give Cagiva USA a call. Probably get the same response!!!
cryptyk said:I have the same prob. A flaky bulb on the speedo. Tach is fine. I'm sure mine is just a connection issue because it's flaky. Just haven't opened it up yet, but it looks pretty easy. Just pull the nose off, and you can see how the speedo is attached.
??303andrewp said:Well, thanks fellas!!!! Lotta help!!! May as well give Cagiva USA a call. Probably get the same response!!!
I think there's a separate thread about this somewhere, but from memory the consensus was to simply remove the bulb.Obmot said:
Sventekoz said:Yep - I think you might be right. I'll try to find the old post...
On older bikes you could switch it off, by law it needs to stay on and became an idiot light like you say. Open the tacho and stick black tape over it inside. All lights are led's except for the LCD screen and rev counter.Obmot said: