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post #21 of 23 (permalink) Old 02-27-2012, 12:38 PM
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Re: Gauge cluster is trippin!!!

Originally Posted by n-da-ring View Post
I have the same problem. I've changed speed rotor, speed sensor, and even tried new front harness an speed still won't display. Next is a new cluster. Does anyone know what else it could be.
Im in the same boat... =\
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post #22 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-05-2012, 02:05 PM
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Re: Gauge cluster is trippin!!!

Guys this is a point in the front harness where all of the grounds Meet Up, and they are all connected using this Copper plate. the wires get hot melting the plastic connector and loose the connection. try cleaning up the plug,wires, ect. Im having the SAME EXACT problem on my new 05 Gsxr 750. i actually dont know if this connects to anything though. it seems like all this does is bring All the grounds together, heading down to the main harness connector with, I Think, One ground. this should not be a Permanent fix though, i dont think.... Something made these wires hot, that somthing isnt fixed, only the connection. ive been reading Everything from The Geek. Checked my starter button today, checked the main clip. with a VERY little bit of green corrosion. No bent pins or burns on the gauge. Somehow it looks like we are some of the FEW with this problem causing our troubles. No headlights, no turn signals, no dash, besides the neutral light. Although the Horn does work lol. Please let me know if you guys find or found Anything on this Thanks! -Sean
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post #23 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-05-2012, 07:45 PM
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Re: Gauge cluster is trippin!!!

i actually fixed this problem aswell guys! the plastic connector that was causing the problem; i sanded the top of it down with fine sandpaper just to get it smooth, wiggle around your wired trying to break up some of the burnt plastic. next pull out the metal connector that, well connects all the wires. sand down all sides on it, then pack the clip or female side with Dielectric grease, next connect it back, putting the black cap back on. then re-connect all other connectors. hook Up your battery and Check. WALA!
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