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Offline Rock

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Tur;ning off the Low Batt for front and rear tire
« on: February 02, 2018, 04:26:37 pm »
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I read previously on how to turn off the warning Low Batt F tire, R tire. Can't find now.  I don't want to pay now for changing out on my tires that don't need replacing probably for a few months. The warning comes every morning now with ambient temps below 45 deg. Then the display goes back to normal after about 10 min of riding. Tires heat up, I'm guessing. The batteries are original as far as I know, i'm third owner with 26.5 K now. Bike is a 2013 w/the nice Blue!

So, please educate me on the procedure or where to find. I'm not so "techy" now but in another life I was an AF Conehead!

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Re: Tur;ning off the Low Batt for front and rear tire
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2018, 04:45:30 pm »
Hold the top button on the cluster, then push the bottom button.

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Re: Tur;ning off the Low Batt for front and rear tire
« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2018, 04:55:07 pm »
All:The warning comes every morning now with ambient temps below 45 deg. Then the display goes back to normal after about 10 min of riding.

Common issue.
My 2011 has done this since new.
Li batteries.

I just ignore it until it goes out. Only happens during cooler weather, like you say.
Tire pressures are usually perfect once it starts working again.

Bad thing about this, if you really DO have low pressure, you won't know what it actually is until you're 10 miles away! Kinda like it "cries wolf."

Just a few fleas that seem to come with the dog, I guess.
2011 C14 ABS (current bike)
1982 Yamaha XJ1100J (sold)
1979 Yamaha XS11 (3200 original miles)
In the warden's words from Cool Hand Luke;
"What we have here is a failure to communicate."