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Old 02-28-2012, 01:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Speedometer not functioning

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Battery died bought a new one. Everything started and functioned with new battery. Needle swept to full and back. Took bike out for a quick ride and now the speedometer registers no speed. Checked Fuses all were fine. Power Commander V is powered up and appears to be working fine.

Any suggestions for what possibly could have gone wrong that i can check myself before taking to the dealership and spending an inordinate amount of money to fix this.

I read every speedometer post i could find and did not find anything similar to my dilemma.
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Old 02-28-2012, 01:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Did you replace the speedometer face at any point ? If so you may want to check to see if the needle seated all the way down or may have vibrated loose.
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Old 02-28-2012, 02:33 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Speedometer face never removed have not even looked into how to remove it and needle swings freely when ignition is turned on.
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Old 03-02-2012, 12:46 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Thank you very much for the post but... I pulled the tank off and started looking for the connector but I am not finding it. Lot of red wires found under tank but no green. So do i need to cut into the loom to find it? Sorry but not that familiar with bikes is it not under the tank on the fury? If not any chance someone knows where the connector is on the fury.
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Unfortunately the previous diagram is not for the Fury .
Here is the correct one if it is of any help ...

The connector is a 20 pin (gray) at the base of the instrument cluster (speedo).

Odds are the problem is related to replacement of the battery so an R&R is in order to see if anything appears disturbed. The speed sensor is to the right of the transmission output in front of the swing arm pivot. It's 3P black connector is above and to the right and not easily accessible with the rear fender and wheel in place. If you are serious about saving money you need your own shop manual, not mine
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Had to look for what R&R meant in your post LOL.

R&R - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Remove and replace. Motorcycle/Auto mechanic terminology. A work order may read.....Main fuse blowing. Diagnose and repair electrical system short circuit, R&R battery and main fuse, check charging.

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OH well took the bike in since i could not find the issue.

They called today and said the speed sensor is bad.

Said they are ordering a new one to check.

BUT if it is the speed sensor they have to take then entire motor out to replace then sensor.

Holy Cr@p glad I took it in I would not be prepared or comfortable doing something like that.
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Old 03-07-2012, 05:50 PM   #8 (permalink)
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WHOA! Take the motor out? It must be an internal sensor?
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Old 11-22-2012, 12:35 AM   #10 (permalink)
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Hey I hate to hash up old stuff, but I'm having the exact same problem. Dead battery R&R bike runs great but no speedo. Took it in and they said remove the engine and all. Shop is estimating $600ish for this, which blows my mind. I'm wondering if this is in the ball park of what you were charged. Please any insight would be helpful.

Also my bike is a '10 model but only has 300 miles on it. (I know what your thinking but new born baby's don't allow much riding) So it's out of warranty but I still feel like this is a defect/issue. Should I piss and moan to get Honda to cover some cost?


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