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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-22-2018, 01:45 PM Thread Starter
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Instrument lights, etc...

I just bought a used 2016 Fury and have a couple questions:

1: Manual says "High temperature" light should come on briefly when key is turned on. Mine doesn't, so I'm unsure if sending unit is defective and I won't get a warning if the bike overheats. Where do I look?

2: Manual says clock is 12-hour format but mine seems to be 24-hour format. How do I switch to 12-hour format?

Thanks in advance.

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I just bought a used 2016 Fury and have a couple questions:

1: Manual says "High temperature" light should come on briefly when key is turned on. Mine doesn't, so I'm unsure if sending unit is defective and I won't get a warning if the bike overheats. Where do I look?

2: Manual says clock is 12-hour format but mine seems to be 24-hour format. How do I switch to 12-hour format?

Thanks in advance.

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I'll check how mine functions when you turn the key on. If yours doesn't light, I would look at the LED in the cluster. It coming on on key on is not checking the sensor, but the display.

I think mine is 24 hour, I did not see anything about switching.

Edit: Mine only shows Neutral, Oil, and CEL on key power. But if you want to go through the troubleshooting, it is covered in section 22 of the shop manual. Here is a link to a copy of the manual on dropbox => https://www.furyforums.com/forum/fur...aded-link.html

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Thanks for the info. I checked the shop manual and it does *not* indicate "lamp check" for hi-temp indicator -- that's different from what owner's manual says, so I guess i'm working properly.

shop manual has no mention of 12-hour clock format, so I guess I'll just do the math in the afternoons...

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Thanks for the info. I checked the shop manual and it does *not* indicate "lamp check" for hi-temp indicator -- that's different from what owner's manual says, so I guess i'm working properly.

shop manual has no mention of 12-hour clock format, so I guess I'll just do the math in the afternoons...

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as I don't need the bike for work what I have done is set the clock to read the other way so at 5 pm it shows 5.00 and obviously then at 5 am it shows 17.00 but then I'm in bed lol
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as I don't need the bike for work what I have done is set the clock to read the other way so at 5 pm it shows 5.00 and obviously then at 5 am it shows 17.00 but then I'm in bed lol
I actually thought about doing the exact same thing. I'm retired and I generally ride in the afternoon, so seeing "2:00" rather than"14:00" makes sense...
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2: Manual says clock is 12-hour format but mine seems to be 24-hour format. How do I switch to 12-hour format?
https://www.furyforums.com/forum/hon...dard-time.html

There is no 12-hour format it seems.

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There is no 12-hour format it seems.
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I actually thought about doing the exact same thing. I'm retired and I generally ride in the afternoon, so seeing "2:00" rather than"14:00" makes sense...
please tell my wife I do something that makes sense, she wouldn't believe it lol

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