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Old 05-04-2013, 07:52 PM   #10
slartidbartfast
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Originally Posted by estlerd View Post
The other day after washing my 01 1150GS the gear indicator went haywire. It might show fifth gear when it was in second. Shifting up to third it might show a downshift to first. Strangely the neutral indicator worked perfect. Anyway, after riding awhile, in dry conditions, the problem went away & has not repeated.
The gear indicator and neutral indicator are two separate devices, stacked on top of each other on the back of the transmission. You might just spray a load of WD-40 down there which could help. Best is to avoid spraying water down there while washing your bike. Certainly don't EVER use a pressure washer.
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