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« on: February 24, 2014, 10:15:01 AM »

Hello all,
I am posting this question for a friend that just picked up a 2004 800SS with around 10000 mi. Everything seems to be in order and in good running condition with the exception of the gauges.

The speedometer doesnt move at all (I assume the mileage isn't climbing either but I'm not sure), and the tach is stuck showing 4000 rpm running or not. Are they both run off of sensors or cables? Are they controlled separately or by the same sensor? I haven't been able to find much online yet.

Can anyone give us a starting point to look at? He is a ducati novice like myself. The only expierence i have is with another friends 01 996. I am not fimiliar with interchangable parts and such.

He bought this Saturday, and I wasnt aware of any problems. The ad neglected to disclose them. He found out after he drove to get it and bought it anyway. Again, just looking for a starting point to find a solution.

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Andrew
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« Reply #1 on: February 24, 2014, 10:43:46 AM »

when he turns the key on do the gauges go through the start-up, meaning does the tach go to redline then back to zero, same with the speedo, or do they not move at all?  being that the bike is computer controlled, I would assume they are run on separate sensors, I am guessing at that, I have not owned this model..  Maybe check the fuses, relays, pull the plug out of the back of the dash and inspect the pins to be sure they aren't bent, smashed, or broken..  you could check to see if the speed sensor is good by finding someone close to you with nearly any monster or ss with a rear wheel speed sensor, just swap it with a known good one or put your possibly bad one on their bike, just in case there is an electrical issue on your friends bike..  if its not any of these, you may want to hit Indy Ducati up, their service department is top notch... 

Mike
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« Reply #2 on: February 24, 2014, 07:13:01 PM »

I dont believe either gauge does the full sweep opening ceremony.
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