Well that's not good. lol If you bought it your Bike new take it back to the dealership and tell them to fix it.cl said:Ohhhhh noooo...haha this isn't an issue with how fast I'm going.
I really can't tell how fast I'm going. It doesn't work at all.
you could always just put a gps on your bike like me to get a more accurate reading of speed... or in your case any reading at all... haha... sorry... i feel for you.cl said:I checked the cable and everything looks good, other than some dirt and build up.
I cleaned it up and made sure everything was tight, but no luck.
I took my bike out for a ride and the speedometer still isn't working =(
my gps cost me 200 about two years ago, and they are far cheaper than that these days, you can find on for under 150 very easily now.cl said:I just realized what you meant by gps. For some reason it didn't cross my mind that you were talking about a normal gps. I just assumed gps was some type of code word for a detachable speedometer.
I'm hoping that it will be cheaper to just fix my speedometer. Gps systems cost a pretty penny.
well i have my gps hard wired so it stays charged and i can see my accurate speed all the time...hi-tech said:i just get lost for fun. find out about new places i never been before then turn my gps on and get back on track