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Ok, guys I haven’t been around in a while but I’m in trouble and need your help.
My bike is completely dead, no power, no lights, no nothing. I checked the battery, the cables, the fuses, everything I can think of.
Here’s what happened. I was driving the bike and was trying to re-set a value in the Koso meter while driving. (The max eng temp)
The meter started flashing and as soon as I pulled up to a light the bike died. I can work the key back and forth and I sometimes can get power to come through but it will be reversed meaning the meter will light up when the key is in the off position. I keep working the key and can get power through it for a second but when I try to start the bike nothing.
I’ve also seen a error 1 code come up. I’m thinking a relay or switch burned out some how.
I’m not an electrician any help would be greatly appreciated
 

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I don't have the Koso meter, so bear with me. Can you unplug the wiring harness from the meter? Or, disconnect it? Did you recently wash your bike or ride in the rain? Just trying to throw out some ideas... Good luck and I hope you get her going! Jevers
 

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Try plugging in the stock speedo, if it runs with the stock one the koso meter is toast.
If it makes no difference I'd check for a loose wire or bad connection on the key switch.
Dusty,
Tried that, no current either one.
I’m thinking I burned up the switch or a relay playing with resetting a value while at speed 🤷🏼‍♂️🤷🏼‍♂️
Thanks for the input though
 

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Man the exact same thing happened to me, I actually found this forum searching for advice. After stopping at the pumps and filling up, I turned the key and nada. Worked all the way up to the ignition switch, and to get to that connection it looks like you gotta take the gas tank off? First bike here, but I've done minor to moderate jobs on cars. Should be doable but does anyone have advice? (I am gonna syphon the fuel out first 😂)
 
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