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My 2012 classic displays the outside ambient temperature in Centigrade. Does anyone know how to change it to fahrenheit? I can't fin anything in the rider manual?
 

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I couldn't find it either, try keeping the button pushed, just like if you were resetting the trip meter or so.
I'll try the same as soon as I get to my bike.
 

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Problem solved- dealer reprogram. I would have left it as it was and done the math, but with gloves and boots on, I couldn't get to my fingers and toes! :):)
 

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That good las, couldn't get to my fingers & toes.

Isn't it a bit ironic, the dealer had to reprogram that for you, but a digital tire pressure gauge gives you 3 scales, & a $10 alarm clock with temp. & humidity can give you multiple information using F or C.:confused:
 

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That good las, couldn't get to my fingers & toes.

Isn't it a bit ironic, the dealer had to reprogram that for you, but a digital tire pressure gauge gives you 3 scales, & a $10 alarm clock with temp. & humidity can give you multiple information using F or C.:confused:
planned obsolescence? :donatello: I think it's all a big pile of :001_9898:
 

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Problem solved- dealer reprogram. I would have left it as it was and done the math, but with gloves and boots on, I couldn't get to my fingers and toes! :):)
Hahahahah



And totally agree Clem, it is ridiculous that you can not only change that by just pressing a button or something like that.

Also consider how spoiled we are with this bike, who really needs to know what gear you are on. Not needed but I definitely love it. :clap:
 

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Hey las. Finally got boots & gloves off.


While we're bitching about the computer, has anyone noticed a slight difference in the trip meter and the odometer readings when filling up?
las, you probably fill up as often as anyone.
 

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While we're bitching about the computer, has anyone noticed a slight difference in the trip meter and the odometer readings when filling up?
las, you probably fill up as often as anyone.
And has anyone :mob: noticed a slight difference in the "smilies"

You are welcome. :001_tt2:
 
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