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post #1 of 5 Old Nov 26th, 2016, 4:41 pm Thread Starter
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I bought a set of risers / pull backs and installed them last night . I now can't get the menus to work or the wonder wheel ,I have checked the fuses but may have pulled a wire loose . Has anyone had the same or know of a fix without having to take the bike to a dealership?? This may be too late by the time it gets read as the time differences from you and me in Australia.
I look forward to any help thanks guys. I am dreading taking it to the dealerships as it wont be cheap.
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Did you check the wiring plugs on that side. Also the plug on the right bar to the throttle, don't ask me how I know.
A blown fuse is unlikely, usually it's something you did in the arrea of the wonder wheel.

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post #3 of 5 Old Nov 26th, 2016, 9:28 pm Thread Starter
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Did you check the wiring plugs on that side. Also the plug on the right bar to the throttle, don't ask me how I know.
A blown fuse is unlikely, usually it's something you did in the arrea of the wonder wheel.

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That is what I was thinking. I did have the right side plug come out ,it has a line of pins that can only be reconnected one way so I am sure it will be the left side .
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Did you check the wiring plugs on that side. Also the plug on the right bar to the throttle, don't ask me how I know.
A blown fuse is unlikely, usually it's something you did in the arrea of the wonder wheel.

Good Luck
I did but the more I thought about it and after your suggestion I just went out took the clutch handle off and looked inside the wonder wheel then got a small screw driver and pushed the plugs that I could see and guess what ? yes it did the job they must have been just sitting on the connection area without making contact ,thanks you are the man . A big thank you as it has saved me lots of stress and $$$$$$ from taking it to a stealership .
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When you have time, take the small dust cover loose on the WW to check the wire forming & placement ensuring they lay straight, not twisted or pinched.
Search on how to gain access, it's easy but tedious.

Had the twisted on two bikes after dealer did the warranty switch replacements.
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