When you start the bike the ABS system is waiting for you to start going, hence spinning the wheels, so it can test itself. Then the ABS failure light goes away (assuming all is well with your braking system). Same thing on some cars. Now if your ABS light stays on while driving you will need to look into it. Many threads on that subject, and more often than none the resolution is to add brake fluid in the rear reservoir, or your battery may have a low charge.378 said:My brake failure light says on when I first start the bike. Then after it warms up it goes out.
Check the brake fluid. Mine did that once in the cold, and the rear brake thingy was low.378 said:My brake failure light says on when I first start the bike. Then after it warms up it goes out.
Also having trouble shifting in the cold. Will not shift to first. Once it engages all works fine.