Alastuber said:What are the symptoms of your ABS failure?
I once had a new battery from cascade bmw that was new, but could not handle a load charge after a day. Go figure.then WHAMO next I had the stuck starter relay on my past '99. Could have been a friday night battery.Handlebar said:Al
break failure lights start flashing back and forth. Bike has a new battery, break fluid on the handlebar..and i couldn't find a resevoir around the rear, right saddle bag. Riders manual shows there should be a resevoir around the saddlebag and I just dont see it. LT is an 03. Dealership in Sturgis will look at it but i hope they dont have to order parts cuz then I'm screwed.
As stated, low fluid level is a symptom of brake pad wear. For what little it takes, find the time to check the pad thickness. Only takes a few minutes and it doesn't cost anything. Some of us here only get 10-15k out of a set of rear pads. (Might just save you a rotor replacement.) If pads are good, add fluid and "just ride it."Handlebar said:worn brakepads??..hmm..do you know if there is a resevoir somewhere around the right rear saddlebag?? wonder if a dealer's compute will tell them exactly what's causing the ABS fault or faults..
this bike has 11,700 miles on it. I would't think the pads are the problem..
No problem...Handlebar said:Yo Jo
Yup, looks like the rear resevoir was a little low..no mo disco lites right now..lol..damn, i remember the old disco sucks t-shirt I used to have..lolol
And the Metzelers are going on..
thx again, you folks were helpful to me today and I appreciate it..