I would bet you'll have to remove at least the front wings and nose to get to it. I didn't look back on mine when I had the tupperware off last night during an ECU swap.Hi there. I did find a connector and pulled it. Looked spotless inside.
I found a display on eBay with good photos and it looked like the same plug I pulled so I’m not 100% sure it’s corrosion.
i suspect it’s failed as the backlight is working ok which probably means power is getting to the unit.
im not sure how to get to the back of that panel at the moment but I suspect it means taking the front of my bike apart?
thanks for your help
What year is your bike?Hi all. Had a root around things today. That fuse is good and definately live.
I then went up to the socket at the front of the bike and using a paper clip I checked for 12 volts. It looks like there is no power at the female side of the socket at all. I’m assuming one of those pins is live at all times.
looking close I could see it’s labelled pin 1 to 6.
Thank you for result / feedback.Hi all. to close off this thread.
As suggested by the wiser people on this forum, the + supply has a break in it. I have run a temporary singular cable from the red/white wire going in to the multi plug, directly to the battery going over the top of the tank. This has got the display and digital gear indicator working as it should.
I’ll be removing the tank over the summer as part of my service schedule so I’ll install a better, more permanent fix for the broken cable.
Thanks to the posters on this thread for pointing me in the correct direction to fix this issue.