To prevent scratches use care when cleaning instrument faces. Some models of motorcycles may have acrylic faces.
Travel at speeds appropriate for road and conditions and never travel faster than posted speed limit. Excessive speed can cause loss of vehicle control, which could result in death or serious injury. (00008a)
See Figure 1. The speedometer registers forward vehicle speed in miles per hour (mph) (U.S.) and/or kilometers per hour (km/h).
Instrument backlighting activates after a slight delay. The backlighting can briefly change when ambient lighting changes (such as going through a tunnel).
See OPERATING RECOMMENDATIONS section. Do not operate the engine above maximum safe RPM as shown under OPERATION (red zone on tachometer). Lower the RPM by upshifting to a higher gear or reducing the amount of throttle. Failure to lower RPM may cause equipment damage. (00159a)
See Figure 1. The tachometer measures the engine speed in revolutions per minute (rpm x 100).
Fuel Gauge
See Figure 1. The fuel gauge indicates the approximate amount of fuel in the fuel tank.
See Figure 1. The voltmeter indicates the measured electrical system voltage. With the engine running above 1500 rpm, the voltmeter registers 13.0-14.5 V with battery at full charge.
1Fuel gauge
5Low fuel
6Turn signal
7Oil pressure
8Odometer window
9Gear indicator
11Check engine
12Cruise control
13Security lamp
14Headlamp high beam
15Auxiliary/fog lamp indicator
16Anti-lock brake system (ABS) icon (km/h ABS icon lamp also shown)
17Engine coolant temperature
18Battery discharge
19Light sensor (not an indicator)
20Low tire pressure/TPMS malfunction lamp
21Not used on these models
Figure 1. Instruments