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turning off warning lights!

Postby Vogel822 » Sun Jun 15, 2014 2:17 pm

How do i turn off my warning light on my 14 sd

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Re: turning off warning lights!

Postby REDTALE2000 » Sun Jun 15, 2014 3:40 pm

Which lights are you referring to? Pic maybe?
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Re: turning off warning lights!

Postby Vogel822 » Sun Jun 15, 2014 9:45 pm

The service indicator light. (Maitence) light.

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Re: turning off warning lights!

Postby jmann » Sun Jun 15, 2014 11:07 pm

Comrade: The best way is to get the bike serviced.

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Re: turning off warning lights!

Postby ktmguy » Sun Jun 15, 2014 11:20 pm

There is a post somewhere on the forum ho to do it.
I think KevTx posted it.
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Re: turning off warning lights!

Postby kevxtx » Mon Jun 16, 2014 12:21 am

You can ener any mileage on the service indicator. http://www.ktmsmt.com/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=6548

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Re: turning off warning lights!

Postby Vogel822 » Mon Jun 16, 2014 7:00 pm

The bike has 600 miles on it I see no reason why I should bring it in for service, im assuming the service light is on due to the fact its set in km and it has reached the 1st oil change according to KM I found if you press the up and down arrows at the same time it allows you to change service intervals must hold up and down selection for a few seconds and it will pop up.

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Re: turning off warning lights!

Postby FFlash » Mon Jun 16, 2014 7:26 pm

[quote="Vogel822"]The bike has 600 miles on it I see no reason why I should bring it in for service...quote]

If that first service is only to change oil and to make sure that no parts are in danger of immediately falling off AND the warranty in your area doesn't require to you have them complete the service in order to keep the warranty in effect THEN it seems reasonable to skip it.

Anyone know exactly what the dealer does during that first service?

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Re: turning off warning lights!

Postby ktmguy » Mon Jun 16, 2014 10:40 pm

FFlash wrote:
Vogel822 wrote:The bike has 600 miles on it I see no reason why I should bring it in for service...quote]

If that first service is only to change oil and to make sure that no parts are in danger of immediately falling off AND the warranty in your area doesn't require to you have them complete the service in order to keep the warranty in effect THEN it seems reasonable to skip it.

Anyone know exactly what the dealer does during that first service?


If mileage is wrong use Kev's system to correct it.
600 miles is correct as here it's 1000km.
Just for warranty sakes I suggest you bite the bullet and get it done.
I'm a better mechanic than most and this one I take to them so they can't wiggle out of any warranty issues. I already rang them yesterday about the rear hub being shite.
If I look at the cost of fixing that, it doesn't even compare to the service cost.

I have been told by the dealer the following will be done for the first service.
Change oil and filters. Check airfilter and replace if needed.
Give the bike an overall check and fix-adjust if needed.
Connect to diagnostic tool and read faults, update software if needed, log KM's to KMT, setup shift light and new service interval (15000km).
Here in Oz they have also been advised to replace brake fluids as they turn dark.

I'm sure the peeps who had it done can add to it.
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Re: turning off warning lights!

Postby Vogel822 » Mon Jun 16, 2014 11:48 pm

i here ya I should just bring her in

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Re: turning off warning lights!

Postby kylezx10 » Sun Jul 06, 2014 3:35 pm

At least change the oil no telling what crap is floating around in there, build lube, break in shavings. I believe the rest is for safety on their side, nothing falling off causing problems

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Re: turning off warning lights!

Postby Zaq » Thu Jul 10, 2014 11:58 pm

Kevxtx posted the link - here's what's on it as the link was f'n slow for me:

The next service due is shown on the dash for a few seconds when you first turn on the key.

To reset the km or months until next service.

- hold the up and down buttons and turn on the ignition
- continue to hold the up and down buttons until the display cycles through all the menus
- continue to hold the up and down buttons when the setting menu is reached
- let go the buttons & push both of them again & hold
- after a few seconds the settings menu will change to allow you to choose the kms and months until next service
- You can now let go of the up and down buttons
- If you end up on the MTC/ABS screen you have gone to far start over again
- Use the "set" button to increase the numbers. Keep going and the kms and months will cycle back around to 0 if you go past your choice.

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Re: turning off warning lights!

Postby OldTLSDoug » Fri Jul 11, 2014 11:48 am

Factory oil is not synthetic, and actually, I found out, is more expensive. When I went through my oil leak with them they ran through a couple of liters with all the cover and gasket work. I was happy to see they knew the difference. By the way, I did my first service myself. I have the service manual, so I just followed it. Basically change the oil and reset the service warning. Resetting the service warning does reset the shift lights, so if they call it an extra task, they are just making it sound more complicated. The whole thing took a few minutes, except when I spilled oil on the garage floor. But, I am good to go now and no issues. Just waiting for the Akrapovic pipe to come in.
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Re: turning off warning lights!

Postby steveberde » Sat Sep 13, 2014 11:30 pm

Does that reset the rpm limiter notification as well? Anyone?
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Zaq wrote:Kevxtx posted the link - here's what's on it as the link was f'n slow for me:

The next service due is shown on the dash for a few seconds when you first turn on the key.

To reset the km or months until next service.

- hold the up and down buttons and turn on the ignition
- continue to hold the up and down buttons until the display cycles through all the menus
- continue to hold the up and down buttons when the setting menu is reached
- let go the buttons & push both of them again & hold
- after a few seconds the settings menu will change to allow you to choose the kms and months until next service
- You can now let go of the up and down buttons
- If you end up on the MTC/ABS screen you have gone to far start over again
- Use the "set" button to increase the numbers. Keep going and the kms and months will cycle back around to 0 if you go past your choice.

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Re: turning off warning lights!

Postby DMacL » Sun Sep 14, 2014 8:01 am

steveberde wrote:Does that reset the rpm limiter notification as well? Anyone?
Thanks
Steve


The RPM warning light trigger rpm can be set in the menus.
The bike will ignore that setting until it has done 1000km.


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