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Old 03-25-2011, 11:52 PM   #1
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How to switch from Fahrenheit (°F) to Celsius (°C)

I found this after looking for weeks on the related sites. I have tried it on my bike but think i may be doing something wrong in between step 4 and 5. maybe you guys are able to make it happen and share with us.

Switching over the water temperature display

1. Turn on the main switch with the “RESET” and “SELECT” buttons held down.
“Co” appears in the left of the display area for the distance and time.

2. Press the “SELECT” button. The display changes to “dIAG “.

3. Press both the “RESET” and “SELECT” buttons at the same time.
“d01: xx” appears in the display area. (A certain number is displayed in “xx”.)

4. Pressing the “RESET” button 2 times displays “d62: xx”.
The “xx” in “d62: xx” indicates which thermometric scale to display, Celsius or
Fahrenheit.

“00” = No display
“01” = Celsius (°C)
“02” = Fahrenheit (°F)

To change the display, operate the engine switch “OFF” → “ON”. The thermometric
indication changes in order of “00”, “01”, “02”, and back to “00” and so on.

5. When the desired scale appears, turn off the main switch.
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Old 03-26-2011, 05:54 PM   #2
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can anyone test this on their US clusters / speedo and post some success?
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On the 06, Diag 62 clears fault codes.

Just looked at the 07/08 service manual, same thing....

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how about 63?
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how about 63?
isnt a 63, skips to 70.
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I have a 2010 R1 Euro with a US spec dash, my dash doesn't have C-degrees built in, the easiest way to tell if yours does is-
With your display turned off have a look across it in the sunlight you should be able to see where the C for Celsius would illuminate, mine only has the spot for F built in.
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