Join Date: Nov 2016
Location: America's Dairyland
Mode selector switch for diagnostics
I'm trying to diagnose what's up with my ABS system, as the indicator light's been on for most of the riding season and it's not been functioning.
Sensors appear OK (in place, nothing fouling them) and the ABS fuses are good.
My manual advises getting a mode selector switch to check for fault codes. I checked the normal sources, and they run only $20. But I've never used one of these and don't want to buy one before making sure it'll do what I want.
Anyone used one? And, will this work alone, or does it need to be paired with a computer or other device to determine the codes?
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