Broken odometer? Hardly...
So I'm heading out to work this morning and I start the bike up. I look at the display and all the LCD bars for four digits in the odometer are lit up. "What the heck is wrong with it?" I thought. Shut the bike off and started it again, and it was still the same. After the self-check, the same four blocks of LCDs stay on. Well, it did rain pretty hard the previous afternoon while I was at work, maybe water got inside and shorted something out. I had to go to work so I didn't have time to dig into anything, and I thought that maybe if I rode it awhile and left it parked in the sun it might dry out and start working again.
On my way to work I glanced down and it read "8890". "Wait a second..." I thought and I clicked through the tripmeters. Everything was working just fine! Turns out I just happened to have exactly 8888 miles on the bike when I parked it the night before!
You know, if I didn't have someplace to go, I would have taken apart the panel.
- Jet Jaguar
It's not an adventure unless you need a tent, a passport, and a leather glove for your shooting hand.