Sounds like a Firmware update will fix this. It's some events that is triggering the reset.Just happened once again. I took my bike earlier to go shopping, everything was fine. Then I took it to go to my friends house and it reset itself. Since the bike is always in my garage. There's no possible interference as somebody said in this thread ( it would do it all the time I use the bike). I noticed that the lean and odometer when to "factory settings" it was not in the settings I always use. Clock went back to 1pm but the date was accurate. I will try to unplug the battery to see if it keeps the date accurate.
Ah, found it in General Information page 53, as one of the seven reasons the ABS indicator may go on: "When the ABS has been subjected to strong electrical interference." I don't think this is causing the clock issue.I didn't see this, until today. No idea how true it is, but it is in the electrical section. I believe it's in the first few pages.
part of that CYA maybe! My dealer service manager needed to run full diagnostics before submitting a ticket to Kawasaki. Problem at the time, I didn't have the time to leave it. So we agreed I would watch the gauges during the startup and the next time it happened I would schedule for the diagnostics. He did log it with Kawasaki in the event it didn't happen again until the 1 year warranty expired, so I could then claim it on warranty. Now, here two years later and it hasn't happened since!I'm sure you are right, but it's an awesome statement to put in there. It pretty well covers Kawasaki for any issue that can't be explained. Like we can argue against something like that?
Yea like that, in 2006 I bought a 2006 ZX-14 (give me a ticket first red). The dealer was 1/8 mile from the interstate, I turned on to the I-17 south entrance ramp, and twisted the throttle with less than a mile on the odometer. A few shorts seconds later I was blending with traffic, in 3rd gear about to red line and speedo read about 135. So, at that point I figured it was about broke in, no need to read the manual..!!!You mean like the Kawasaki break-in procedure?
That's......not exactly what I meant. I meant that, at least for the recent bikes (2019-2022), Kawi has had the exact same procedure no matter which bike it is. The Vulcan 900, Ninja/Versys/Vulcan 650, ZX10R, and H2 all have the exact same break in procedure. I could understand having a similar procedure for similar engines, but not across the whole lineup. That's just the lawyers playing CYA at that point.Yea like that, in 2006 I bought a 2006 ZX-14 (give me a ticket first red). The dealer was 1/8 mile from the interstate, I turned on to the I-17 south entrance ramp, and twisted the throttle with less than a mile on the odometer. A few shorts seconds later I was blending with traffic, in 3rd gear about to red line and speedo read about 135. So, at that point I figured it was about broke in, no need to read the manual..!!!
No never. I have had interference on the 2-way radio but not enough to prevent communications with ground, tower or center, just some annoying static sometimes. And never experienced any problems with navigational instruments. Is that a testimony of reliability or just my great fortune? With my limited experience with blowing **** up, interference wasn't a problem because we used mechanical detonators, but I am told by close sources that with remote radio detonators interference can be real. Now days I'm not carrying around C4 so of no concern (damn that C4 is great stuff!).Eagle six, you area pilot...have you ever had radio inteference mess with your electronic instruments?