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eissinger4

06 WR450 odometer problem

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Hi everyone...

I have an 06 WR450, and every time the battery dies, the odometer resets. Is there any way to keep the odometer reading when I replace batteries??? I have looked in the manual and done a thorough search here, but I haven't come up with anything. Thanks for ANY advice.

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Not sure, but when my battery got low and died I just lost the time and not the odometer. Do you mean the trip meter?

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No, the actual odometer that keeps track of the TOTAL miles on the bike. I've lost it twice now, so I have no idea how many miles are actually on it.

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No, the actual odometer that keeps track of the TOTAL miles on the bike. I've lost it twice now, so I have no idea how many miles are actually on it.

I don't think there is a permanant odometer on the computers. When there is no power it resets. the device would need a backup battery for this I believe. I could not find anything in my manual about a permanent odometer. I have since given up and quit thinking about it. just like old times, total time and mileage is unkown:excuseme:

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on mine there are two "trip" odometers. I try and use one for oil changes then the other for finding out how long of trips i take on the bike.

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on mine there are two "trip" odometers. I try and use one for oil changes then the other for finding out how long of trips i take on the bike.

We are saying that if you kill your battery or unhook it, you will lose that info! FYI

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