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You have a 99 Ultra and this is the first time you've seen this in any of your gauges?? The only thing I'd be concerned about is that your luck has apparently run out. The rest of us have been experiencing thisin the slightest of damp and/or humid conditions for years.After a "good" wash?? These things are motorcycles, not only are they not submarines, they're not boats either, and shouldn't be consideredeven remotely waterproof. I RARELY wash a street bike other than a quick dust-off rinse from a distance. There are plenty of cleaning products out there that remove the tough stuff without water and without damage. I cringe when see someone washing a bike with a 1500+psi power washer, completely unaware of the damage they are doing.
Hopefully I can get the tac to dry out.
Quote from: wayzalot on Sunday, May 13, 2012. 07:10:01 PM.Hopefully I can get the tac to dry out. Here's how I've always fixed it:Throw your leg over the bike, fire it up, ride like hell. The heat from the light bulb in the gauge will eventually dry the moisture.Once you're satisfied it's dry, ride some more.
i put one of those silicate bags i think its called that collects moisture in my bagger found a small one in with some electronics i ordered and i don't remember the my speedo getting wet inside again
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