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Easy Fixes For Bike Electricals

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by , 06-13-2015 at 05:22 PM (430 Views)

I ride Pulsar 135 LS for almost 3 years. However, for last one year I see the odometer malfunctioning. It does not show correct readings about speed or fuel level. Initially, the speed is displayed and then it shows ZERO. It sometimes works afterwards but not reliably.

I replaced the battery thinking it could have expired; but the issue persists.

The fuel level indicator was imperfect since the purchase but I failed to mention it earlier to service centers.
Bajaj authorized service centers in Kolkata are pathetic. I had to escalate their concern to Bajaj during warranty service period. They still do not work properly or honestly. Therefore, I did not feel encouraged to visit them. I consulted with some local mechanics but they could not diagnose the root cause.

Can anybody with Pulsar 135 or bigger suggest me about how to correct the odo?

Please help as I'm in need.

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Updated 06-13-2015 at 06:17 PM by aapurba

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