strange tach speedo problem

Discussion in 'Busa problems' started by jacks996, Jul 23, 2012.

  1. jacks996

    jacks996 Registered

    Riding home from work tonight my 2002 busa tach and speedo stopped working and are stuck in one position. The tach is at 3k and the speedo is at 20 MPH. Even with key off they stay in that position. It is weird becasue they are electronic. They should at least drop to zero with power off. Any thoughts on it?
  2. Jack

    Jack Registered

    Your odometer is most likely not working either, and maybe not the other 2 gauges. In fact you may notice the odometer and clock are still on and will drain battery. Just pull the fuse and reinstall it and they will reset. (Be nice if fuses were easier to get to) Hope it helps.
  3. dadofthree

    dadofthree Seasoned Beef Donating Member

    You can do that but I would suggest disconnecting the connector on the back clutch side of the cluster and reconnecting it making sure it's good. Doesn't sound like it, but are you running HIDs ?
  4. Stardust83

    Stardust83 Registered

    I've encounter this problem before. U can try removing the seat and disconnect the power. After connecting should be ok.
  5. jacks996

    jacks996 Registered

    Yes, I am running HID lights. I will disconnect the battery for now. I will be out of town for a week. Thanks for the suggestions.
  6. jacks996

    jacks996 Registered

    I pulled the battery cable off and put it back on and everything went back to normal. I wonder what caused that to happen? I think it started as I went across a railroad track.
  7. twotonevert

    twotonevert Member of P.E.A. Moderator

    Make sure the pigtail going into the back of the cluster is fully seated.
  8. Stardust83

    Stardust83 Registered

    I got this problem 2 times. Both times disconnect the power then ok already.
  9. chrisjp

    chrisjp GM of Haya's in the Hills Donating Member

    thats weird... mine has gotten stuck at 185mph a couple of times.... mabey i should "reset" something too
  10. dadofthree

    dadofthree Seasoned Beef Donating Member

    But were you in third gear :laugh:

    Reseat the connector on the cluster unless you just enjoy lifting the battery cable every ride. Then when it continues, disconnect the low beam HID and put the factory bulb back in and see if the problem returns

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