A motorcycle’s digital odometer can easily be reset by following a few simple steps. This guide will provide those steps along with an explanation of why resetting the odometer may be necessary.
There are a few different ways that you can reset the digital odometer on your motorcycle. You can use a paper clip, a screwdriver, or a reset button.
If you are using a paper clip, you will need to straighten it out and then use the end to push down on the reset button.
If you are using a screwdriver, you will need to remove the plastic cover on the back of the gauge cluster. Once you have done that, you will be able to find the reset button and push it down with the screwdriver.
If you are using the reset button, you will need to find it on the back of the gauge cluster and push it down. Once you have reset the digital odometer, you will need to make sure that the miles are accurate.
You can do this by driving your motorcycle for a few miles and then checking the mileage again.