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    Help ATC AWC not working after levers a tires replacment

    Hello,

    New tires and new aftermarket levers on Tuono RR 2018 with TFT display. And I ve got the warning icon triangle right down side and cannot switch ATC and AWC on. Have been doing calibration 3 times but it did not help...any clues?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy_xx View Post
    Hello,

    New tires and new aftermarket levers on Tuono RR 2018 with TFT display. And I ve got the warning icon triangle right down side and cannot switch ATC and AWC on. Have been doing calibration 3 times but it did not help...any clues?
    When you installed the levers, I would imagine that you may have made it so that one of the switches, either brake or clutch, isn't working? Maybe uplugged? Or the new lever isn't making proper contact with the microswitch?

    Other than that, not sure what could have changed. Even if you went from a 190 to a 200 tire, the calibration procedure would have fixed that. If the only other things you changed were the levers, I would look at the switches and make sure you didn't mess something up.

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    Fixed,...it seems like the mechanic was testing the bike and accidentaly switched ATC off :-D

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    Always check the simplest things first. haha

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    Also be sure when installing/adjusting levers that the clutch lever clears the TC button

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    Quote Originally Posted by eloitr View Post
    Also be sure when installing/adjusting levers that the clutch lever clears the TC button
    I learned that one the hard way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eloitr View Post
    Also be sure when installing/adjusting levers that the clutch lever clears the TC button
    thanks, can you please desribe in more details?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy_xx View Post
    thanks, can you please desribe in more details?
    The TC +/- buttons are located under the left grip. Make sure that when the clutch lever is pulled in all the way the lever is not contacting the forward facing button. Typically this could happen if the levers are rotated counterclockwise (downward) on the bar for a better angle/grip.

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