Odometer at 0 above 40 mph
Since you guys are great help, here I am with another question :
For the past week, the odometer hasn't been very accurate. Every time I change gear, if I go higher than 40 mph or at any bump from the road, it goes to 0 mph. So my miles counter stays at zero as well.
I'll try to take a look this weekend, I've seen here and there that I should check the cable and maybe re-grease it. If you have a good video or some pictures showing how to do that I would be more than happy.
But first, I'd like to ask a potential stupid question : if the odometer is not working, the "historic" mileage of the motorcycle stays the same, right ? Is there any redundant system ? So someone disconnecting the odometer would have a very low mileage on his old bike. Is that possible ?
I'm asking because my bike is from 1996 with only 5000 miles, and I've always been surprised about this number. So i'm wondering if the odometer has been not working for a while and I actually don't know the mileage of the bike...
A new biker from France !
1996 Rebel CMX250C - So far, everything works...