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08-27-2019 12:39 PM
steve meltzer So I had a similar issue on my Wing i collected from the dealer, on the way home i noticed the TPMS light come on. I deflated and re-inflated as per recommendation and no way of getting the light to go off. I then disconnected the battery terminal and re-connected and Presto no TPMS light. Went for a ride and after about 1 km the pressures were displayed accordingly...Nothing like a re-set...
06-27-2019 05:04 PM
encmerk You are correct, you must cycle between the two. But if you have one that is low it will automatically display once it registers.
06-27-2019 10:54 AM
doakh
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Originally Posted by RickLB View Post
You need to check the air pressure in the tires. It stopped blinking because it heated up and got in the range of where it should be. Front tire 36 psi and rear tire 41 psi. Then you shouldn’t have any issues. If it is cold out it will blink til it warms up, at least mine has.
That appears to be what happened. The front tire was at 30 psi, too low to register. The back was 37 psi. This is a lesson to anyone buying from a private party. She told me to my face, her son has checked the tires and they were fine.

So you cannot display both tires air pressure at the same time if I read then manual correctly?
06-27-2019 03:27 AM
RickLB You need to check the air pressure in the tires. It stopped blinking because it heated up and got in the range of where it should be. Front tire 36 psi and rear tire 41 psi. Then you shouldn’t have any issues. If it is cold out it will blink til it warms up, at least mine has.
06-26-2019 08:16 PM
encmerk Yeah, I feel the manual will be a great asset to you with all of the information on the displays. On the top shelter you have 2 buttons. Sel and set. Select move the arrow on the left edge between the 3 information areas. Set changes what is displayed in each. For the first area you can see air temp and cruise set speed. Area 2 has your odometer and trip 1 and 2. Area 3 shows FR for front tire pressure, RR for rear tire and range for distance to empty. Page 34 starts the info on the display.
06-26-2019 07:03 PM
doakh
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Originally Posted by encmerk View Post
Doakh, you have to hit the set button to cycle the display. Bottom section shows either front pressure (Fr), back pressure (Rr) or miles to empty. Was the light “TPMS” or the flat tire symbol? The first means a system error the second low air pressure.
The amber low air pressure image was displaying and the actual air pressure was blinking at the bottom of the display window. What do you mean by 'set' button? I need to read the manual.
06-26-2019 05:08 PM
encmerk Doakh, you have to hit the set button to cycle the display. Bottom section shows either front pressure (Fr), back pressure (Rr) or miles to empty. Was the light “TPMS” or the flat tire symbol? The first means a system error the second low air pressure.
06-26-2019 04:37 PM
doakh I just picked up a used 2018 Goldwing. It had been sitting for ~ 8 months. When driving home the TPMS sensor was lit on the dashboard blinking 29 - 32 lbs. Only the rear wheel was displaying as there should be a front and rear tire pressure, correct? After about 1/2 hour it went off and the rear tire pressure showed 42, (front blank) which is recommended. I stopped for a few minutes and on start-up the same the same thing happened, and it went off after ~ 15 minutes. Will this fix itself, since it had been sitting for an extended period of time?

Thanks
04-05-2019 09:39 AM
Jinx
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Originally Posted by slowrollin View Post
Thanks! What bothers me about this is, I'm working on getting a new one now and I was assured by both the sales guy and the service manager that this was an all new TPMS system and those problems were gone. I've trying to figure out how to get rid of that light on my 2015 since I got it. Saw a video on youTube from Cruiseman's Garage where he did this, but I'm to chicken to go in start cutting wires.
I just did his procedure on my 2017 . But I went inside the tpms system case and de soldered the wires from the board. Then jumped them to the green wire. Now no visible sign of the mod. Just the way I like it.
04-05-2019 08:30 AM
budoka
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Originally Posted by W1ngin1t View Post
Is it just me or are dealerships lazy and just don’t care about customer service?

If I were a dealer and knew that there was an issue and a fix for a new bike....I would make damn sure the service bulletin was done BEFORE I gave it to the customer.

Love a Honda Motorcycle, I cant stand their service department.

Rant over.

Trust me, there is so much training and learning to go through on these new bikes it's easy for things to be overlooked. It's been almost two full model years and I'm still learning about these amazing bikes. To say that they are technically complicated is a vast understatement. Even Honda is still learning.
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