Quoting the manual page, attached to my previous post:Could this be anything to do with entering the PIN code? (sorry not got the manual to hand).
Sorry, thought that may be a different 'string of dashes' twas just a thought.Quoting the manual page, attached to my previous post:
If a string of flashing dashes " ----- " is displayed within odometer function, please contact a Ducati Dealer or Authorised Service Centre.
That seems like the most likely cause to me considering the night before I tried starting it there was a bad storm outside lolHi,
Noise seems normal. I had a similar issue, checked the battery, clutch lever and side stand sensors, then a tech from my dealer diagnosed the problem without even looking at the bike: faulty kill switch. It was changed under warranty, and seems to be common due to lack of proper weatherproofing on our luxury bikes
For the odometer dashes, contact your dealer, it should be fixed under goodwill warranty..
This typically points to a low battery...Alright, cleaned up the connections on the start switch (found a little spider web within the start switch plastic housing lol). Still no dice. Whenever I press the button, there is a click near the battery and starter solenoid. Also, forgot to mention, the clock reset itself when I tried starting it up again and the dash displayed "SW: 13". Not sure if this is an error code or not.