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My 2014 1200s just stopped displaying total mileage. Just displays a blinking series of dashes in place of odometer. All other mileage counters are working (trip odometers and count up from low fuel warning). I did also notice that on startup it began displaying a red message with the software build version. Didn't seem to notice that before. Reinserting the key on/off doesn't seem to help. Bike always on trickle charger so battery should be good. Switching riding modes is of no help either. Anybody have any idea before I call the dealer?
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Page 78 of your bike's manual advises to contact your dealer:

"If a string of flashing dashes " ----- " is displayed within odometer function, please contact a Ducati Dealer or Authorized Service Center."
 

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Dealer has no idea. "Bring it in and we'll scan codes". I guess that's what it'll take. Just wondering if someone else had this experience and what to expect.
 

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Thanks, Atz3. Did they also update the software to fix this? Any idea what caused it? I'm taking it to the dealer tomorrow.
 

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Dealer upgraded the software and odometer reappeared. They don't really know what caused it. Said something about two modules that keep track of mileage getting out of sync but they were not sure. Anyway, it's fixed.
 

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Mine blanked out during a short ride on a gravel road. Dealer reset it and wasn't sure why it happened. It hasn't happened again but I am always nervous that it will.
 

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Thanks, Atz3. Did they also update the software to fix this? Any idea what caused it? I'm taking it to the dealer tomorrow.
I had this happen on my 821...once the rear wheel spins more than 10 miles more than the front the odometer needs to be re-synced...happens from constantly spinning up the rear or really long wheelies...cost an hour labor

 
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