Thanks Dave! time to find out why a 794 miles motorcycle don't work!Your bike has 794 miles on it and the white number is tenths of a mile. The bottom is a trip odometer and is resettable to zero by spinning the black knob on the bottom right of the speedo. Your trip odometer has 427 miles on it.
The bike looks brand new so I actually believe that. I'm the third owner, the second owner bought it dead and never bothered to work on it. just sat in his garage.There’s nothing to say that the Speedo is not a replacement and that number is inaccurate. But at the same time, if it’s a 2006 and it only has 794 miles on it then it’s likely sat for the better part of the last 15 years. Sometimes underuse is way worse than overuse.
What exactly does “don’t work” mean in this case?