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Mystery screen on CF MOTO instrument cluster...L 16H 8

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So I’ve had this bike for 3 years now. Love it. But there’s one question I never got an answer to. And maybe by now somebody’s figured it out...

 

The instrument cluster has 5 screens... Odometer, Trip, tach, battery voltage, and a screen that says “L 16H 8”. Does anyone know what the shit this means? See pic. 7922f48f3a6a6c332d0ae35edd8172fa.jpg

 

It’s never changed. And those aren’t words. Hahah

 

 

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Stands for "Light" and its the screen to supposedly adjust the back light brightness.

Edited your topic title to include ATV manufacturer and "L 16H 8", mostly for others searching 😎

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Huh. I had no idear. thanks!

 

So I’m assuming it’s currently at an 8 brightness. I’ll have to check it out my next chance.

 

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