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Can anyone help I was rideing in the rain and water got into my Tachometer with clock and gear position indicator gage,and now just this Gauge isn't working. Is there anything I can do to fix the problem ? Also has anyone else has had problem with these.

The Gear position indicator doesn't work now the other five do.
 

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Well, the way this kinda works is... Either the gauges are toast, and will never work again - or they might start working after they dry out. Either way, I think you might have an actual beef with the manufacturer. This stuff doesn't need to be submersible, but it should be at least as water resistant as marine grade gauges.


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I've ran Dakota Digital's on my last 2 bikes , been caught in some heavy rains and never an issue , I'd give them a call they are usually great to deal with
 

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I have Dakota Digitals and never had a problem with them when riding in the rain or even after washing the bike and I even wash the bike at the car wash using the high pressure, I just keep the nozzle about 2-3ft from the bike but the gauges still get soaked. These gauges have a 2 year warranty so I would call Dakota Digital and deal with them directly they may just do a gauge swap.
 
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