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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Dashboard system

The vehicle is equipped with two dashboards: an lcd (1) located on the handlebar containing the key indications (speed, rpm, engine coolant temperature, and clock) and a tft colour display (2) located in the tank fairing displaying trip information (riding style set, odometer, consumption, average speed, etc.) And the setting menu for activating and setting the various functions.

The type of information shown can be selected by two push-buttons (3) and (4), the turn indicator reset button (5) and the high-beam flashing button (6) on the lh switch.

In the dashboard on the handlebar there are six warning lights (three each side), and a further auxiliary warning light indicating when the "over rev" limit is reached and when the dtc is activated.

The dashboard on the tank (2) automatically sets the background colour according to the exterior lighting conditions.

When sensor detects "poor lighting" (night), it switches to black background mode; vice versa when a "significant" lighting is detected (day), it switches to white background mode. It is nevertheless possible to customise this function through the "setting" menu function "back light - dashboard 1", and possibly set one of the two modes available, night or day, as permanent setting (or go back to auto mode).

To protect the backlight leds in the event of voltage spikes, they are disabled if the power supply voltage exceeds 16 volts; if the power supply voltage drops below 6 volts, the leds switch off as general dashboard functionality is no longer ensured.

Dashboard system


Dashboard system


Dashboard system


Indicator lights

  1. The following lights are mounted on the handlebar dashboard:
  2. Neutral light n (green): illuminates when the gearbox is in neutral.
  3. Low fuel light (amber yellow): illuminates when there are approximately there are about 4 litres of fuel left in the tank.
  4. Turn signal lights (green): illuminate and flash when the corresponding turn signal is in operation.

    If a turn signal does not work (e.G. Burnt out bulb) its incorrect operation is signalled by making the light flash twice as fast as in comparison to correct operation.

  5. Engine oil pressure light (red): illuminates when engine oil pressure is too low. It must turn on at key-on, but must turn off a few seconds after the engine has started. The case may occur that the light turns on briefly if the engine is very hot; it will turn off as the engine rpms increase.
  6. High beam light (blue): illuminates when the high beam headlight is on.
  7. "Engine/vehicle diagnosis - eobd" indicator (amber yellow): it turns on in the case of an engine or motorcycle error; in some cases the engine will be locked.
  8. "Over rev" rev limiter/traction control indicator "dtc" (red):

(*) Depending on the model, each calibration of the engine control unit may have a different "setting" for the thresholds that precede the rev limiter and the rev limiter itself.


Note

If the over rev function light and the dtc intervention light should both come on at the same time, the dashboard gives priority to the over rev function.

12 Abs light (amber yellow).

This turns on to indicate that abs is disabled or not functioning.

Indicator lights


Indicator lights


Dashboard
Note The dashboard is supplied as a single component; its internal components cannot be renewed separately. Important Whenever the dashboard is renewed, the ignition key programming procedure m ...

Lcd unit functions
Speedometer. Gives road speed Rev counter. Indicates engine revs per minute. Clock. Water temperature indicator. Indicates engine coolant temperature. Important Stop riding if ...

Other materials:

Tips on how to select the sensitivity level
Warning The 8 level settings of the dtc were calibrated using tyres of the same make, model and size as those originally fitted to the motorcycle. The use of tyres of different size to the original tyres may alter the operating characteristics of the system. In the case of minor differenc ...

General cleaning
To preserve the finish of metal parts and paintwork, wash and clean your motorcycle at regular intervals, anyway according to the road conditions you ride in. Use specific products, where possible biodegradable. Avoid aggressive detergents or solvents. Use only water and neutral soap to clean ...

Frame torque settings
*Dynamic safety-critical point; tightening torque must be within nm +/-5%. Note For product specifications and symbols, refer to "product specifications" (sect. 1 - 2). ...

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