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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Tft - parameter setting/display

Warning

Any adjustments to the dashboard must only be carried out when the motorcycle is stationary. Never operate the dashboard controls while riding the motorcycle.

At the end of the check, the dashboard always displays as the "main" indication the odometer (tot) on the left and the average fuel consumption on the right (unless menu 2 was disabled).

At the end of the initial check, the dashboard will always show the "main" display, indicating the following information: set "riding style" (riding mode); gear indication (gear); menu 1: odometer (tot); menu 2: average fuel consumption (cons. Avg).

Tft - parameter setting/display


By pressing the button (1) "s" it is possible to switch to the following functions of menu 1: trip1 - trip meter 1; trip2 - trip meter 2; trip fuel - distance travelled on fuel reserve (only if active); by pressing the button (2) "t" it is possible to switch to the following functions of menu 2: cons. - Current fuel consumption; speed avg - average speed; trip time - trip time; air - air temperature; menu 2 viewing can be disabled through the "menu 2" function of the setting menu.

Tft - parameter setting/display


Dashboard on tank
Menu 1 (tot, trip1, trip2, trip fuel). Menu 2 (cons.Avg., Cons., Speed avg, air and trip time) if active. Gear / neutral indication. Icon referred to the function below from menu 1. Indicat ...

Total distance covered indicator: "odometer"
This function shows the total distance covered by the vehicle (in km or miles depending on the specific application). At key-on the system automatically enters this function. The odometer read ...

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