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Good morning, I got my Duke this weekend and have used it to get to work(61Km so far).
When I got to work this morning the Hazard light was on? Any advice?
 

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Hi
Was the Hazard light on continuously or only at the start?

Asking as it remains on for 2 to 4 mins when you start the bike and then goes off.

Else it comes on when the fuel level is low...
 

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As said before hasard light comes on " normal " when the fuel is low , when the kick stand is down ( but then you should be able to put the bike in gear without stalling ) and a short while after setting off the time for the system to check the ABS function .
Try the reset as mentioned above , remove negative lead of the battery and replace .
If the warning light persists take it to the dealer asap
 

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Just bought a Duke 390 and just joined the forum.

- I noticed the warning light is on, on the dash. What is the 15 minute reset??
 

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That you. So if I am getting a lit warning light, are you saying the way to fix that is out it on a paddock stand and let it run for 15 mins, than shut it off and that should calibrate the ECU, like automagically?
 

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Not really, it says that this procedure resets the ECU to its default settings.
I never mentioned a paddock stand and preformed this procedure sitting on the bike.
Check the thread as I believe for the second-Gen bikes the procedure is 10 or 11 minutes.
If this involves a wrong readout that has triggered a light to come up, yes this procedure will correct this.
 

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Just bought a Duke 390 and just joined the forum.

- I noticed the warning light is on, on the dash. What is the 15 minute reset??
If this warning is not due to low fuel, you might want to buy a KTM Duke 390 OBDII adapter and a bluetooth adapter, then you'll be able to read in the error codes using an app like Torque. I've done it, and this setup works well.

Something like this:

Combined with your choice of a bluetooth OBDII adapter, like this:

VEEPEAK is the one that I have, it just works without issues for $13.
 
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