NOTE: Before starting out on the road, check the motorcycle conditions using computerized monitor system.
1. When the main switch is turned on, all seven liquid crystal displays (LCDs) come on, with the fuel display indicating the amount of fuel in the tank.
2. When the engine is started, the system begins its scan of the motorcycle conditions. From top to bottom all the LCDs flash on and then off in sequence. If any one condition is found improper or inadequate, the red warning light will begin flashing and the LCD for the area in question will remain displayed.
3. Warning light operation can be controlled by the warning control switch. If the control switch is pushed once, the warning light glow will change from a flashing to a steady one. If pushed again, the glow will go out completely. Still another push on the switch brings back the warning light operation all over again.
1. This switch operates only when a malfunction is displayed on an LCD.
2. Even if the warning light is made to glow; steady or to go out, it will begin flashing on with another malfunction.
4. The entire monitoring system condition can be checked by pushing the check switch. The system will scan through the seven areas in sequence, just as when the engine was first started, to assure the rider that the system is functioning properly.
1. Turn indicator light
2. Neutral indicator light
3. High beam indicator light
4. Warning light
5. Display panel
6. Warning control switch
7. Check switch
(XJ 750R panel shown)
|CMS Operation Flow Chart|
|All circuits OFF|
|Main switch ON|
|Red warning light and all LCD readouts stay ON for self check.|
|►||The system automatically cycles once.
(CMS monitors all functions during machine operation.)
|►||Red warning light FLASHES and a particular LCD readout stays ON||◄|
|▲||If all LCD readouts are OFF||◄||
Displayed function must be corrected immediately.
Monitored functions are in good condition.
|Push Warning control switch||▲|
|▲||Press Check switch||
Red warning light stops flashing and stays on. LCD readout continues to stay ON.
|Push Warning control switch||▲|
|Main switch OFF||
Red warning light goes OFF
|Operation stops.||Push Warning control switch||▲|
Display Panel (XJ650L Turbo panel shown)
This indicator is displayed when the sidestand is extended. Be sure to retract it before starting out on the road.
Brake fluid level
This indicator is displayed when the brake fluid level is below specification in the front brake master cylinder.
Do not run the motorcycle with a low brake fluid level for a long time or at high speeds.
Engine oil level
This indicator is displayed when the engine oil level is low. If it remains displayed or keeps flickering while riding, add engine oil.
Do not run the motorcycle with a low engine oil level for a long time or at high speeds.
Battery fluid level
This indicator is displayed when the battery fluid level is low. If it remains displayed, add distilled water.
Continuous riding with a low battery fluid level will damage the battery.
This indicator is displayed when the headlight bulb is burned out. If it remains displayed, have it replaced and correctly adjusted.
Tail/brake light bulbs
This indicator is displayed when the taillight and/or brake light bulbs are burned out. If it remains displayed, have it replaced.
This indicator is displayed when the fuel level is low. If it remains displayed or keeps flickering while riding, add fuel.
This indicator is displayed the amount of fuel in the tank. If the four blocks are displayed, the fuel is full.
IMPORTANT NOTICE Headlight, Tail/brake lights
* Bulbs of wattage other than specified mustn't be used.
Extra electric accessories mustn't be connected to the each light circuit.
1. CMS calculates the amount of current flow in these circuits.
2. Excessive current flow in these circuits may damage the control units, or
3. LCD panel may not display failure. Battery Sender
* Clean battery sender terminal occasionally. (Approximetry every 5,000 km)
Reason: The terminal, though made of lead, can be corroded on its surface, resulting in malfunction.
* Do not modify or add any electrical load to any sender.
Reason: Any modification may result in CMS malfunction.
* The instrument panel mustn't be subjected to any water splashes or steam from underneath.
* The display panel mustn't be pressed hard or given any shock.
* A magnet or other magnetized objects mustn't be put near the display panel.