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366 miles service light blinking ABS WTF!

Service light came on the other day after starting and then turned off. Now the service light is on continuously. Have a blinking ABS light after turning the key to on. Any suggestions for what I need to check? The bike sat in the garage connected to a battery maintainer over the winter. Battery connections are good. Voltage across the battery is 13.15v which seems a little low to me. Maybe the battery is shot?
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Voltage across battery with engine running is 14.75v.
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According to the manual, you need to ride it for the ABS to finish it's checks.
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According to the manual, you need to ride it for the ABS to finish it's checks.
Yes, flashing ABS light is normal when you turn ignition. In normal condition, once bike has reached 5 km/h the ABS light should turn OFF.

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Service indicator might be trigger because of passage of 12 months since last service. It's time and mileage triggered.

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Service indicator might be trigger because of passage of 12 months since last service. It's time and mileage triggered.
Exactly... this message is more a reminder for you to pay a visit to the dealer, it should not be read as a check-engine or malfunction light at all.
Chapter 3 in the owner's manual covers it all.
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Thanks, everyone. As suggested I suspect it's the annual notification for service. Also good to know about the ABS.
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Yes, flashing ABS light is normal when you turn ignition. In normal condition, once bike has reached 5 km/h the ABS light should turn OFF.
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