What else can go wrong on these 2016 Turbo S's.
Mine says version 02, but like I thought the BL is still set to Y because I know I didn't change it. But you can't turn it completely off in the settings anyway. Only 2 options are always on or on for 5 sec.You can turn the backlight on and/or off from the handlebar control. Check the user manual. On the base Turbo the procedure works this way:
I called Specialized and figured out how to set Backlight and Units. The trick is to NOT use the information on the top of page 15 of the base Turbo manual. That is for an older version of the bike. For the 2016 bikes, Start with the first pictogram. From a battery off mode, you push the joystick in its center position for 10 seconds while holding the power button for 3 seconds (I had to count to make it work). This puts you in Units setup. You then can set units as described in the manual. Hit the joystick in the center position and you go into Backlight setup. This is changed as documented. Hit the joystick again and you go to normal run mode.
The procedure documented at the top of page 15 in text puts you in the Battery Temp/SW Version Number screen. Important to know is that the SW Version Number (Ver 01 on mine) is the version of the handlebar controller, NOT the battery. Battery firmware can only be read and/or updated through the dealer diagnostic cable.
I have the same display in my Turbo FLR 2016. No problems with the display so far (1 month and a half of use). I was wondering if it's better to protect it with some nylon when it's raining. I do not trust too much in waterproof electronics (I don't remember reading in the manual that was waterproof though). Which dealer did you replace the screen? I am interested to know, as the bike shop where I bought the bike knows nothing about Turbos.Just got back from Specialized dealer and they swapped display with a new display. It's new improved display instead of a smal cable underneath display on the old model they made some changes a short cable goes into a new connector device and zipped to the handlebar. Is much better solution. It happened to me a few time when I parked my bike outside grocery store and the display cable got hooked into handlebar on the bike next into mine. If their other bike own is not carful and yanked to get out his bike it could easily broke my display cable or other way around.
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