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Old 07-15-2016, 12:29 AM
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Hi, sorry for the language, I'm using a translator.

I bought a suzuki df 150 of 2016, the mechanic has fitted me the Multi-function gauge new suzuki, This is already prepared with a nmea Connector 2000, I tried to connect it has a Garmin GPS 57xs with nmea 2000 network and although in the settings gps I tried different combinations, nmea standar, nmea fast etc. I can not see the data on stumenti garmin Tipoo rpm, trim, psi. Instead on Multi-function gauge just connected the garmin, this makes me see the speed nmea therefore conclude that the link is working regularly. From what can be dependent

Thanks for your help

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Old 07-15-2016, 10:37 AM
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Hello

if your gauge is Part No 34200-96l00 it may not work with 2016 engine.
( could not read Partno on the photos)
You or your technican sould check this with Suzuki branch in your country.
I have had this issue with DF70A out 2016.
Due to my investigation Suzuki made a software change at the engine.

The gauge Part No. 34200-87L00-000 should work.
May be you also need two more cable. Active Power Hub Cable 36663-89J00-00 and Gauge Adapter Adapter 36661-87L00-000.
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