I have an old 2 button Trek Sensor cyclometer. I haven't used it in quite some time. However, it still appears to work and I want to put it on my son's bike. Problem is that I cannot change the wheel size. With only 2 buttons, you'd think it would be easy to figure out. I can change the time. I can change from Km to M. But that's all I can figure out. HELP! Please email to Djhufnagle_aras@hotmail.com.

Asked by Dave on 06/25/2008 30  Answers

ManualsOnline posted an answer 16 years ago

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6 I just found my Trek Sensor 2 button manual today in my sock drawer! I scanned the english version and converted it to a pdf file. It's vintage 1995.
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3 I hope this helps, it's from the original sensor from 1995.
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3 There is a version available on scribd.com http://www.scribd.com/doc/172648583/Trek-Sensor-Cycling-Computer-Owners-Manual
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3 I have the same 2 button Sensor and could also use a link to a manual.
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2 This is not the old Trek 2-button sensor. This is a manual for a newer model. Still need the manual for an older model...
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2 I found it online calibrated in 5 min to cool Hope it helps I found this manual. Trek Sensor Manual.pdf
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1 After removing the battery and resetting the device I believe the first prompt is for wheel circumference and the second is actually the odometer. No clue how to do the clock. Or why it starts flashing when I hold down L after the initial config.
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0 I just found my Trek Sensor 2 button manual today in my sock drawer! I scanned the english version and converted it to a pdf file. It's vintage 1995.
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0 I too have the old two button and need the manual. The link from greengables does not work.
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0 What kind of battery does the sensor use ?
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0 Battery used on the original "Sensor" is a #386
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