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    battery oke but
    on: Mar 21, 2020, 12.44 pm
    Mar 21, 2020, 12.44 pm
    Here is trouble.
    this morning i wanted to put led indicator bulbs in the rear.(maybe i short circuit it?)
    When trying out i switched contact on but nothing.
    Blank screen,nothing works.Battery is on optimizer all the time.
    Triumph alarm goes crazy now and there is now way to shut it down.

    Greetings

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    Re: battery oke but
    Reply #1 on: Mar 21, 2020, 01.35 pm
    Mar 21, 2020, 01.35 pm
    First, disconnect the battery for a minute. After that time, reconnect the battery and see what happens.

    If the problem persists, check the 40 amp fuse located just above the battery. If nothing electronic works on the bike, it could be that that fuse has shorted out. (since it is a general fuse).

    If the main fuse is OK, you will need to remove both seats and the small left fairing between the seats and the footrests.

    There you will find two modules with fuses, check the continuity of the fuses. Please, if you find a fuse in bad condition, replace it with another one of equal amperes.
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    Re: battery oke but
    Reply #2 on: Mar 21, 2020, 05.08 pm
    Mar 21, 2020, 05.08 pm
    I take it that everything was working fine before you changed the indicator lights?

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    Re: battery oke but
    Reply #3 on: Mar 21, 2020, 06.30 pm
    Mar 21, 2020, 06.30 pm
    Yes,everything was oke,before yesterday i drove arround 350km.
    What i did notice is that my parkinglight come on or the citylight,thats all.
    I tried with jumpingcables same result,only citylights comes on.
    The alarm has gone quiet after about 6 hours.
    The outher trouble is that my multimeter has died also and sinds we are in a sort of lockdown,all shops are closed.

    greetings

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    Re: battery oke but
    Reply #4 on: Mar 21, 2020, 06.57 pm
    Mar 21, 2020, 06.57 pm
    This does sound very much like the Main Battery has "died",
    which can eassily happen if the Ignition is left switched ON,
    even when connected to a Battery Optimiser.

    If it has drained then it may be possible to recharge it,
    but often, if allowed to drain too far, these types of battery need to be replaced.

    I would recommend disconnecting the Battery from the Trophy
    before you try to recharge it.

    The DataTool S4 alarm has it's own back up battery
    so that has probably been drained now too, and explains why it has silenced.

    When you are able to check the Main Battery and restore normal voltage,
    the Alarm will probably activate again, but can be silenced with the Remote Control.

    Once the Main Battery voltage has been checked / restored,
    to make sure it wasn't the installation of the LED Indicators that caused the problem,
    try disconnecting them and returning to the original setup.

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    Re: battery oke but
    Reply #5 on: Mar 21, 2020, 07.12 pm
    Mar 21, 2020, 07.12 pm
    I did not leave the ignition on.

    The alarm started after i turned on the ignition to see the led indicators.
    After turning on the ignition there was nothing coming on.

    When i put the battery on the charger it says directly BATTERY FULL.
    When trying to jumpstart only citylight came on.

    I already changed the indicators back to normal.

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    Re: battery oke but
    Reply #6 on: Mar 21, 2020, 07.14 pm
    Mar 21, 2020, 07.14 pm
    Hello

    Is it possible that evan when the charger says full that the battery is dead?

    Greetings

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    Re: battery oke but
    Reply #7 on: Mar 21, 2020, 07.40 pm
    Mar 21, 2020, 07.40 pm
    It's always possible - the Charger might be faulty ?

    But lets go back to the Alarm .....

    The alarm started after i turned on the ignition to see the led indicators.


    The alarm SHOULD sound if you turn the Ignition ON without disarming the alarm first.
    Did you press the remote Control button to disarm the alarm before turning on the Ignition,
    and if so, did the Indicators Flash to confirm the Alarm was disarmed,
    and did the Red Instrument Panel LED stop flashing ?

    I'm wondering if the Remote Control battery has died and it didn't
    disarm the alarm when you pressed the button ?

    I'm also wondering of there was a problem with the wiring of the LED Indicators
    that you had fitted. When the alarm is operated ( On / Off etc ) the Indicators Flash,
    and any fault with the indicators may have had an affect on the operation of the alarm system.

    Check Fuse  No.5 ( 15A ) of the Rear Fusebox ( behind the Left Side Panel )
    to see if it has Blown - This is the Fuse for the Alarm, and the Ignition / Instruments Circuit.

    If the Fuse has blown, replace it with another of the same rating.

    Let us know how you get on !






     



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