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    won't start
    on: Jun 17, 2021, 02.32 pm
    Jun 17, 2021, 02.32 pm
    engine management light on again,i'm getting f---- sick of this

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    Re: won't start
    Reply #1 on: Jun 17, 2021, 05.17 pm
    Jun 17, 2021, 05.17 pm
    You must be patient, because if the engine management light comes on, it means that there is a problem that has not yet been solved.

    What DTC error code do you get on the instrument panel?
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    Re: won't start
    Reply #2 on: Jun 17, 2021, 05.30 pm
    Jun 17, 2021, 05.30 pm
    i checked codes and only P0000,battery checked fine,
    then i went for a walk instead of a bike ride

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    Re: won't start
    Reply #3 on: Jun 17, 2021, 05.41 pm
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    Is there something that you have noticed that does not go well or that from time to time of some failure???
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    Re: won't start
    Reply #4 on: Jun 17, 2021, 06.16 pm
    Jun 17, 2021, 06.16 pm
    no, nothing that raises any worry
    the only thing i did was the last time i went out i left the key in .
    and the key was in the ignition for 4 or 5 days till i went by the bike and took it out
    but i'm not sure if that could cause a problem?
    also thank you Digital for trying to help

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    Re: won't start
    Reply #5 on: Jun 17, 2021, 06.52 pm
    Jun 17, 2021, 06.52 pm
    I don't know exactly if when you say that I leave the keys in the ignition, do you mean just to put them in or with the ignition on? I understand that I only leave the keys only inserted, without turning on the ignition, if only the keys are inside, nothing happens even if they are all month, since there is no operating voltage.

    If the contact remained on, if there could be several causes, since for example the injection part remains in operation, immobilizer and I think I remember something else.

    I would recommend doing the following:
    As soon as the engine management indicator light comes on, pull over to a safe place on the road and perform the operation to show you if there are stored DTCs. Remember that some DTC codes, while riding the motorcycle, clear themselves.

    Then when you are home, you should follow the steps in the cruise control sequence. If you don't, you can surely make the engine management indicator light come on, until you finish and forget it once.
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    Re: won't start
    Reply #6 on: Jun 17, 2021, 07.09 pm
    Jun 17, 2021, 07.09 pm
    if it won't start how can i pull over
    also i said eng. manage  light but it is the engine immobilizer light that is on ,same thing last july and had to send to dealer for ignition fix,they said all set after 6 weeks
    was not ignition but was fixed under recall

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    Re: won't start
    Reply #7 on: Jun 17, 2021, 08.33 pm
    Jun 17, 2021, 08.33 pm
    If the red Immobiliser light ( Bell symbol nearest to the "8"000 rpm of the Tachometer ),
    remains ON when the Ignition is switched ON, then there is a problem with the Immobiliser circuit.

    Check the obvious things first :

      Make sure that both Keys are NOT both in close proximity to the Ignition Switch.
      Try your Spare Key - If the engine starts this would indicate a problem
      with the  Transponder in the first key, and may need to re-programmed to the ECM.
      If neither key works there may be a fault with the wires of the Antenna
      within the Ignition Switch that are used to detect the Key Transponder -
      It is possible one of these has been damaged and not noticed during the
      Ignition Switch Recall Inspection, which concentrated on examining
      the wires that carry Power to and from the Ignition Switch.

    Do you have the Triumph branded Datatool S4 alarm fitted ?
    There was a recall of some of these due to a fault that could affect the Ignition circuit,
    and while I don't have full details of how the fault manifested itself, it is worth considering.
    Topic here : IMPORTANT ! Triumph Datatool S4 Alarm - RECALL !

    If none of the above help to figure the problem, and in the absence of any DTC's
    then it will probably need further investigation by a Dealer.

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