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  • Offline Novocastrian   gb

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    Re: Any Ideas?
    Reply #8 on: Sep 09, 2022, 12.41 pm
    Sep 09, 2022, 12.41 pm
    *Originally Posted by GarminDave [+]
    UPDATE

    On arrival at Triumph Newcastle, we noticed the main 40A fuse was melted together because of heat, and the main cable to the starter solenoid was loose at the connection.


    Interestingly,  Triumph Newcastle couldn't get my bike to start after the recent service and replaced the cable to the starter solenoid.

    The day after,  I couldn't start the bike and found the cable to the battery ground terminal loose!  I re-attached it and no problem since.

    Ken

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    Re: Any Ideas?
    Reply #9 on: Sep 09, 2022, 07.33 pm
    Sep 09, 2022, 07.33 pm
    I am attaching this photo and have marked the engine management telltale light in red. You should say if when the fault occurs, if that light stays on or is off?????

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    Re: Any Ideas?
    Reply #10 on: Sep 09, 2022, 08.04 pm
    Sep 09, 2022, 08.04 pm
    So from memory, that I remember!!!
    The two 12 volts that run through the ignition key harness, one is from the 15 amp fuse and the other 12 volts is from the 20 amp fuse.

    The 12-volt voltage from the 15-amp fuse is for the horn, taillight, and brake light.

    The voltage of 12 volts from the 20 amp fuse, the bike does not start, but it does not cause the scratch to appear on the instrument panel.

    So for the moment I would rule out that you have a fault in the harness of the ignition key that goes through the handlebar of the motorcycle.
    Only motorcyclists know why dogs stick their head out the car window.


     



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