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    Heated Grips
    on: Nov 04, 2013, 01.42 pm
    Nov 04, 2013, 01.42 pm
    I ordered the heated grips Saturday and will have the dealer install them when they come in.  I asked the service manager how much the installation would be and he said he didn't know because they hadn't done it on the Trophy before.  He said they charged 2 hours labor to install them on the Tiger Explorer and he expected it to be about the same.  Does anyone know if any of the plastic bodywork has to be removed to install the grips on the Trophy?

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    Re: Heated Grips
    Reply #1 on: Nov 04, 2013, 03.24 pm
    Nov 04, 2013, 03.24 pm
    *Originally Posted by Ernest T [+]
    I ordered the heated grips Saturday and will have the dealer install them when they come in.  I asked the service manager how much the installation would be and he said he didn't know because they hadn't done it on the Trophy before.  He said they charged 2 hours labor to install them on the Tiger Explorer and he expected it to be about the same.  Does anyone know if any of the plastic bodywork has to be removed to install the grips on the Trophy?


    Instruction sheets attached...but the short answer is no.  Other than the cockpit stowage compartment.   Make sure your dealer reads these instructions and doesn't just go from what he is used to from the Explorer.   I know from what I speak.
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    Re: Heated Grips
    Reply #2 on: Nov 04, 2013, 05.34 pm
    Nov 04, 2013, 05.34 pm
    Hi Ernest,

    As well as getting the dealer's mechanic to read the instructions,
    when you pick the bike up, make sure you check they work properly :
    ( engine must be running ), and that the instrument panel display has been
    enabled - which they need to do via their Triumph software interface.

    When switching on "Warm" heat, you should get the Heated Grips symbol displayed
    in the bottom left corner of the instrument display with one "bar",
    and when on "Hot" heat you get two bars - as on Page 35 of the owners manual. 

    When you switch the grips off, the display initially shows no bars,
    then after a few seconds the Grips symbol clears from the display,
    which they seem to have omitted from the Owners Manual !   

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    Re: Heated Grips
    Reply #3 on: Nov 11, 2013, 05.31 pm
    Nov 11, 2013, 05.31 pm
    I got the grips and will be dropping off the bike this week to have them installed.

    thanks for the pointers

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    Re: Heated Grips
    Reply #4 on: Nov 23, 2013, 12.04 am
    Nov 23, 2013, 12.04 am
    So I took the bike in and had the grips installed. Picked it up today and they work perfectly.  However on the way home the bike didn't ride right. I tried to change the TES mode but there wasn't any. The TES Loading menu was missing  too and there is no TPMS output either.  Damn. I called the dealer and will take it back tomorrow to get it checked out .

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    Re: Heated Grips
    Reply #5 on: Nov 23, 2013, 01.22 am
    Nov 23, 2013, 01.22 am
    *Originally Posted by Ernest T [+]
    So I took the bike in and had the grips installed. Picked it up today and they work perfectly.  However on the way home the bike didn't ride right. I tried to change the TES mode but there wasn't any. The TES Loading menu was missing  too and there is no TPMS output either.  Damn. I called the dealer and will take it back tomorrow to get it checked out .
    Have you tried again after having the ignition off for a few minutes?

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    Re: Heated Grips
    Reply #6 on: Nov 23, 2013, 01.34 am
    Nov 23, 2013, 01.34 am
    Yup, disconnected the battery too

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    Re: Heated Grips
    Reply #7 on: Nov 23, 2013, 05.18 am
    Nov 23, 2013, 05.18 am
    *Originally Posted by Ernest T [+]
    Yup, disconnected the battery too
    Has the dealer fixed it yet? Something go wrong with a software update or something like that?

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