Author [ES] [PL] [PT] [IT] [DE] [FR] [NL] [DK] [SE] [FI] [NO] Topic: Owners, Audio, and Service Handbooks + Service Manual errata  (Read 16366 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline Coconut

  • Trophy God
  • *****
  • Posts: 6900
    • View Profile
  • Bike: 2017 Trophy SE
  • City / Town: South Birmingham
  • Country: UK
Here is a list of typographical and other errata found within the Owners Handbook,
Audio Handbook, Service Handbook, and Service Manuals :

If you are aware of any errors that are not included below,
please send details to me via a Private Message,
and I will add them, acknowledging you as the contributor  :028:


Owners Handbook Publication 3853701 - Issue 2, Copyright 04.2013.

Version 2 of the Owners Handbook is now supplied with new Trophy's ( 2015 onwards ).
As of January 2017, this "new" Version can be downloaded from the
Triumph Motorcycles Web site.

1.
Page 136 Chapter 1 - Rebound Damper Adjuster ( STANDARD Model ) :

When adjusting the front suspension using the three pronged-adjusters on the top of each fork,
the handbook states, "Always count the number of anticlockwise TURNS from fully clockwise position."
Having spoken to ( Triumph ) Hinckley, they have confirmed it should read "Clicks" and not "Turns"

With thanks to Member Tiny Tim for this information
( Note - this error has been carried over from Version 1 of the Handbook )

2.
Page 117 - Maintenance and Adjustment.

In the list of scheduled service items, "Valve clearances - check/adjust"
is ONLY listed to be carried out at 20,000 miles, which is INCORRECT.
There should also be a check mark for this to be done at 40,000 miles,
i.e. the Valves should be checked and adjusted EVERY 20,000 miles.

With thanks to Member Traveller for spotting this one.

( Note - this error has been carried over from Version 1 of the Handbook.
but IS correct in the main Service Manual ).
{Verified by : Coconut}

3.
Page 46 - BIKE SETUP
Text : "CLOCK - pressing the SELECT button enters the SET CLOCK
setup screen and prompts for 12HR or 24HR"
should read, "CLOCK - pressing the SELECT button enters the CLOCK
setup screen and prompts for 12HR or 24HR"
ALSO, below this text :
Image showing "SET CLOCK" screen should read "CLOCK"
{Verified by : Coconut}

4.
Page 47 - BIKE SETUP / UNITS
Image of "SET UNITS" Screen, should read "UNITS".
{Verified by Coconut !}

5.
Page 151 - Fuse Layout - Trophy SE
The Key for Rear Fusebox, Fuse No.6 should also include, "Top Box Relay - when fitted".
{Verified by Coconut !}

6.
Page 117 - Service Schedule.
Camshaft Timing Adjust, has been changed by Triiumph, from "Adjust at first 20,000 miles only",
to, "Check and Adjust every 20,000 miles".
{Verified by Triumph, and with thanks to Member earthman for the information





Owners Handbook Publication 3852642 - Issue 1, Copyright 09.2012.

1.
Page 117, incorrectly states that
the fuel Filter should be changed at the First Service, and at every Service thereafter.

The correct information is that the Fuel Filter should first be changed at 20,000 miles,
and then every further 20,000 miles. {Verified by Peter Clarke of Triumph Motorcycles}
( Note : Corrected in Version 2 of the Owners Handbook ).


2.
There is a Scheduled Service Item missing from the early version of the Owners Handbook :
The last entry on page 117 is "Steering - check for free operation"
The first entry on Page 118 is "Headstock bearings - lubricate"

The Service Manual has the following item, listed in between the above two items :
"Headstock bearings - check/adjust" which should be carried out at every Service  :169:
{Verified by Coconut !}
( Note : Corrected in Version 2 of the Owners Handbook ).

3.
Page 168 - Specifications :
Indicator bulbs are specified as "12v / 10W amber".
This should read "12v / 21W amber"
With thanks to Member "seadog" for spotting this one  :047:
{Confirmed by Triumph on 16/06/14.}
( Note : Corrected in Version 2 of the Owners Handbook ).
With thanks to Member "Bespoke" for the update,

4.
Page 26 - Warning Lights :
Battery Warning Light.
The Handbook incorrectly states :
"When the ignition is switched on, the battery warning light will illuminate.
The battery warning light will go off once the engine is started, providing the battery voltage is correct."

The Battery Warning Light does NOT illuminate when the Ignition is switched on.
With thanks to Member "skiprat" for spotting this one ! :028:
{Verified by : Several Forum Members }

Note : Corrected in Version 2 of the Owners Handbook to read :
"When the ignition is switched on, the battery warning light
will only illuminate if a fault is recognised with the battery."
( With thanks to Member "Bespoke" for the update)


5.
Page 136 Chapter 1 - Rebound Damper Adjuster ( STANDARD Model ) :

When adjusting the front suspension using the three pronged-adjusters on the top of each fork,
the handbook states, "Always count the number of anticlockwise TURNS from fully clockwise position."
Having spoken to ( Triumph ) Hinckley, they have confirmed it should read "Clicks" and not "Turns"

With thanks to Member Tiny Tim for this information
( Note : NOT updated in Version 2 of the Handbook ).

6.
Page 80 - General Information / Electrical Accessory Sockets.
Incorrectly states :
• The engine mounted socket is permanently live.
• The top box (if fitted) and glove box sockets are live when the ignition is switched on.
• The pillion socket (if fitted) is live when the engine is running.

The correct information is :
• The engine mounted socket is permanently live.
• The top box socket (if fitted) is live when the ignition is switched on.
• The glove box socket and pillion socket (if fitted) are live when the engine is running.

( Corrected in Version 2 of the Owners Handbook )
{Verified by : Coconut}

7.
Page 34 - Heated Seats ( if fitted )
Incorrectly states :
"Heated seats are standard equipment on Trophy SE models,
and available as an accessory on Trophy models."

Heated seats are NOT standard equipment on any Trophy version,
though they were fitted to the first few "Launch Models"
which were loaded with many of the optional accessories.

With thanks to Member "Ghostrider25" for the information.

( Corrected in Version 2 of the Owners Handbook )
{Verified by : Coconut}

8.
Page 117 - Maintenance and Adjustment.
In the list of scheduled service items, "Valve clearances - check/adjust"
is ONLY listed to be carried out at 20,000 miles, which is INCORRECT.
There should also be a check mark for this to be done at 40,000 miles,
i.e. the Valves should be checked and adjusted EVERY 20,000 miles.

With thanks to Member "Traveller" for spotting this one

( This has NOT been corrected in Version 2 of the Owners Handbook,
but IS correct in the main Service Manual ).
{Verified by : Coconut}

9.
Page 46 - BIKE SETUP
Text : "CLOCK - pressing the SELECT button enters the SET CLOCK
setup screen and prompts for 12HR or 24HR"
should read, "CLOCK - pressing the SELECT button enters the CLOCK
setup screen and prompts for 12HR or 24HR"
ALSO, below this text :
Image showing "SET CLOCK" screen should read "CLOCK"
{Verified by : Coconut}

10.
Page 47 - BIKE SETUP / UNITS
Image of "SET UNITS" Screen, should read "UNITS".
{Verified by Coconut !}

11.
Page 151 - Fuse Layout - Trophy SE
The Key for Rear Fusebox, Fuse No.6 should also include, "Top Box Relay - when fitted".
{Verified by Coconut !}

12.
Camshaft Timing Adjust, has been changed by Triiumph, from "Adjust at first 20,000 miles only",
to, "Check and Adjust every 20,000 miles".
{Verified by Triumph, and with thanks to Member earthman for the information




Audio Handbook Publication part number 3852490 issue 1 Copyright 09.2012

1.
Pages 45 & 46 - Bluetooth.
Image of Instrument Panel Display shows an "AUDIO SETTINGS" Menu Screen.
There is NO "Audio Settings" Menu Screen - this should read "RADIO SETTINGS".
{Verified by Coconut !}




Audio Handbook Publication part number 3852541 issue 1, Copyright 12.2012

1.
Pages 47 & 48 - Bluetooth.
Image of Instrument Panel Display shows an "AUDIO SETTINGS" Menu Screen.
There is NO "Audio Settings" Menu Screen - this should read "RADIO SETTINGS".
{Verified by Coconut !}




Service Handbook


Service Manual ( T3852790 Issue 1, 09.2012 )

1.
Section 12 - Front Suspension.

Page 12.17 - minor spelling mistake - Paragraph 8, Bulleted list line 1 - replace "tread" with "thread".
{Verified by Coconut !}


2.
Section 16 - Wheels and Tyres.

Page 16.6 - the Note at the foot of Column 2, after Paragraph 5 reads :
"Note:
•   The right hand spacer is longer than the left.
    To identify the spacers, the right hand spacer has two machined rings while the right has a single machined ring.
•   Note the position of the spacers.”

{ The word underlined is correct, whereas the word highlighted in bold text is incorrect and should read “left” } {Verified by Coconut !}


3.
Section 16 - Wheels and Tyres.

Page 16.7, at the top of Column 2  ( Previous error repeated ) :

“Installation
  Note:
•    The right hand spacer is longer than the left.
      To identify the spacers, the right hand spacer has two machined rings while the right has a single machined ring.”

{ The word underlined is correct, whereas the word highlighted in bold text is incorrect and should read “left” } {Verified by Coconut !}


4.
Section 7 ( Transmission ) Page 7.7 provides information relating to the Gear Change Linkage.

The descriptions and accompanying images state that the upper ball joint has a left handed thread
and is marked on the upper end of the linkage rod and on the transmission linkage with a machined ring,
while the lower end of the linkage rod and lower ball joint connection to the gear change pedal,
has a right handed thread with no machined rings.

This is incorrect - it is the LOWER end of the linkage rod that has the Left Handed thread,
marked with machined rings, while the Upper end of the linkage has right handed threads.
{Confirmed by Triumph on 28/05/15.}


5.
Section 15 - Brakes.

Page 15.24.  The diagram showing the rear brake caliper has components numbered incorrectly :
Item 1 is listed as "Pad retaining pins" and Item 2 is listed as "Caliper mounting bolts".
These are the wrong way round - In the Diagram Item 1. is the Caliper retaining bolts,
and Item 2 is the Pad retaining pins.
With thanks to Member Big D for this information
{Verified by Coconut ! 11/08/15}


6.
Section 15 - Brakes / Section 1 - General Information.

Page 1.36 ( Brakes Specifications ) correctly states :
"Rear Disc Run-out Max. = 0.225mm ( 0.125 mm disc, 0.10mm bevel box ).

Page 15.28 incorrectly states ( Rear ) "Disc Run out Service Limit = 0.50mm"

{Verified by : Colin - Triumph After Sales ( 25/04/16 )}


7.
Section 1 - General Information.

Page 1.48 ( listing of various torque values ) states :
"Rear rack front fixing = 27Nm", immediately followed by,
"Rear Rack front fixing = 20Nm"

The second line is INCORRECT and should read "Rear Rack Rear fixings = 20Nm".

{Verified by Coconut ! 06/09/16}


8.
Section 10 - Fuel System & Engine Management.

Page 10.25 - Minor spelling error : "IMMOBIISER / TPMS CONTROL MODULE"
Should read : "IMMOBILISER / TPMS CONTROL MODULE"
{Verified by Coconut !}


9.
Section 4 - Clutch

Page 4.12 ( Clutch Cover ), Para. 9 states, "Check and top the engine level"
Should read : "Check and top up the engine oil"


10.
Section 4 - Clutch

Page 4.13 ( Clutch Removal ), Illustration at Para. 6 states,
"Retain the Service Tool and Slacken the Centre Nut"
Should read : "Restrain the Service Tool and Slacken the Centre Nut"


11.
Section 18 - Electrical

Page 18.27 ( Alternator - Removal )
After Item 6. is a Line Drawing with an arrow labelled "1.".
The Index to the drawing correctly identifies this as the "ABS Modulator".
There is a second arrow also Labelled "1" on the drawing,
which points to an electrical connector, which is for the Front Wheel ABS Speed Sensor,
and is therefore incorrectly labelled as "1."   


12.
Section 11 - Cooling

Page 11.6 ( Coolant Replacement - Drainage )
Illustration of Radiator & Crankcase drain points labelled / numbered incorrectly as :
Item 1 : "Crankcase coolant Drain Screw" should read, "Radiator coolant drain screw", and
Item 2 : "Radiator coolant drain screw" should read, "Crankcase coolant Drain Screw"

13.
Section 18 - Electrical

Page 18.17 - Fuse Layout - Trophy SE
The Key for Rear Fusebox, Fuse No.6 should also include, "Top Box Relay - when fitted".
{Verified by Coconut !}

14.
Section 13 - Rear Suspension

Page 13.8 - Drawing of Drag Link and Drop Links has Item 3 incorrectly labelled as "Lock Nuts".
Item 3 should be labelled "Bolts" as in the same Drawing on Page 13.7.
( The Lock Nuts are on the opposite side - the Drawing shows a view
from the right side, and the bolts should be inserted from the right side ).
{Verified by Coconut !}

15.
Section 2 - Scheduled Maintenance.
Page 2.3 - Scheduled Maintenance Chart.
Camshaft Timing Adjust, has been changed by Triiumph, from "Adjust at first 20,000 miles only",
to, "Check and Adjust every 20,000 miles".
{Verified by Triumph, and with thanks to Member earthman for the information
         



« Last Edit: August 09, 2018, 09:08:48 PM by Coconut »
Smiles are infectious,and they are FREE,
so if you see someone without one, give them one of yours :-)

Offline Coconut

  • Trophy God
  • *****
  • Posts: 6900
    • View Profile
  • Bike: 2017 Trophy SE
  • City / Town: South Birmingham
  • Country: UK
Main Topic ( See below ) Edited on 12th May 2014 to include :

A missing entry from the Owners Handbook ( UK & Australia ) - Service Schedule items.


« Last Edit: May 13, 2014, 10:16:32 AM by Coconut »
Smiles are infectious,and they are FREE,
so if you see someone without one, give them one of yours :-)

Offline Coconut

  • Trophy God
  • *****
  • Posts: 6900
    • View Profile
  • Bike: 2017 Trophy SE
  • City / Town: South Birmingham
  • Country: UK
16/06/14 - Item 4 addded to Owners Handbook errors - Indicator Bulb specifications.

Smiles are infectious,and they are FREE,
so if you see someone without one, give them one of yours :-)

Offline Coconut

  • Trophy God
  • *****
  • Posts: 6900
    • View Profile
  • Bike: 2017 Trophy SE
  • City / Town: South Birmingham
  • Country: UK
Re: Owners, Audio, and Service Handbooks + Service Manual errata
« Reply #3 on: March 10, 2015, 11:03:36 AM »
10/03/15 - Added minor spelling mistake to Service Manual - Front Suspension, Section 12.17, Para.8


Smiles are infectious,and they are FREE,
so if you see someone without one, give them one of yours :-)

Offline Coconut

  • Trophy God
  • *****
  • Posts: 6900
    • View Profile
  • Bike: 2017 Trophy SE
  • City / Town: South Birmingham
  • Country: UK
Re: Owners, Audio, and Service Handbooks + Service Manual errata
« Reply #4 on: May 28, 2015, 05:22:24 PM »
28/05/15 : Service Manual - Item 4 added to list, relating to Gear Pedal / Transmission Linkage.


« Last Edit: August 11, 2015, 09:08:01 PM by Coconut »
Smiles are infectious,and they are FREE,
so if you see someone without one, give them one of yours :-)

Offline Coconut

  • Trophy God
  • *****
  • Posts: 6900
    • View Profile
  • Bike: 2017 Trophy SE
  • City / Town: South Birmingham
  • Country: UK
Re: Owners, Audio, and Service Handbooks + Service Manual errata
« Reply #5 on: August 11, 2015, 09:10:06 PM »
11/08/15 : Service Manual - Item 5 added to list, relating to parts numbering error on diagram of rear brake caliper.

Smiles are infectious,and they are FREE,
so if you see someone without one, give them one of yours :-)

Offline Coconut

  • Trophy God
  • *****
  • Posts: 6900
    • View Profile
  • Bike: 2017 Trophy SE
  • City / Town: South Birmingham
  • Country: UK
Re: Owners, Audio, and Service Handbooks + Service Manual errata
« Reply #6 on: October 03, 2015, 08:44:54 PM »
02/10/15 : Owners Handbook - Item 5 added to list, relating to Battery Warning Light at Ignition On.


Smiles are infectious,and they are FREE,
so if you see someone without one, give them one of yours :-)

Offline Coconut

  • Trophy God
  • *****
  • Posts: 6900
    • View Profile
  • Bike: 2017 Trophy SE
  • City / Town: South Birmingham
  • Country: UK
Re: Owners, Audio, and Service Handbooks + Service Manual errata
« Reply #7 on: April 24, 2016, 01:06:40 PM »
24/04/16 : Service Manual Item 6 added to list,
relating to different figures quoted for Rear Brake Disc run-out.



Smiles are infectious,and they are FREE,
so if you see someone without one, give them one of yours :-)