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Offline jaapvanthoff

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wiring scheme
« on: August 27, 2014, 07:23:38 am »
Can anybody help me to get an electric wiring scheme for a 2014 TTSE?

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Re: wiring scheme
« Reply #1 on: August 27, 2014, 09:12:01 am »
Triumph can ! - There are wiring diagrams in the back of the Service Manual !

... or from here : World of Triumph

Was something specific you needed to know ?

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Re: wiring scheme
« Reply #2 on: August 28, 2014, 07:37:46 am »
Hallo Mr. Coconut.

Yes, I have seen your topic about the extra red lights, and amber pointers.
I have a plan to do a similar job.
My TTSE is 1 month old, and the first trip from The Netherlands to the south of Belgium, I have seen more rain in 2 day’s than normally in a month. And I needed kilometers because of the first service job, before my holydays.
I noticed that the rear fender is way too small to prevent the top case of sand and dirt.
In a week I go to Norway for a short vacation and for that period I have mounted a plastic (HDPE) plate nearby my number plate.
In the mean while I ordered a stainless steel plate in the shape I think mud and water will stay away.
This gives me the opportunity to mount an extra rear light. I have seen in your topic that the standard LED rear light works on different Volt values. And so different light brightness.
My idea is that the extra lamp will be connected to a switched power supplier. Probably the cigarette lighter in the back will do this job.
And like my R1200RT the TT is a can bus system bike; I do not like to break in into this system.

Within a month I have photos from before, temporally and final mud guard.

“service manual” we get with the bike here in The Netherlands not a proper manual. We get only a small book. In the Dutch language. And at every page: “Warning!” “be careful”
If I like to we warned, I will drive a Mercedes or something,  :233:

 
kind regards from a sunny Rotterdam
Jaap 
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Re: wiring scheme
« Reply #3 on: August 28, 2014, 04:39:55 pm »
I don't know if the shop service manual is available in Dutch but your English seems to be excellent (as with most Dutch people I've met) and a very thorough manual designed for use by dealer technicians is available in English.  Certainly I've bought one for every model of Triumph I've ever owned.
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