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    Relays
    on: Mar 07, 2015, 09.38 pm
    Mar 07, 2015, 09.38 pm
    Does anyone have a service manual that has all the relays and which ones are for what? When messing around with my bike today I noticed that one of my relays was pretty warm for no longer I had the bike running. While the bike was running I pulled the relay and nothing happened, but my radio reception got considerably better and when I put it back in, it went back to the way it was. It was one of the four relays just in front of the first fuse box. There are 4 grouped together. It was the one closest toward the back of the bike and to the outside. What made think about touching it was that it had a film of greasy dirt on it and I was going to wipe it off and noticed how hot it was. :187:
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    Re: Relays
    Reply #1 on: Mar 08, 2015, 07.21 am
    Mar 08, 2015, 07.21 am
    Relays on left side of bike :

    Front bank ( 4 relays ) :

    1. ( Forward right ) = Fuel Pump
    2. ( Rear right ) = Engine Management System
    3. ( Forward left ) = Cooling Fan
    4. ( Rear left ) = Headlight


    Rear Bank ( 2 relays )

    1. ( Forward ) = Starter
    2. ( Rear ) = Accessories


    Relays on right side of bike :

    Bank of 4 relays :

    1. ( Rear left ) = Rear Brake Switch
    2. ( Forward left ) = Windscreen 1 ( Up )
    3. ( Forward right ) = Windscreen 2 ( Down )
    4. ( Rear right ) = TopBox (  if fitted )

    Hope that helps - If not please post a Photo showing which relay it is  :028:




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    Re: Relays
    Reply #2 on: Mar 08, 2015, 11.34 am
    Mar 08, 2015, 11.34 am
    Thanks Coconut. According to description it would've been the headlight one which explains why it was hot right after starting the bike. You the man! :020:
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    Re: Relays
    Reply #3 on: Mar 08, 2015, 11.36 am
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    The headlight relay will also be hot if you pull in the clutch then turn on the ignition - the headlights come on without the bike running. The dealertool has test for all those sort of things as well.

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    Re: Relays
    Reply #4 on: Mar 09, 2015, 01.25 am
    Mar 09, 2015, 01.25 am
    Thanks Saaz. I didn't know of that feature.
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    Re: Relays
    Reply #5 on: Mar 26, 2015, 06.37 pm
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    There are only two different types of relay. I bought them from world of triumph and found that there is just enough room to locate the spare relays upside down on top of an existing relay using a bit of thin plastic tubing to stop it falling off.

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    Re: Relays
    Reply #6 on: Jun 24, 2019, 04.45 pm
    Jun 24, 2019, 04.45 pm
    Is there a horn relay? My horn/tail/brake lamps are out and they share a fuse, but the fuse is good. Is there a specific relay for them? I didn't see that I closed in Coconut's list.
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    Re: Relays
    Reply #7 on: Jun 24, 2019, 05.58 pm
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    A discussion about the Power supply to the Audio Unit and Sat Nav,
    which is not related to the Topic of "Relays" has been Split from this Topic,
    and used to create a New Topic in the Audio, Sat Nav and Intercom Section :

    NO Power to Audio and Sat Nav ?

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