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    Ignition Switch Wiring Failures
    on: Oct 09, 2015, 12.08 am
    Oct 09, 2015, 12.08 am
    Trouble with my TT.  When turning handlebars to the right the engine and all power would cut off.  Seems the right hand brake line was pulling along the bottom of the ignition wiring coupling that goes into the ignition lock.  Took it to the dealer and they confirmed the same.  Part is back ordered from Triumph (must be everyone is having this issue).  Dealer says it may be a long while.
    Anybody know where I can order an ignition lock - Part Number: 3128098?  Tried BikeBandit, no luck.

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    Re: Ignition Lock / Ignition Wiring
    Reply #1 on: Oct 09, 2015, 02.04 am
    Oct 09, 2015, 02.04 am
    Sorry to hear.  I doubt anyone has it sitting on a shelf.  If it is backordered for your dealer, it is backordered for everyone.  If you actually ride motorcycles instead of own them, you have to have more than one if you want to keep riding when one is down for service.  A sad reality.

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    Re: Ignition Lock / Ignition Wiring
    Reply #2 on: Oct 09, 2015, 11.17 pm
    Oct 09, 2015, 11.17 pm
    If you actually ride motorcycles instead of own them, you have to have more than one if you want to keep riding when one is down for service.  A sad reality.
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    Re: Ignition Lock / Ignition Wiring
    Reply #3 on: Oct 10, 2015, 04.04 pm
    Oct 10, 2015, 04.04 pm
    Your dealer, if so inclined, has the ability to check other dealer inventory anywhere in the country
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    Ignition lock. Has anyone a diagram or scheme?
    Reply #4 on: May 02, 2016, 06.21 pm
    May 02, 2016, 06.21 pm
    Friends, good afternoon. I am looking for some help.

    I have detected that the headlights turn off when turning the handle bars to the right. I have discovered that there is a group of wires entering together from the left of the ignition lock body. If I move this group of wires the headlights light again.

    It seems to be clear that there is a faulse contact inside the ignition lock. I would like to try to dismount it. Can anybody send me a scheme or a diagram of the comoonents of the ignition lock?

    Thanks a lot in advance.

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    Rear Light Issue
    Reply #5 on: Sep 04, 2016, 03.37 pm
    Sep 04, 2016, 03.37 pm
    So, today I decided to upgrade the rear turn signals to LED. That bit went well and both flashed at the required standard rate and that was that; or so I thought. Being thorough, I decided to check the rear light and the tail light. before I buttoned everything up.

    Nothing from either!

    Checked both elements of the light unit on the bench with a 12v source. Both A1.

    Must be a bad earth I thought - Checked the black -12v common at the plug - good

    Checked the Brake and the Tail Light terminals at the socket against the -ve at the battery with a multimeter - nothing on either.

    This is with ignition on and even tried with the engine running.

    Checked lighting fuses - all OK.

    Any bright suggestions?
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    Re: Rear Light Issue
    Reply #6 on: Sep 04, 2016, 05.45 pm
    Sep 04, 2016, 05.45 pm
    but the regular bulbs back in the signals and see if everything comes back to normal would be the first thing that I would do.
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    Re: Rear Light Issue
    Reply #7 on: Sep 04, 2016, 07.21 pm
    Sep 04, 2016, 07.21 pm
    Thanks for the idea. That's the first thing I did although the turn signals have their own -ve return so can't have any effect on the brake or rear light
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