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    Engine Management LED
    on: Apr 08, 2016, 05.22 pm
    Apr 08, 2016, 05.22 pm
    Good evening chaps

    I have a small issue  :161:, my EM LED is lit after starting my TTSE from cold and after approx 5 seconds the High Temp LED lights up, the temp gauge starts flashing and the cooling fans kick in. If I go through the same cycle 5 times the High temp LED stays out and the temp gauge stops flashing but the EM LED stays on.

    The bike is a bit sluggish to ride but once warmed up it seems OK.

    I've only had the bike 2.5 months from new just wondered if any of you guys had experienced this type of problem in the past.

    I'm off to work so may not be able to get straight back to you if any questions need answering.

    TIA

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    Re: Engine Management LED
    Reply #1 on: Apr 08, 2016, 05.34 pm
    Apr 08, 2016, 05.34 pm
    Get the Bike back to your Triumph Dealer PDQ....or call them asap and get it picked-up

    They should be able to sort it..

    I hope it's nothing too serious and it gets sorted soon

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    Re: Engine Management LED
    Reply #2 on: Apr 08, 2016, 05.44 pm
    Apr 08, 2016, 05.44 pm
    Yes... an EM light means something needs sorting.... get it booked in.
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    Re: Engine Management LED
    Reply #3 on: Apr 08, 2016, 05.48 pm
    Apr 08, 2016, 05.48 pm
    looks like the temperature sender has an issue. 


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    Re: Engine Management LED
    Reply #4 on: Apr 08, 2016, 07.21 pm
    Apr 08, 2016, 07.21 pm
    Definitely something for your Dealer to sort out,
    but in the meantime, don't just switch the Ignition On and OFF,
    as this can ERASE some DTC's ( Diagnostic Trouble Codes ) that may be stored in the ECU.

    It is very easy to see any codes that have been stored
    by displaying them on your instrument panel  :169:

    This Link will direct you to instructions on how to do that :  Servicing Data, Reference Info. & DTC ( Fault ) Codes

    At the bottom of the most recent post you will find a downloadable Word Document
    that has a list of all the DTC's, and a description of their meaning,
    so you will pre-armed as to what your Dealer should find to be wrong ! :028:

    e.g. :
    P0117   Engine coolant temperature sensor short circuit to ground
    P0118   Engine coolant temperature sensor open circuit or short circuit to 5Volt sensor supply

    Cheers  :821:


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    Re: Engine Management LED
    Reply #5 on: Apr 09, 2016, 03.24 pm
    Apr 09, 2016, 03.24 pm
    Hi Guys

    Thanks very much, bike now back with dealer. They've lent me a bike a Street Triple 675  :125: my god what a difference to riding the TTSE. When I hear back I'll let you know what's going on.

    Thanks for all the advice.

    Ride safe

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    Re: Engine Management LED
    Reply #6 on: Apr 09, 2016, 03.41 pm
    Apr 09, 2016, 03.41 pm
    Good news GezB... Let's hope they get it sorted for you..

    I get to ride lots of other Current Model Triumphs from time to time - most are great fun, for a while. Some less so...

    What I do enjoy is getting back on my Trophy again afterwards..

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    Re: Engine Management LED
    Reply #7 on: Apr 09, 2016, 03.57 pm
    Apr 09, 2016, 03.57 pm
    Hi Gordon3xBBB

    I would just like to officially state "The Street Triple 675 is as mad as a box of frogs" :112:  but great fun to ride. Last time I rode something this mad was when I was 19 and that was a looooog time ago.  :745:

    As I say soon as I hear anything back about the Trophy I'll let you know - touring from 22nd May Western Europe so would like it back before then.

    Cheers

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