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    Heated seat
    on: Jun 16, 2018, 05.42 pm
    Jun 16, 2018, 05.42 pm
    Hi guys. Have seen the posts about having to short the plug out under the glove box to get the heated grips icon to display in the dash, any ideas on how I get the heated seat one to work? The seat works fine just no icon in dash?

    Any ideas?

    Thanks
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    Re: Heated seat
    Reply #1 on: Jun 20, 2018, 10.50 am
    Jun 20, 2018, 10.50 am
    It has to be enabled in the Menu that Triumph Dealers have access to !

    ( Note that Heated Seats only work with engine running, and the Icons only appear when
    the Seat(s) are switched ON - the Icon is removed from the display after they are switched off ).

    This CAN now be done using the after market "DealerTool" device.

    This is a very useful device for checking various settings,
    analysing Fault Codes ( and resetting them ) etc etc -
    See DealerTool's web site from the above link.

    See this Topic for the latest Software release that allows Instrument Panel Icons
    to be enabled or disabled for Heated Grips, Heated Seats and TPMS :

    DealerTool Software Update Version 6.30a Released

    Cheers  :821:





    Last Edit: Mar 12, 2020, 05.46 pm by Coconut

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    Re: Heated seat
    Reply #2 on: Jun 29, 2019, 10.50 am
    Jun 29, 2019, 10.50 am
    Daft question, but where does the dealertool plug in?

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    Re: Heated seat
    Reply #3 on: Jun 29, 2019, 10.54 am
    Jun 29, 2019, 10.54 am
    OBD Type connector on a lead
    strapped to the top of the main battery.  :028:

    Last Edit: Jan 07, 2020, 08.59 pm by Coconut

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    Re: Heated seat
    Reply #4 on: Jun 29, 2019, 01.52 pm
    Jun 29, 2019, 01.52 pm
    Thanks Coconut. Unfortunately I cant get it to connect to my netbook.

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    Re: Heated seat
    Reply #5 on: Jun 29, 2019, 03.45 pm
    Jun 29, 2019, 03.45 pm
    I have copied & pasted this from another Topic :

    *Originally Posted by Coconut [+]
    The problem is more than likely to be a result of Windows installing what it thinks is the correct driver.

    DealerTool are usually very good at getting back to Support requests,
    but in the meantime - Iíll try this,
    which worked for me when I had a similar issue :

    Always use the same USB Port ( once it's all working this will help prevent Windows
    from recognising it again and installing the wrong Driver again ! ).

    Turn off any connection your computer has to the Internet ( enable "Flight Mode" etc. ).

    Plug the DealerTool in to your chosen USB Port,
    then go to the Windows Control Panel / Device Manager and have a look under Ports ( COM / LPT ).
    The DealerTool should show up there as "Prolific USB-to-Serial Comm Port (COM5)" .....
    Your own COM Port Number may vary !

    If it is not listed as this, or if there is a Yellow Exclamation mark against it,
    then the wrong driver is installed, so Right Click on it and select the "Uninstall" option.

    Unplug the DealerTool Device, then enable Internet access.

    From Windows Control Panel, Programs & Features,
    see if you have "PL203 Code 10 Fix Version 1.8" - If you do, Uninstall it.

    Next Uninstall any previous version of the DealerTool software program.

    RESTART your PC !

    From the DealerTool Web Site Download page , download this :

    Assuming your Windows 10 PC is 64 Bit, click to Download the "Driver Files for Windows 64 Bit Windows".

    This will download a package titled "PL203_64bit_Installer.zip"

    Once downloaded, Unzip the folder by Double clicking it and following the Instructions,
    then Right Click the unzipped "PL203_64bit_Installer" and select "Run as Administrator",
    if that Option is available, otherwise just Run.

    Monitor the installation and when completed, Restart your PC.

    Turn off Internet Access ( Flight Mode ON ), then Plug the DealerTool device
    into the same USB Port - Check Windows Control Panel / Device Manager
    to ensure the DealerTool is now shown as "Prolific USB-to-Serial Comm Port (COM5)".

    If it is then leave the DealerTool device plugged in, and re-install the DealerTool Version 6.30a software,
    again by Right Clicking the "Run as Administrator" option from the "setup" file if available,
    or Run if not.

    If you need to download the Software again, it is available
    from the same place as the Driver Download mentioned above.

    Once the DealerTool software has been installed, with the DealerTool device still connected,
    Click on the "Options" Menu, and the COM Port to which the DealerTool is connected should be shown
    in the List of available COM Ports - Click on the COM Port,
    which should then appear on the bottom line of the DealerTool program Window.

    You can now connect the DealerTool to your Trophy Diagnostics Port,
    Turn on the Ignition and have the Kill Switch in the RUN position.
    Next click "ECU Data" from the DealerTool Menu, and "Read ECU Data".

    If not already done you will then need to follow the procedure to get your ECU Key,
    by following the instructions that will appear.

    Make sure your Computer is NOT set to apply "Windows Updates" automatically, as you could end up
    with the Drivers being over-written, and have to go through the above process again !   :157:

    I always enter "Flight Mode" as a precaution too, before plugging the DealerTool in !

    In normal use, connect the DealerTool to your PC USB Port, Before running the DealerTool software !


    Cheers  :821:

    Last Edit: Jan 07, 2020, 08.58 pm by Coconut

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    Re: Heated seat
    Reply #6 on: Jun 29, 2019, 04.08 pm
    Jun 29, 2019, 04.08 pm
    Thanks, but I think my netbook is probably past it. I couldn't download Garmin express a few weeks back.

     



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