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Offline Wilko

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Reading faults
« on: October 21, 2018, 02:45:36 PM »


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With Coconut's information, again, found doing a search,......it's very helpful  :153:.....I was able to find this display, I didn't even know it was there, anyway, now that I have found it, how do I get any faults to display, or do I need the bit of kit to read it, I though a brief display came up  :084:..... :183:  :440:
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Re: Reading faults
« Reply #1 on: October 21, 2018, 09:13:14 PM »
Hi Wilko,

That Screen is accessed by :

Switching on the Ignition ( don't start the engine).
If the Radio is OFF proceed to the next step, otherwise turn the Radio OFF
( Volume all the way down, to MUTE then OFF ), then switch the Ignition OFF,
wait a few seconds then switch the Ignition back ON ( don't start the engine ).
Now with the Radio OFF, Press and hold Button "P" for a few seconds and that screen will appear.

The title of the Screen "DIAGNOSTICS" is a little misleading -
All it does is display the Audio System Software Version,
by scrolling down to "S/W Version" then presssing button "i",
or displays the Global Country setting by scrolling down to "LOCATION"
and pressing "i" - the Country ( e.g. "EUROPE" ) will then be displayed.

To access any FAULT CODES ( Triumph calls them "Diagnostic Trouble Codes" or "DTC's"),
there is a different process.

From Ignition OFF, Press and Hold in the "SCROLL UP" and "i" buttons together,
and keep them pressed in while turning on the Ignition - Don't start the engine,
but continue to hold those buttons in until the Speedo & Tacho needles
have completed their sweep, and this Screen will then be displayed :



"P0000" means there are NO Fault Codes ( DTC's ) Stored  :028:

If a Code ( or Codes - there will be an Option to Scroll if there are more than one ) appear,
refer to this Topic :

Servicing Data, Reference Info. & DTC ( Fault ) Codes - Scroll to Reply #8 ( "Diagnostic Trouble Codes ( DTC's ) / Fault Codes" ),
and at the end of that Post you will find a Downloadable Document that lists all of the DTC's.
together with a brief explanation of their meanings, and other information.

No external equipment is needed to read these codes, or to reset most of them, which will reset
and / or be deleted after a specified number of "No Fault" starts, as explained in the above document.

If you have the "DealerTool" device, this can assist with troubleshooting some problems,
and can also be used to erase DTC's ( once the fault has been rectified ) earlier than waiting for
those specified number of "No Fault" starts.

If you need help with any Codes that you have, Search the Forum for that Code to see if a solution
already exists, or create a New Topic quoting the Code and the symptoms, if any, that occur.

Cheers  :821:



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Re: Reading faults
« Reply #2 on: October 21, 2018, 10:55:03 PM »
Cheers Alan for that.
I will take a look next time I get five mins, iím Interested to see if itís showing any faults, but iím Not aware of any. :002:
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