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For future reference try this :

Spare Parts List.  :028:

Cheers  :821:


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You cna also check yor VIN Number on the Triumph Web Site here :

Triumph Owners Safety Recall Search.

It's a shame that many Dealers forget / neglect to complete an entry on Page 5
of the Owners Service Handbook when Recall work such as this is completed
as per the Recall instructions, but you can check the Triumph Web Site
for any outstanding Recalls on your Bike by entering the VIN Number here :

Triumph Motorcycles Safety Recall Search

Annoyingly, it does not show any Recalls that have beeen completed, only those that are outstanding.

Cheers  :821:


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I'm not aware of a "20% cut off feature".

The closest thing I can find is this on Page 67 of the Owners Handbook :
 
Brake Use
At low throttle opening (approximately 20),
the brakes and throttle can be used together.
At high throttle opening (greater than 20), if
the brakes are applied for greater than
2 seconds the throttles will close and the
engine speed will reduce. To return to normal
throttle operation, release the throttle control,
release the brakes and then re-open the
throttle

Cheers  :821:




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Triumph Trophy - General Chat / Re: White paint
« on: Yesterday at 05:10:11 PM »
I have no idea about T2350095 and whether it is primed or not.

I will find out on Tuesday for you.

Cheers  :821:


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New Members / Re: Greetings from Minnesota, USA!
« on: Yesterday at 05:08:03 PM »
Hi yllan, and :400: to the Club !


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I have to ask this question ( and I'm sure John would chuckle ) ...

... the tyre mechanic for company I drove for used golf balls in the truck tyres ...

Did he ever get a HOLE IN ONE ?  :745:



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Triumph Trophy - General Chat / Re: White paint
« on: Yesterday at 11:03:40 AM »
I know all about being wrong -

I thought I was wrong once, and it turned out that I was wrong !  :745:

.... My thoughts are that on the Bike Bandit Web site you can select 2017 as a Year for the Trophy,
and while most of the Parts pages are there, the one for the Top box covers is missing,
there are only the pages listing the Carcasses / Bases without the coloured lids,
whereas if you select the Year as 2016, the "Top Box" page IS there.

Anyone contacting Bike Bandit and asking for parts for their "2017" Trophy
may encounter the same type of problem.

Just to add to the confusion, if you select 2015 as the Year, the "Top Box" page is there,
but it doesn't include the Phantom Black coloured lid, only the Lunar Silver and Pacific Blue,
even though the Phantom Black colour for the Trophy was announced by Triumph in 2014
and was definitely available by 2015 !  :087:

Cheers  :821:




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I wouldn't worry about investigating the Cruise Control not engaging until everything else is working properly, although ..
... it did not bring back the cruise control (no symbol on the dash
when the CC on/off handlebar button was clicked in ...

The Cruise control light does not come on until Cruise control is active, i.e. while riding
( at 30 MPH or higher and in 4th Gear or higher ), and have pressed the "Set" button.


DTC P1650 ( Lost communication with Immobiliser ECM ) is a Code where,
if there are no other Faults present, the Engine MIL Light will go out after 3 "No Fault " starts.

As you suspect you may have disturbed something, and you were working in the area concerned,
check the connector plug for the combined Immobiliser / TPMS ECM, which is located directly underneath
the left mirror pod - it's quite awkward to get at, but removing the Storage Box and mirror panels
should give you better access to check.  Make sure the Multi Plug connector is securely pushed onto it.

The Service Manual guidance for checking this DTC is to ensure the wires are secure
and firmly plugged in to the ECM, with further checks for cable and terminal integrity at :

Pins 1 and 6 of the Immobiliser ECM, and 
Pins A33 and A34 of the Main ECM.

Further checks are, with the Immobiliser disconnected, for short circuits :
between Main ECM pins A33 to Ground and A34 to Ground,
and for Continuity of wiring between :
Immobiliser ECM Pin 1 to Main ECM Pin A34,
Immobiliser ECM Pin 6 to Main ECM Pin A33,
Immobiliser ECM Pin 7 to Ground,
Ignition Switch Pin 5 to Immobiliser Pin 2, and
Ignition Switch Pin 5 to Immobiliser Pin 8.

Those last two checks bring me to ask if you have had the Ignition Switch Wiring Safety Recall done ?

Wires from the base of the Ignition switch can be damaged which could result in this problem.

Has Member T800XC been to visit you yet ?

Cheers  :821:





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