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You might be better off asking the question on the Triumph Tiger Explorer Forum !

Looking at Tiger Explorer Parts on the World of Triumph Web Site
it lists Item 3 as either "Key, Cut, Immobiliser", or "Key, Blank Immobiliser"
so it looks like the Tiger Ignition does need the key with a Transponder in it.

I am confused by your comment, "... or just a standard type key blank like on my 2013 SE ..."

The Trophy Ignition key does have a Transponder in it to de-activate the Ignition Immobiliser !

An official Triumph Dealer may be able to provide a new Ignition Key with Tramsponder
if they are given the Tiger VIN Number.  They will probably require proof of ownership,
and the new Key ( Transponder ) will then need to be programmed in to the Tiger ECU,
by the Dealer before it will work to disable the Immobiliser.

Cheers  :821:


 

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Modifications and Appearance / Re: Grip Puppies
« on: November 11, 2019, 06:20:36 AM »
Neoprene ?


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New Members / Re: Greetings from Pennsylvania, USA
« on: November 11, 2019, 06:16:36 AM »
Hi nepa and :400: to the Club !


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Lighting, Electrical, and Wiring / Re: Ignition Switch Wiring Failures
« on: November 10, 2019, 08:30:03 AM »
briandca:

The Ignition Lock is secured with two Security "Shear Bolts".
the heads of which break off when tightened up on fitting.
( See image below - Item No.11 )
The Bolts are Part Number T3330324 and are size M6 X 1.0 X 20.

To remove the lock these have to be carefully drilled out.

If you are buying a new Lock, check that the bolts are included in the kit.

There are also two Stainless Steel elongated M6 washers ( Item 12 )
under the bolts ( T3550436 ) that can be re-used.

I presume you've had the wiring pulled apart, and that's why you're having to do this work.

Have you seen my other Topic here : Ignition Switch Wiring Failures - List of Members affected ! ?

I am in the process of taking this matter up with Triumph, and the UK DVSA,
and am trying to collate details of all Trophy motorcycles that have suffered the failure,
and it would be really appreciated if you could send me the following information
by Private Message ( Personal details will not be posted on the Forum ) :

  • Name
  • Address
  • Trophy Registration / VIN Number
  • Year of manufacture
  • Approximate Mileage when fault occurred
  • Approximate date of failure
  • Was this reported to Triumph ?
  • Was this reported to DVSA ( or the equivalent Department of Motoring outside the UK ) ?

Cheers  :821:


 



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New Members / Re: New member from Belgium
« on: November 09, 2019, 05:08:12 PM »
Hi Maxime and :400: to the Club !

Cheers  :821:


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New Members / Re: Hello
« on: November 09, 2019, 07:50:17 AM »
Hi GreenMartian and :400: to the Club !


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Lighting, Electrical, and Wiring / Re: Screen stopped working
« on: November 08, 2019, 07:35:44 PM »
Thanks for the update Wayne  :028:

Glad you now have it all working again.

That's 2 Forum Members now that had the wiring connection
within the loom under the back edge of the fuel tank fail,
and not only had to repair that, but had to replace the Screen motor too.

It would be interesting to know exactly what component failed, and why ?  :084:

Cheers  :821:



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Triumph Trophy - General Chat / Re: Downshifting and false neutral
« on: November 08, 2019, 05:43:48 AM »
There have been other Members with similar problems of going into Neutral when
between Gears, and these were due to Bent / worn Selector forks in the gearbox.

The good news for you is that your Trophy is still under warranty
so I would get it to your Dealer and let them sort it out.  :028:

Cheers  :821:


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