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Engine management light

My triumph daytona 675 engine management light stays on , i have only had this problem since i did not use the bike for a month , i took the battery out before leaving it , when i put the battery back in when i went to use the bike again , the bike is running fine but it still stays on .

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  • Anonymous Mar 01, 2009

    i had the same problem, the valve on your exhaust be by stuck shut,

  • chris1984uk Mar 29, 2009

    I have an 06 daytona 675. Been amazing until someone knocked my bike over and broke the wing mirror.Now the engine light stays on. put some oil in and it went off for 10 mins then came back on???

  • robertbowen5 May 10, 2009

    Hi, can anyone help. My 08 Daytona 675 engine management light flashes 7 times then stops for a few seconds then flashes 7 times again. It started after the bike went into a wheelie during a very enthusiastic start !! It seems to run ok, but am i doing the bike harm to leave it as it is ?

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Engine management light was on permernantly after replacing battery, took advice and let bike idle until thermo fan started, turned bike off and let thermo fan stop, restarted bike and engine management light went off. this proceedure resets engine management system. GREAT ADVICE thanks.

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I had the same problem when i fitted a racing chip, the engine management light came on when i reconnected the battery, the workshop manual says there is 2 reasons for this 1 is a fault has been detected and if it is not logged in the memory idle the engine until the auto fan starts then switch off and allow a full shutdown of the electrical system, then restart. If this does not work then the fault has been logged in the memory and only the agents can remove this with the diagnostic tool.

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Ive had this happen to my daytona 955i reason is because youve disconnected the battery , on reconnection of the battery you must run the bike through 3 heat cycles ie the fan must run 3 times then the ecu resets itself and the engine management light will go off. this information is correct every time you take battery off, to change or charge up just run your bike standing still until fan runs 3 times after this light will go off

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I had the same problem with engine management light staying on, I'm not sure what I did, but I checked the flap and moved it with a thin wire that fits through the wire screen, turned bike on while looking at the flap and accelerating, then light went off. I also tapped on the exhaust valve, moved the adjustment just a bit, but not much, and maybe that's what solved the problem. One of the two things I did above solved my problem. Good luck!!!

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