Question about Triumph Daytona 955i Motorcycles
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
All the information you will need is in the service manual. So...............here it is!! :-)
Just follow the colour codes for the wiring diagram.
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Posted on Apr 04, 2009
Google " service manuals triumph "
or go to www.repairmanuals.com
or try your local library. Often guys will donate manuals to the library.
You might find a free pdf service manual on this site, they have a ton of them.
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Posted on Apr 06, 2009
let is sit for a day and dry out. you probably got moisture into the spark plugs, or the distributor, or the wires. if you have a battery charger, charge the battery while you are waiting.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
This is a common problem with the Daytona's 2002+. Typically its the charging system and if the battery level gets below 12v the instrument panel will not function properly (LED display will read or flash something other than what is normal). Recommend charging the battery and checking the voltage @ the battery while running. If voltage drops as RPM increase: Replace reg/rect. The Stator my also go bad too. Too T/S (remove tail section disconnect the 3 wire connector coming from the stator and pin check a/c voltage across two pins at a time. check condition of connector and wires, if it feels stiff and brittle replace wire loom and check 3 pin connector under the fuel tank. If still bad, should be Approx 45v a/c @ idle, replace stator OR send it out for a re-wind. It's cheaper more durable and you get a 1 year warranty. I recommend Custom re-wind for this.
Owner of a 2002 50K+ mile and still runs like new
Posted on May 04, 2010
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remove wheel, remove brake, use a screwdriver to spread the gap between the pads( to make room for the new pads to fit on the disk...do not do this with the new pads you will mess them up) remove the 2 allen screw pins that hold the pads in place . if you are worried take out your phone and snap a pic of everything before you go to the next step. when the pins come out there is a spring plate in the top. dont forget it when you put the new pads in. installation is just a reverse of what you just did. be sure to squeeze the lever a few times when you are done re installing the calliper on the disk and check your brake fluid level under the seat--next to the battery on the right side- yeah under the starter relay---that thing with the red wir attached and the plug and clear cover.
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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