Question about Triumph Daytona 955i Motorcycles
I have check everything from power to the lights and the fuses, all good but still wont work.any ideas anyone? I'm stuck!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There should be a circuit relay breaker that may have blown. If all fuses are good, try to locate the circuit breaker (about 3/4 square" black box) Usually behind the battery box, possibly mounted to the fender. If you find it and access it, change it. Another problem, depending how long the bike has been sitting and temperatures, is corrosion build up on the solonoid contacts. I've had to pull the solonoid apart and using a very fine metal file, remove the green corrosion build up. Do not use emery cloth! The glue on the paper will come off on your contact plate. Check the contact shoulder's as well. I've had to shim them up at times. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
SOURCE: 955i engine torque settings?
tightening torques-cyl head-stage 1 -14 ft. lbs.,stage 2-19 ft. lbs.,stage 3-90 degree final turn. cam cover-4 ft. lbs., camshaft sprocket-11ft. lbs.,clutch hub-stage 1-38 ft. lbs.,stage 2-76 ft. lbs.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
When there is no charging system operational, the bike will run wih battery in total loss mode. When it gets to a certain point of discharge, the first indication is indeed as you saw, the intruments go blank. There is little power left at this point and need to get home asap!
Either the R/R (rectifier/regulator) and/or the stator is bad - both are unfortunately quite common failures on these bikes.
You can find a diagnosis guide that I personally authored at this site:
Follow those guidelines and you will be able to determine which or both is failed.
Also is a recommendation for a retrofit/upgrade to a better component if you do need to replace the R/R.
Posted on Aug 15, 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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