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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this is most likely a bent or broken shift fork a broken gear cluster or foreign object lodged in the transmission housing this is very complicated repair and should not be attempted buy untrained mechanic it can also be costly repair
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
SOURCE: Brake lights don't work
Test the bulbs, either with a multimeter or by taking leads from the battery (one from each terminal) and touching them on the bulbs terminals...no light...new bulb.
If bulbs are OK then clean all terminals with emery paper. Still no luck...use mulitimeter to test continuity from fuse to bulb seat terminal. If no continuity check the wiring has not been damaged...if so replace it. Usually this is a corrosion problem. Good Luck.
Posted on May 12, 2009
Get a Haynes Manual. I work on my own bikes with a Factory Manual, The Haynes or Clymer Manual and a Parts Book. If you are going to do your own work you need these books. Period.
Here are some simple diagrams that give the basic idea of what works for the Typanium Rectifier set up.
Here is a good site for "Home Mechanics".. I love this site.. has some great Triumph stuff and repair info.
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
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