Question about 2004 Triumph Sprint ST
It sounds like an alarm/imobilisor problem, is it a datatool alarm. imobiliser?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Engine does not start
JUST A SHOT IN THE DARK ON THIS.
TRY DISCONECTING THE POSITIVE POWER CABLE ON YOUR BATTERY,AND WAIT TEN OR TWENTY MIN.THEN PUT THE POSITTIVE BACK ON IT.
SEE IF THAT WILL RESET IT.
HOPE THIS HELPS
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
SOURCE: Triumph Trident Starting
ok, there is two possibly problems u could be experiencing. ONE: would be a worn out solenoid(needs to be replaced) or TWO: the starter bruckes are worn out so far that it is actually grounding out or they are not conecting to the armature in the starter. this is a relatively easy fix, but to try to find the parts s another story. i would recomend taking it to ur local dealer or a starter repair shop. they will be able to get the parts and fix it for u. my dad works at a starter/alternator repair shop here in chatham ontario.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Hi, the problem lays with your side stand switch. This is designed to stop us riding off with the stand down. When the switch plays up the safety still works with the stand up. Try giving it a good clean and spray with WD40. It gets covered in crud from the chain lube.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
A guess. If you are running on "start" you might not be charging. But then, if you are running on "Start" I would suspect the starter would also be running. You didnt say this was the problem.
Is your battery going dead? Your alternator is putting out? Check the rectifier.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
try charging up the battery, the starter needs around 60 amps to turn over compared to the lights that only need around 5 amps, maybe it just doesnt have enough power to turn it over... hope this helps
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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