Question about 2005 Triumph Sprint ST
For the misfire check your plugs as they could be on their way out and check the leads for any signs of wear as they could be arcing out on the motor somewhere. the fuel gauge may need to be reset. whether this is done on a full tank and disconnecting the battery for a while im not to sure but it sounds like the logical sorta thing.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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