Question about Triumph Motorcycles
If I remember correctly, 220F is the set cut off temperature so at least that shows that part is working. The cooling fan should cut in before it gets that high so I would check that all is working there. Maybe by-pass the temp sensor to have the fan running all the time and see if that stops the temp rising so high. If it doesn't then maybe you have a blockage in your cooling system or the thermostat is faulty (not opening to allow coolant flow)
Posted on Apr 22, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My 2003 triumph tt600 shuts off when the temp reaches 220F it won't restart till it cools below 190F then when it reaches 220 it shuts off again it seems like I hear a little click as it shuts off
That is programed into your ECU and is a safety to stop engine damage. I would be checking the cooling system and thermostat for correct operation as 190F is the correct operation temperature.
Posted on Apr 14, 2015
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