Question about 2008 Triumph Daytona 675
Female needing some help!!!! I had an accident on my 675 recently. When i picked her up she was still runing (found out later the fall detector had broken off). When i got her back home the clocks would switch on and fuel pump would prime but she wouldnt start. No probs i thought, something must have been damaged. So now i have her more or less back together but then electrics wouldnt even come on. Battery and fuses are ok.
But last night while fiddling about trying to get the steering lock on (wouldnt, got to look into that to)it suddenly came alive, the fuel pump even primed, (altho not staright away). Happy, happy, happy!!! Short lived tho...the engine light came on, and then it died again. Couldnt get any life back.
Have heard that when you use the kill switch it can damage the regulator rectifier, does this sound like it could be that? Or does it sound more like somethings wrong with the ignition?
Any information and help you can give would be grateully recieved. Thanks,
Have the ecu plugged in at a truimph dealership or get the codes from truimph and find a bike specialists who have the right equipment to do an overall diegnostic,this will tell you everything going on with the bikes electrics
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
If you dropped the bike on the left side, it is possible that the stater was pushed into the rotor and it shorted out. I had the same thing happen to my bike. First thing to check is the battery. Make sure it has 12 volts. If it does not, put it on a trickle charger for a day or so and try again. If it starts up, runs for a while (like a day or two) then dies again, check the battery voltage. If the battery is dead, the stater is not charging it. If the stater needs to be replaced, I would recommend replacing the volt regulator/rectifier as well. I found the parts for my Daytona 600 at regulatorrectifier.com for about 800 dollars less that what Triumph wanted me to pay.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
It seems the wiring around the ignition switch could be the problem, its worth checking the connections over there!
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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