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ABS Light burns after monting new tyres. New tyres, Dunlop Rodsteron (front and back) on my Tiger 1050 2008 ABS feels good, but the ABS light is burning :-(. Any experience on this?

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Unfortunately you have to go to a Triumph dealer as this is a software problem that needs to be reset via your diagnosic port,the only machine that will do this is a dealer machine or a mac tools ET80 eobd reader which costs about £79 but will read any other engine management problems that you will encounter which seem to come up if you do anything to a triumph,even if you change the battery, If you cant find a mac tools dealer in your area then contact mactools@hotmail.co.uk
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