Question about 2007 Triumph Daytona 675
When I press any button on the instrument the neutral light goes off and the engine light comes on instead. All buttons react the same. A clear click is heard when buttons are pressed, as expected. The tachometer and speedometer works but it is not possible to select any functions such as setting the clock. The functionwindow only shows the time since battery was connected. When I push the two buttons to set the clock, the zero in the speedometer window changes to the digit one. The problem began when the regulator broke down. The regulator and battery is replaced and the alarm is disconnected. But the problem remains. Has anyone seen anything similar?
Hi, Danne_strobe for this situation I would call or visit my local dealer or reputable shop's service/parts department and inquire about any possible quick fix, answers, or parts inquiry. I would gamble a $100 diagnostic test first.
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Posted on Apr 05, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Instrument panel bulb removal
Push the rubber boot forward from behind and the bulb glass cover should pop out from the front of the instrument panel with a little prying with your finger tip. You don't have to push it far, just enough for the cover to pop out of the lip. Then you will be able to remove the bulb. I then use needle nose pliers to remove the bulb.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: neutral light goes out when warm
The sidestand kill switch is working properly, no issue there. I would try a can of freeze spray when the neutral light is out and attempt to cool various points in the circuit. Pay particular attention to where the sensor wiring enters the rest of the wiring harness or the fusebox area, I suspect a broken wire.
Posted on Jan 24, 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
Ok i see, Have you checked the bike battery?
is it charged or has the alarm worn it down?
One thing about bike alarms is that they constantly drain power from the bike battery when the alarm is armed on not.
If you ride your bike every days no problems , if you ride on week ends only you could find yourself in this predicament again so, on the alarm wiring you should be able to locate the power supply to it from your bike battery, this wire will have a fuse in it so check the fuse too , and if you want to keep it off because your done with alarms, then just leave the fuse out and you should be back in business.
If your bike won't start because the alarm has an immobilizer , to remove it would be easy if you know where it is connected to, in your case the ignition which, there should be evidence of where they connected it and it will require you to remove your tank and seat for access so be prepared to get the tools out , the immobilizer is usually connected directly to either the harness or the ignition switch, unfortunately to find the connection point will be difficult because each alarm installer hides his wires differently so , your gonna have fun locating them, your best bet is to check your bike battery , should be 12 volts or better if it reads 10 or 11 volts or less , get a new bike battery to get the bike going and take it to your local triumph store, the mechanics there no those bikes inside out ,
The alarms we have here do the same thing , i also have a triumph , (rocket 111) i have had the pleasure of riding the TT600 , a very fun bike to ride, the way i see it , if they can steel it and they can't find it , my insurance will get a call,
I've had alarms in the past and believe me their more trouble than their worth,
I hope i helped and not driven you crazy, lol ride safe :)
Posted on May 17, 2009
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