I'm getting this pair when I check. P16A2 and P1640
Thanks, I can't find any codes that match. The OBDLink MX+ software shows P16A2 as IMU problem and P1640 as Rollover detection disabled due to IMU.i tried to find triumph code meanings to verify the codes but could not find.
the p16A2 on cars/trucks is a tps throttle position sensor code
now going on cars/truck the system is complicated u have a complicated tps on handle bar then you have another throttle motor with another tps and the ecu cross references the information and if it doesn't match it will shut down the system.
now there are a lot of if's in here and i was wondering when this was going to show it's face and if there was going to be anyone that could diagnose this problem and fix it.
you could research the new manual for info on the codes.
i would start a new thread on this problem and codes.
Is the new battery a LI-ION by any chance?It's been 1 week since I got bike back from dealer. They stated the issue was the battery. Only charged for 1 hour's labour so I'm guessing they didn't really look any further than the rear of the bike. Regulator/rectifier, stator, frayed wiring etc could have caused the battery issue but I'll never know. I've put 200ks on it and so far no problems, electrically speaking. However, now when starting from cold it just cranks but won't start no matter how long the starter button is pressed. If I stop, then try again it starts immediately. According to dealer, it had a software update when the new battery was installed and this non-starting glitch is normal. When the bike is warm it starts straight away. It's only when starting the next day this software issue arises. "TRIPLESPEED" started a thread stating the same troubles as me. Soon as he got a software update his bike wouldn't start first time either....
Just yet another annoying problem. I'm looking at trading/selling for something else as soon as I can. The bike itself runs great and it has done for 7800kms. Maybe the new owner who might be mechanically minded will have better luck.
the reason i ask is i have learned through personal experience that Li-Ion batteries and some if the newer technology batteries need to warm up before being able to get all their cranking amps going like even turning on a turn signal or so before starting wondering if maybe you try that and like turn the bike on for a few seconds before you hit the ignition on the first start of the dayDynavolt Gel