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Q My new Triumph Bonneville has a serious problem. If the battery falls below 12.6 volts, the ECU will not let it start.

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brett

Australia

#1 Oct 29, 2009
triumph have released a new ecu map to fix this, see your dealer.
cyclepilot

Lithonia, GA

#3 Feb 2, 2010
When did Triumph switch from Witworth to metric. Would like to find a bonnie to "tinker" with, but don't want to buy new set of tools
Thanks

Since: Feb 10

Lithonia, GA

#4 Feb 2, 2010
OOOps, wrong response. Wanted to agree with brett, local dealer should be able to upload new ecu map program.
elelyonson

Hollidaysburg, PA

#5 Aug 6, 2010
I have a 2010 Speedmaster,no matter what temp it is i have to use the choke or the bike shuts down, it has EFI so it should crank in 90 degree temps wothout the choke any solutions? has anyone else had the same problem? took it to my dealer they put on the machine problem still there.

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