Triumph 3 T Fault Codes

Triumph 3 T motorcycles have engines, which are made up of many different parts. These parts must work together in order for the engine to function. A problem with one of the parts can make the engine not run. There are many different parts that make up an engine. The following triumph 3 t faults are the list of some of the parts of a motorcycle engine.

One of the most common issues with Triumph 3 T motorcycle electrical systems is a clogged battery terminal. This can cause your ride to start having issues with the electrical components. Discolored terminals are often caused by a build-up of corrosion. This will prevent electrons from flowing properly, which reduces your rideā€™s electrical performance.

Triumph 3 T Faults :

Engine management systems of Triumph 3 T are responsible for monitoring a range of features and its warning light should go out a few seconds after ignition. The system's main job is to keep the engine running at peak performance by monitoring many parameters like coolant temperature, oil pressure, fuel level and air/fuel ratio. The system monitors these parameters continuously and alerts the driver if any of these parameters fall outside the predetermined limits.

Diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) are logged in the ECM memory when there is a confirmed fault in the system & are reported as a four digit code. The system will log the diagnostic trouble codes listed below (not all are applicable to every model).

When the system detects a fault, it begins to count the number of times the fault occurs before illuminating the MIL and storing a fault code. Similarly, if a fault clears, the ECM also records this fact and will turn off the MIL when sufficient no-fault warm-up cycles have taken place. Any fault codes will remain in the ECM memory until the required number of no-fault warm-up cycles have taken place. The number of warm-up cycles required to extinguish the MIL will always be less than the number required to remove a DTC from the ECM memory.

Triumph Motorcycle Troubleshooting :

SymptomPossible CausesAction
Test is aborted immediately after clicking Start. Transmission is not in neutral. Neutral position is not adapted. Neutral position adaption is in a state of error. Check the transmission is in neutral. Reset the neutral position adaption. Start the engine and allow the neutral position to adapt. Turn the ignition off for at least 60 seconds before restarting the crankshaft position adaption test.
Test is aborted after the engine has reached the required temperature. The throttle was not held open within 60 seconds of the engine reaching the required temperature. Turn the ignition off for at least 60 seconds before restarting the crankshaft position adaption test. Make sure the throttle is held open within 60 seconds of being instructed to do so by the diagnostic tool.
Crank adaption failed. Throttle was held fully open for 10 seconds before the diagnostic tool displayed an instruction to close the throttle. Ignition was not turned off for 60 seconds after adapting the neutral position. Turn the ignition off for at least 60 seconds before restarting the crankshaft position adaption test.
Crank adaption failed. The diagnostic tool displayed an instruction to close the throttle at the expected time (after the forth engine revving cycle). Adaption has completed abnormally. Mechanical fault. Crankshaft position signal out of range. Crankshaft trigger wheel out of tolerance. Investigate potential mechanical faults. Contact Triumph Service.

Triumph Fault Codes List:

Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC)Fault DescriptionNumber of no-fault cycles before turning off MILNumber of no-fault cycles before DTC is erasedMIL illuminated when fault is logged
P0031 Oxygen sensor heater open circuit or short to ground 3 40 Yes
P0032 Oxygen sensor heater short circuit to vBatt 3 40 Yes
P0107 Manifold absolute pressure sensor 1 short circuit to ground 3 40 Yes
P0108 Manifold absolute pressure sensor 1 open circuit or short circuit to 5 Volt sensor supply 3 40 Yes
P0112 Intake air temperature sensor short circuit to ground 3 40 Yes
P0113 Intake air temperature sensor open circuit or short circuit to 5 Volt sensor supply 3 40 Yes
P0117 Engine coolant temperature sensor short circuit to ground 3 40 Yes
P0118 Engine coolant temperature sensor open circuit or short circuit to 5 Volt sensor supply 3 40 Yes
P0122 Throttle position sensor 1 short circuit to ground or open circuit 3 40 Yes
P0123 Throttle position sensor 1 short circuit to vBatt 3 40 Yes
P0130 Oxygen sensor circuit malfunction 3 40 Yes
P0201 Injector 1 circuit malfunction 3 40 Yes
P0202 Injector 2 circuit malfunction 3 40 Yes
P0203 Injector 3 circuit malfunction 3 40 Yes
P0227 Throttle position sensor 2 short circuit to ground or open circuit 3 40 Yes
P0228 Throttle position sensor 2 short circuit to vBatt 3 40 Yes
P0335 Crankshaft sensor circuit malfunction 3 40 Yes
P0351 Ignition coil fault - coil 1 3 40 Yes
P0352 Ignition coil fault - coil 2 3 40 Yes
P0353 Ignition coil fault - coil 3 3 40 Yes
P0413 Secondary air injection system short circuit to ground or open circuit 3 40 Yes
P0414 Secondary air injection system short circuit to vBatt 3 40 Yes
P0444 Purge valve system short circuit to ground or open circuit 0 40 No
P0445 Purge valve short circuit to vBatt or over temp 3 40 Yes
P0460 Fuel level sensor circuit malfunction 3 40 Yes
P0500 Vehicle speed sensor malfunction 3 40 Yes
P0505 Idle speed control motor / air valve malfunction 3 40 Yes
P0510 Cruise cancel switch malfunction 3 40 Yes
P0560 System Voltage - battery circuit malfunction 3 40 Yes
P0571 Brake 1 switch malfunction 3 40 Yes
P0603 EEPROM error 0 40 No
P0616 Starter relay short circuit to ground or open circuit 3 40 Yes
P0617 Starter motor relay short circuit to vBatt 3 40 Yes
P0654 Tachometer circuit malfunction (supported by DTC P1690) 0 40 No
P0705 Gear position sensor circuit malfunction 3 40 Yes
P1105 Manifold absolute pressure sensor 1 pipe malfunction 3 40 Yes
P1107 Ambient pressure sensor circuit short circuit to ground 3 40 Yes
P1108 Ambient air pressure sensor circuit open circuit or short circuit to 5 Volt sensor supply 3 40 Yes
P1115 Coolant temperature gauge circuit malfunction (supported by DTC P1690) 0 40 No
P1135 Traction Control prevented due to ABS problem 3 40 Yes
P1231 Fuel pump relay short circuit to ground or open circuit 3 40 Yes
P1232 Fuel pump relay short circuit to vBatt 3 40 Yes
P1500 Vehicle speed output circuit malfunction (supported by DTC P1690) 0 40 No
P1508 Unmatched Immobiliser ECM 3 40 Flashing
P1520 Unmatched ABS 3 40 Flashing
P1521 Lost communication with ABS 3 40 Yes
P1534 Engine oil level sensor circuit malfunction 3 40 Yes
P1552 Cooling fan relay short circuit or open circuit 3 40 Yes
P1553 Cooling fan relay short to battery vBatt or over temperature 3 40 Yes
P1571 Brake 2 switch malfunction 3 40 Yes
P1574 Cruise control prevented due to other malfunction condition 3 40 Yes
P1575 Cruise control disabled until button press sequence completed 3 40 Yes
P1576 Brake 1 switch correlation error with brake switch 2 3 40 Yes
P1577 Brake 2 switch correlation error with brake switch 1 3 40 Yes
P1604 ECM tamper detected - return to Triumph 0 0 Yes
P1605 ECM locked by the tunelock function Only if Tunelock is unlocked N/A Flashing
P1606 ECM internal error 3 40 Yes
P1607 ECM ride by wire internal error 3 40 Yes
P1608 ECM ride by wire internal error 3 40 Yes
P1620 Headlamp relay short circuit to vBatt 0 40 No
P1631 Fall detection circuit short circuit to ground 3 40 Yes
P1632 Fall detection circuit short circuit to vBatt 3 40 Yes
P1650 Lost communication with Immobiliser ECM 3 40 Yes
P1659 Ignition power supply malfunction 0 40 No
P1685 Main relay circuit malfunction 3 40 Yes
P1690 CAN fault 3 40 Yes
P1695 Lost communication with the instrument panel 3 40 Yes
P1696 5V sensor supply short circuit to ground 3 40 Yes
P1697 5V sensor supply short circuit to vBatt 3 40 Yes
P1698 5V sensor supply circuit malfunction 3 40 Yes
P2102 Throttle actuator motor short to ground or open circuit 3 40 Yes
P2103 Throttle actuator motor short to vBatt 3 40 Yes
P2107 Throttle valve drive error 3 40 Yes
P2111 Throttle valve drive error 3 40 Yes
P2119 Throttle valve drive error 3 40 Yes
P2122 Twist grip position sensor 1 short circuit to ground or open circuit 3 40 Yes
P1614 Instrument ID incompatible 3 40 No
P1616 Accessory control relay short circuit to ground or open circuit 0 40 No
P1617 Accessory control relay short circuit to vBatt 0 40 No
P1619 Headlamp relay short circuit to ground or open circuit 0 40 No
P2123 Twist grip position sensor 1 short circuit to vBatt 3 40 Yes
P2127 Twist grip position sensor 2 short circuit to ground or open circuit 3 40 Yes
P2128 Twist grip position sensor 2 short to vBatt 3 40 Yes
P2136 Throttle position sensor 1 correlation error with throttle position sensor 2 3 40 Yes
P2138 Twist grip position sensor 1 correlation error with twist grip position sensor 2 3 40 Yes

Triumph ABS Diagnostic Trouble Codes

DTCs are logged in the ABS ECM memory when there is a confirmed fault in the system & are reported as a four digit code.

Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC)Fault Description
C1611Front wheel sensor short circuit to ground or open circuit
C1612Front wheel sensor abnormal input or dropping out
C1613Rear wheel sensor short circuit to ground or open circuit
C1614Rear wheel sensor abnormal input or dropping out
C1621Front wheel pulser gear missing teeth
C1623Rear wheel pulser gear missing teeth
C1631Front wheel input solenoid short circuit to ground or open circuit
C1632Front wheel output solenoid short circuit to ground or open circuit
C1633Rear wheel input solenoid short circuit to ground or open circuit
C1634Rear wheel output solenoid short circuit to ground or open circuit
C1641Front Wheel Actuator (Hydraulic Control) Wheel Lock
C1643Rear Wheel Actuator (Hydraulic Control) Wheel Lock
C1651Motor - Lock
C1652Motor - Stick at OFF
C1653Motor - Stick at ON
C1654Solenoid relay - stick at OFF and ON
C1661Power Source Voltage Drop
C1662Power Source Voltage Rise
C1671Different Tyre DiameterC1681 Abnormal ECU

Triumph 3 T Motorcycle Problems :

  • Triumph 3 t after fire
  • Triumph 3 t air cleaner clogged, poorly sealed, or missing
  • Triumph 3 t air cleaner element clogged
  • Triumph 3 t air duct loose
  • Triumph 3 t air suction valve trouble
  • Triumph 3 t air switching valve trouble
  • Triumph 3 t backfiring when deceleration
  • Triumph 3 t cracked or obstructed intake air pressure sensor
  • Triumph 3 t crankshaft sensor trouble
  • Triumph 3 t eCU ground and power supply trouble
  • Triumph 3 t eCU trouble
  • Triumph 3 t engine overheating - Water temperature sensor or crankshaft sensor trouble
  • Triumph 3 t engine stalls easily
  • Triumph 3 t engine vacuum not synchronizing
  • Triumph 3 t exhaust Smokes Excessively
  • Triumph 3 t firing incorrect
  • Triumph 3 t fuel filter clogged
  • Triumph 3 t fuel injector clogged
  • Triumph 3 t fuel injector O-ring damage
  • Triumph 3 t fuel injector trouble
  • Triumph 3 t fuel line clogged
  • Triumph 3 t fuel poor quality or incorrect
  • Triumph 3 t fuel pressure regulator trouble
  • Triumph 3 t fuel pressure too low or too high
  • Triumph 3 t fuel pump bearings may wear. Replace the fuel pump
  • Triumph 3 t fuel pump not operating
  • Triumph 3 t fuel pump operates intermittently and often DFI fuse blows
  • Triumph 3 t fuel pump relay trouble
  • Triumph 3 t fuel pump trouble
  • Triumph 3 t fuel/air mixture incorrect
  • Triumph 3 t fuel/air mixture incorrect
  • Triumph 3 t gear position sensor, starter lockout or side stand switch trouble
  • Triumph 3 t inspect and repair or replace
  • Triumph 3 t intake air pressure sensor trouble
  • Triumph 3 t intake air temperature sensor trouble
  • Triumph 3 t intake air temperature sensor trouble
  • Triumph 3 t intermittent any DFI fault and its recovery
  • Triumph 3 t little fuel in tank
  • Triumph 3 t main throttle sensor trouble
  • Triumph 3 t no or little fuel in tank
  • Triumph 3 t poor acceleration
  • Triumph 3 t spark plug burned or gap maladjusted
  • Triumph 3 t spark plug dirty, broken or gap maladjusted
  • Triumph 3 t spark plug incorrect
  • Triumph 3 t spark weak
  • Triumph 3 t stick coil shorted or not in good contact
  • Triumph 3 t stick coil trouble
  • Triumph 3 t subthrottle sensor trouble
  • Triumph 3 t subthrottle valve actuator trouble
  • Triumph 3 t throttle body assy dust seal damage
  • Triumph 3 t throttle body assy holder loose
  • Triumph 3 t throttle valves will not fully open
  • Triumph 3 t unstable (rough) idling
  • Triumph 3 t unstable fuel pressure
  • Triumph 3 t vacuum hose
  • Triumph 3 t vehicle-down sensor trouble
  • Triumph 3 t water or foreign matter in fuel Change fuel
  • Triumph 3 t water temperature sensor trouble

The electrical system includes the battery, the charging system, the starters, and also the charging system. it's conjointly attainable that the electrical system will fail thanks to a tangle with the generator. an honest place to begin troubleshooting the electrical system is to see the engine elements. for instance, it's attainable that the electrical system will fail thanks to a tangle with the generator. an honest place to begin troubleshooting the electrical system is to see the engine elements.

Possible Failure Types :

  • Strange Triumph 3 T engine noise.
  • Triumph 3 T fog from engine.
  • Strange Triumph 3 T engine noise.
  • Triumph 3 T Vibrations and Rattling
  • Triumph 3 T Loud Acceleration
  • Triumph 3 T rusty exhaust
  • Triumph 3 T blockages in exhaust pipe
  • Triumph 3 T wear and tear exhaust
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Check other Triumph fault codes.

Common abbreviations and their meanings below:

ABS: Anti-Lock Braking System
ACR: Automatic Compression Release
AFR: Air Fuel Ratio
AIS: Active Intake Solenoid
ATS: Air Temperature Sensor
BAS: Bank Angle Sensor
BCM: Body Control Module
CAN: Controller Area Network
CCM: Cruise Control Module
CKP: Crank Position Sensor
DLC: Datalink Connector
DTC: Diagnostic Trouble Codes
ECM: Electronic Control Module
ECT: Engine Coolant Temperature
ECU: Electronic Control Unit
EFI: Electronic Fuel Injection
EFP: Electronic Fuel Pump
ET: Engine Temperature sensor
FI: Fuel Injectors
FPR: Fuel Pressure Regulator
H-DSSS: Harley-DavidsonĀ® Smart Security System
HCU: Hydraulic Control Unit, ABS
HFSM: Hands Free Security Module
HO2S: Heated Oxygen Sensor
IAC: Idle Air Control actuator
IAT: Intake Air Temperature sensor
ICM: Ignition Control Module
IMAP: MAP + IAT in one unit
ISS: Ion Sensing System
JSS: Jiffy Stand Sensor
LHCM: Left Hand Control Module
MAP: Manifold Absolute Pressure sensor
MHR: Right Hand Control Module
RCM: Reverse Control Module
TCA: Throttle Control Actuator
TGS: Twist Grip Sensor
TMAP: Intake Air Temperature / Manifold Absolute Pressure equipment
TPS: Throttle Position Sensor
TSM / TSSM: (Turn Signal / Turn Signal Security Module)
VE: Volume Efficiency
VIN: Vehicle Identification Number
VSS: Vehicle Speed Sensor
WSS: Wheel Speed Sensor

These abbreviations, and the accompanying list of trouble codes, can be a great start when your Triumph check engine light comes on. As mentioned above, if you are not comfortable with electrical diagnostic work, a dealership or qualified technician can offer assistance. Please keep in mind that even though you have the ability to clear a DTC using the onboard diagnostic feature, you shouldn't clear the code prior to your service appointment. Let the technician view and clear the codes as they troubleshoot the issue.

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Motorcycle electrical systems are very complex to fix it, check with your motorcycle diagnosis tool for the fault code and start motorcycle troubleshooting process.Some bike problems require professional troubleshooting and repair. However, there are many issues that you can easily fix on your own.

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