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post #1 of 117 Old 07-01-10, 16:46 Thread Starter
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Low Idle and Stalling

I've been having a problem with my D675 lately. 06 D675 with an 07 motor with about 3,200 miles.

Battery is full (left it on battery tender overnight)
When I start the bike, it will idle for about 20 seconds and then stall.
At lights, idle will drop down to around 500-600rpm

Plugged the bike into TuneECU and it says the motor is idling at 1300rpms.
TOR tune loaded and CA emissions can removed.

Bike runs and pulls fine otherwise.

Any ideas as to what's wrong?

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post #2 of 117 Old 07-01-10, 18:31
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Still doing it huh? Did it do it with the 06 motor?
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yup....still doing it....just cut out on me today when I started the bike....while I was putting on gear it just died

never did that with the 06 motor...

my first thought is the idle control unit (i think that's what it's called) is faulty on the 07 motor. this was after testing a new battery and old battery that was on a battery tender for 24 hours.

since i don't want to stall at lights....i usually just keep the rpms up instead of letting it idle around 500-600 rpm

my second thought is that maybe the throttle position sensor needs to be reset....but whenever I try to do it in TuneECU, it says it's done immediately after i press the button....(i start the TPS reset after I turn the bike on)

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bump....would really try to figure this out

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Have you checked out [ame="http://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=41209"]manual idle adjustment - Triumph675.Net Forums[/ame] ?

Seems to be more problems coming up lately around here with the ISCV.

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checked that thread out and I might just have to order it if nothing else works

i just want to be sure i didn't miss anything before buying more parts for the bike (not that i don't mind, of course)

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Take it to a Triumph shop and have them hook it up to the laptop diagnostic unit (NOT the gameboy). The laptop does a much more thorough scan. The gameboy just checks for faults. The laptop checks for faults, if the current tune is up to date, synch, TPS setting, O2 sensor functioning, adaptation values, etc. I'm sure there's other things I'm missing but just understand that this is an automatic test that takes a minute tops not a step by step thing that takes the tech a lot of time.
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i wonder how much they'll charge for that....
as far as i know....the only triumph shops around here are dealerships...but i guess i'll bring her in one day...

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Meh... $25 dollar part is cheaper. You can buy a lot of parts and do trial and error for the price of a shop... if you are handy with a wrench.

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I don't know about you're local shops but if you were around here we would charge at most $7 and more likely nothing to just run a quick check.
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