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Street Triple R Gear Position Sensor (2013)

Hi Guys,

On my instrument panel, I have been noticing that my gear position indicator numbers have been jumping around. I am in 2nd, it jumps to 4th, or I go to 1st and jumps to 3rd. I took apart the gear position sensor and physically looked at it and cleaned it. Noticed that it had 2 o - rings.

I ordered a new gear position sensor kit, plus the two o-rings and new bolts. I was reading it electrically, it was fine. The information from the Sensor feeds the ECU, which controls the mapping based on gear selection.

I live in New York City, but the parts are taking forever, what is going on in the U.K.? - I have to wait maybe a month?

can anybody explain this, please!

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Hi Guys,

On my instrument panel, I have been noticing that my gear position indicator numbers have been jumping around. I am in 2nd, it jumps to 4th, or I go to 1st and jumps to 3rd. I took apart the gear position sensor and physically looked at it and cleaned it. Noticed that it had 2 o - rings.

I ordered a new gear position sensor kit, plus the two o-rings and new bolts. I was reading it electrically, it was fine. The information from the Sensor feeds the ECU, which controls the mapping based on gear selection.

I live in New York City, but the parts are taking forever, what is going on in the U.K.? - I have to wait maybe a month?

can anybody explain this, please!

Octavio

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I also had the same problem when I first bought my Daytona 675. I approached dealership about it and since parts are expensive I just cleaned up the sprockets sprayed some lube on electrical connectors and that seemed to help the issue.... For now
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I live in New York City, but the parts are taking forever, what is going on in the U.K.? - I have to wait maybe a month?
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I ordered a triumph part this past March and it showed up in July. So yeah - you might be waiting a bit unfortunately.
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I cleaned the gear position sensor and it seems to be working fine right now.


I am still going to replace it......


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