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Misters,

I need guidance from specialists.

I was putting in my Xenon 675 2009/2010.
Not to force the wiring of the bike since I was doing the installation of two xenons on bass (would run high), I did the installation using two relays, one for each xenon.
In tests during the installation, I called for two minutes and everything OK But in the end, after everything closed and the bike riding, I left the bike about 20 mins on, with both xenons. But there pros 20 minutes, the bike died. The xenons and the panel continued access, but not the engine.
I disconnected the xenons, though they could be eating a lot and tried to load the game and nothing.
After waiting nearly an hour, tried again and nothing. I thought the battery was not enough power, since the panel started, and it tests for the xenons too. But even with the xenons off, while trying to start, she makes the pressurization time consuming, and when I press the start, she tries to make the motor turn the engine starts to leave, but erases everything, including the panel for 1 second and she starts making all check-in and pressurize again.

From what I've heard, the rectifier at Triumph are not the best. Could I have forced the rectifier and damaged it?? Even with the xenons connected directly to the battery??

Tanks.

Forgot to mention, I tried to connect in parallel with the battery of car, and nothing, same thing.
 

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If I understood your post correctly, you had the lights on for 20 minutes? If you did it without the engine running, then you have drained the battery and will need to charge it. The batteries on our bikes are pretty small and weak.
 

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If I understood your post correctly, you had the lights on for 20 minutes? If you did it without the engine running, then you have drained the battery and will need to charge it. The batteries on our bikes are pretty small and weak.
No, I left the lights on, with the engine running and the first gear, accelerate slowly.

Anyway, the problem can not be the battery, because I disconnected the battery from the bike, and connected the battery of car, which was ok.

No, I left the lights on, with the engine running and the first gear, accelerate slowly.

Anyway, the problem can not be the battery, because I disconnected the battery from the bike, and connected the battery, which was ok.

And when tested with the battery of car, I let off the xenons.
 

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Depending on how you turned the high / low beams off, the bike might not like it and refuse to start, try again with the car battery and the beams connected (but the high beam off).

Also remember you must get around 14 V at the battery when the engine's running, or else you have a charging problem.
 

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Come on guys this is getting ridiculous. If you don't have anything to contribute to solving his problem then take your junior high sense of humor and go start your own thread.


I know you said that you used a car battery but the description you have of hitting the starter and the instruments going blank is 100% a low voltage issue.
 

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You might want to ask a buddy or someone in the Brazilian section of the forum to help you with a translation, with a bit of luck, they might even have a solution. :itsok:
 

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Come on guys this is getting ridiculous. If you don't have anything to contribute to solving his problem then take your junior high sense of humor and go start your own thread.

I know you said that you used a car battery but the description you have of hitting the starter and the instruments going blank is 100% a low voltage issue.
What he said ^^^

Stop being so juvenile.

Rtsantanna... I think this member speaks Portuguese and English pretty fluently: Canis Lupus Arctos

Send him a message and ask him for some help?

Translation:
Rtsantanna... Eu acho que este membro fala Português e Inglês muito fluente: Canis Lupus Arctos

Enviar uma mensagem e pedir-lhe alguma ajuda?
 
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