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Fuse Replacement; Fuse Identification - Triumph America Handbook

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Maintenance and Adjustment

Fuse Replacement

If a fuse fails during operation, inspect the
electrical system to determine the cause, and
then replace it with a new fuse of the same
(correct) current rating.
Warning
Always replace blown fuses with new ones
of the correct current rating (as specified
on the fuse box cover) and never use a
fuse of higher rating.
Use of an incorrectly rated fuse could lead
to an electrical problem, resulting in
motorcycle damage, loss of motorcycle
control and an accident.

Fuse Identification

The fuses can be identified by a number
moulded into the fusebox housing, adjacent
to each fuse, as shown below. These numbers
correspond to the numbers given in the table
overleaf. Fuses without an identification
number are spare, and should be replaced if
used.
30
30
5
20
10
10
5
10
10
10
10
15
10
Fuse Identification
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30
10
A blown fuse is indicated when all of the
systems protected by that fuse become
inoperative. When checking for a blown fuse,
use the table below to establish which fuse
has blown.
Fuse
Circuits Protected
No
1
Accessory Lights
2
Alarm, GPS
3
Accessory Socket,
Diagnostic Connector
4
Ignition Switch Main
Feed, Instrumentation
Illumination
5
Engine Management
System
6
Not Used
7
Direction Indicators,
Brake Light, Horn
8
Position Light,
Instrumentation
Illumination
9
Dip/Main Beam
10
Position Lights
11
Main Battery Fuse
Note:
Only 30, 20 and 10 amp. spare
fuses are provided in the fuse box.
A spare 5 amp. fuse must also be
carried on the motorcycle.
Fuse
Rating
(Amp.)
10
10
10
10
20
-
10
5
10
5
30

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