Published on November 24th, 2014 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez0
Triumph 2014 Motorcycles ECU Recall
Triumph motorcycles in United Kingdom, Australia, Canada and the U.S is being recalled. The models affected are year 2014 and 2015 motorcycles for a problem with the engine control units. The recall affects the Bonneville, Bonneville T100, Thruxton, Scrambler, Tiger 800, Tiger 800XC, Speedmaster, America, Thunderbird, Thunderbird Storm, Rocket III Touring and Rocket III Roadster.
According to Transport Canada, the ECU may inadvertently activate one of the fuel injectors, causing it to fill one of the engine cylinders. This may cause the affected motorcycle to fail to start or, if the motorcycle is already operating, may cause one engine cylinder to lose ignition due to excessive fueling. The U.K.’s Vehicle and Operator Safety Agency the problem is caused by ECU components which may be “incompatible when operating at extremes of tolerance”. Please check with your local Triumph dealer to see if the recall affects your motorcycle.