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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-26-2018, 03:56 AM Thread Starter
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Cost effective removal of service spanner

Anyone interested I just removed the service spanner from my bobber black and reset the next interval for 10,000klm using a $8 bluetooth OBDII ver 1.4 from fleabay, and TuneECU app for my android mobile phone that cost me $15 aud
I was looking at the one from the UK DealerTool but didn't want to pay $130.90 aud..
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So why? All money used for buying the bike and now youre not able to service it?

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post #3 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-26-2018, 06:09 AM Thread Starter
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Why pay the dealer to service the bike when you can do it yourself? and the money I save goes toward my 6 houses and 3 other bikes...
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Why pay the dealer to service the bike when you can do it yourself? and the money I save goes toward my 6 houses and 3 other bikes...
Doesn't it invalidate your warranty if you don't get Triumph to do first service? You can remove icon, but Triumph wont have a record on there system you had a service?
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So why? All money used for buying the bike and now youre not able to service it?
I enjoy working on my bike myself.
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post #7 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-01-2018, 11:59 AM
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Doesn't it invalidate your warranty if you don't get Triumph to do first service? You can remove icon, but Triumph wont have a record on there system you had a service?
Not in California, as long as the service was done, it doesnt matter who did it.
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If you don't mind. what was the exact procedure to remove the wrench?
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Nope, servicing just has to be done by a 'competent person' - though try pushing that 'my local mechanic is competent if you lunch your engine' (at least in the UK), you can't tie a warranty to servicing by a mechanic at an 'approved dealer' something to do with competition law iirc.

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