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  • Online T800XC   england

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    Re: ECU fault on 2014 T800XC
    Reply #30 on: Oct 31, 2023, 02.08 pm
    Oct 31, 2023, 02.08 pm
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    I'm amazed they managed to fix the fault especially with the electronics on the inside of the ECU likely to have been encased in potting compound!
    I agree. See the following for example...

    https://www.tiger800.co.uk/index.php/topic,30120.msg322277.html#msg322277

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    Re: ECU fault on 2014 T800XC
    Reply #31 on: Nov 17, 2023, 04.02 pm
    Nov 17, 2023, 04.02 pm
    Sorry all for being a bit slow to update this thread.
    Repaired ECU now fitted to the bike, reg/rec tested to be putting out a peak of 14.4V and bike running properly again.
    Thanks to all for the help and input, much appreciated.

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    Re: ECU fault on 2014 T800XC
    Reply #32 on: Nov 17, 2023, 08.14 pm
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    Great stuff, glad the ECU repair was a success. Apologies for doubting your workshop  :138:

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    Re: ECU fault on 2014 T800XC
    Reply #33 on: Nov 18, 2023, 06.15 am
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    This must be the first time a failure of an ECU has been reported on the forum and I think you did incredibly well to find a firm who could repair it :031:
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    Re: ECU fault on 2014 T800XC
    Reply #34 on: Nov 18, 2023, 10.43 am
    Nov 18, 2023, 10.43 am
    Yeah itís a very unusual failure by all accounts, but the company who tested and repaired the unit are called Carmo incase anyone ever has need for their services. Fantastic company to deal with; theyíre based in Harlem, Netherlands but have a uk depot so you donít have to worry about international postage. The whole operation came in at just under £300 including postage each way. Highly recommended.

     



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