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  • Robert
    Another Gill component known to fail is the Ignition Pickup Sensor; mine died at 30,000 miles. It fails when it gets hot, and comes back after five minutes;
    Message 1 of 29 , Jun 2, 2013
      Another Gill component known to fail is the Ignition Pickup Sensor; mine died at 30,000 miles. It fails when it gets hot, and comes back after five minutes; seems like a fuel issue but it's not. $75 for a new one, only Gill makes it I believe.

      --- In triumphthunderbirdsportriders@yahoogroups.com, Woody Sutherland <motowoodys@...> wrote:
      >
      > On 5/31/13 1:57 PM, L WASDYKE wrote:
      > > I can’t find my invoice but I found a warranty pamphlet from when I
      > > replaced my coils. I wrote the part number of 152 001 060T on the
      > > front. I also was not sure which coils to order, I phoned Nology direct
      > > and they were happy to help. Here are the phone numbers from their web
      > > page.
      > > Toll-free: 1-800-NOLOGY1 (665-6491)
      > > or: 760-591-0888
      > > Larry
      > >
      >
      > Which models of Triumphs are known to have weak factory coils? Is this
      > only for the triples? Is it both injected and carb engines?
      >
      > I've already replaced them on my '99 Thunderbird Sport, but am wondering
      > if it's in my future should I acquire another Triumph (e.g. Tiger).
      >
      > thanks,
      > Woody Sutherland
      > San Diego
      >
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