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LCD Display Faded Out

My LCD display has faded out and it is very difficult to view the engine temperature, odometer reading and also trip meter

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  • davidtaylor1 Jan 24, 2009

    I have exactly the same problem. Just turned over the bike and the clocks didnt come on, the LCD side that is, the engine temperature and the time clock.



    After checking fuses, realised it wasnt them.



    I initially wondered if it was a loose block somewhere so pulled the whole bike apart nearly to open all the blocks, clean them and put them back together again as i had not long but changed over my loom as i had an electical fault on the old one.



    Anyway, still no joy, so rang a Honda dealer and got some advice, which basically said £200 BLOODY BRILLIANT........... or not so should i say..



    Anyway, i was told that the fi models were prone to water ingress on the printed circuit board at the back of the clocks(the green plastic cover with the brass flat circuit within it) and if these get wet they will rust or short out.



    Sure enough there are a couple of bits of the brass that were rusted and corroded, so it looks like ill have to get a new set of clocks and for out the huge sum as stated above, bloody hell, more money and its just after christmas.



    Unless, they can be repaired. Well i know a guy who is into electronics big time so im going to ask him if he can have a look, it wont harm i guess, either that or i run with no temperature gauge, which i dont like, not worried about the clock though.



    Hope this helps if you have a similar problem, or if you can give me more/better adivice then please do so.



    davidtaylor1966@sky.com



    if you can email with a solution



    Take care, safe riding.



    Dave.

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Thats unfortunate, because you will have to buy a new gauge cluster, and those arnt cheap.

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What is trouble code 55pt6 on harley davidson 2011 fxdc


It's NOT an error code.

When you first go into diagnosis mode, the display shows "DIAG"
When you push the odometer reset button the display changes to "PSSPtb" (Not 55PT6...you're missing the flashing "P" in the front).

These are the different modules (sectors) that the display can show, with the flashing one being the one ready to show the error codes in THAT ONE SECTOR!

The correct procedure for displaying error codes is:

1 - Turn the ignition switch to off & run/stop switch is to run .
2 - Push odometer reset button in & HOLD .
3 - Turn the ignition switch on and then release odometer reset button . The background lighting should illuminate & the speedometer needle should sweep it's full range & indicator lamps ( battery , security , low fuel , check engine and cruise ) should illuminate . The word "DIAG" should then appear .
4 - Push the odometer reset button once and you will see the selection menu "PSSPtb" (this is what you are misreading as "55PT6", without accounting for the flashing "P") with the first P flashing .
5 - Each letter represents a area of the diagnostics module . The module that is flashing is the one you are going to check . To move from one letter to the next you must push the odometer reset button one time . ( from P to S to SP to t to b and back to P , ect ect )
P = ECM (main computer "brain")
S = TSM/TSSM/HFSM (turn signal/security, etc)
SP = speedometer
t = tachometer
b = ABS codes (anti-lock brakes)
6 - To get the DTC code in a area of diagnostics you should PUSH & HOLD the odometer reset button in for 5 seconds and the release . If there are any DTC's the code will be displayed or the word " none " will appear if there are no DTC's. Push the odometer reset button again to view any additional codes if they exist.
7 - Record the codes .
8 - If DTC's are NOT to be cleared , press and release the odometer reset button . Part # of module will be displayed. This number IS NOT an error code!
9 - If DTC's are to be cleared for that module , PRESS & HOLD the odometer reset button until " clear " is displayed .
10 - Press and release the odometer reset button to continue to the next module .
11 - Turn the ignition switch off to exit the diagnostic mode .
12 - If the run/stop switch is in the "OFF" position, No RSP (no response) will display. Also in the modules (sectors) where there is no component to give a signal/reading (such as if you have no tach, No RSP will show in the tach sector. Same with the "b" sector if you do not have ABS brakes).

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What codes are set???

You can retrieve/display DTC's (trouble codes) by a method referred to as the odometer self-diagnostics which can display and delete speedometer, tachometer, TSM, TSSM or HFSM, ECM and ABS (if equipped) codes but not radio codes which are accessed through the radio itself and are shown on its own display.


In order to display odometer DTC's press and hold the trip odometer reset switch while you are turning the ignition switch to "ON", then release the trip odometer reset switch at which time "diag" will appear on the LCD display where normally the odometer reading would be. When "diag" appears you are in the diagnostic mode so if you next press and release the trip odometer reset switch again "PSSPtb" appear where diag previously was seen. This tells you what different modules are on the motorcycle that are set up or able to display DTC's. "P" indicates ECM codes; "S" indicates TSM, TSSM or HFSM codes; "SP" indicates Speedometer codes; "t" indicates tachometer codes; and "b" indicates ABS codes. "no rsp" will be displayed if the engine stop switch is not in the RUN position so be sure that you have the engine stop switch in the RUN position. Also if the motorcycle does not have a certain module "no rsp" will be displayed to indicate the absence of that certain/specific module. If the motorcycle does have the module you want to check for codes on then you can go through the modules until you get to the one you want to check for codes. To move through the code categories quickly press and release the trip odometer reset switch and each of the letters will appear and flash as each mode is selected, When the letter that corresponds to the module you want to check codes for appears hold the odometer reset button in and if there are no DTC's set for that module the word "none" will appear. If any current or historical DTC's are stored in the module, they will appear on the odometer. And if you quickly press and release the trip odometer reset switch the display will alternatively display the DTC numbers one at a time until they have all been displayed. When you have gone through all of the code categories "end" will be displayed. If you want to clear out or delete all codes in that module press and hold the odometer reset switch. If you do not want to remove or delete the recorded DTC's then quickly press and release the trip odometer reset switch at which time the module part number will be displayed and if you press and release the odometer reset switch again the next module's information will be displayed. When you are done and wish to exit the diagnostic mode just turn the ignition switch to "OFF".

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To enter diagnostic mode press and hold the trip odometer

reset switch while turning the IGN ON.

2. Release the trip odometer reset switch. "diag" will appear

on the odometer display.

3. Press and release the trip odometer reset switch. "PSSPtb"

will appear on the odometer display.

4. PSSPtb indicates the different modules that could display

codes if equipped.

Table 2-1. Modules That Set DTCs

DESIGNATOR MODULE

P ECM codes

S TSM, TSSM or HFSM codes

SP Speedometer codes

t Tachometer codes

b ABS codes

5. Quickly press and release the trip odometer reset switch

to cycle through the letters. The letters will flash as they

are selected.

6. Once the corresponding letter is flashing to the desired

module press and hold the trip odometer reset switch.

7. If no DTCs are present, "none" will appear on display.

8. If any DTCs are stored in the module, either current or

historic, they will appear on the odometer. Quickly pressing

and releasing the trip odometer reset switch will cycle

through the stored DTCs.

NOTE

The ECM will show "no rsp" if the engine stop switch is not in

the RUN position. Verify the engine stop switch is in the RUN

position.

9. If odometer displays "no rsp" then the motorcycle may not

be equipped with the module. If the motorcycle is equipped

with the selected module then go to other modules and

look for applicable communication codes.

10. When all the DTCs have been cycled the odometer will

display "end".

11. To clear all the DTCs in that module press and hold the

trip odometer reset switch. If DTCs are not to be cleared

quickly press and release the trip odometer reset switch.

The part number of the module will be displayed.

12. Press and release the trip odometer reset switch again to

continue to the next module.
13. Turn the IGN OFF to exit diagnostic mode.

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Press and hold the trip odometer reset switch while turning the IGN ON to enter diagnostic mode, release the trip odometer reset button and "diag" will appear on the odometer display. However if "no rsp" appears instead then you either do not have the RUN/STOP button in the ON position or if it appears after the PSSPtbhas appeared then the particular module that "no rsp" is displacing is not present on the motorcycle. THEN press and release the trip odometer reset button again and "PSSPtb" will appear on the odometer display, the letters "PSSPtb" refer to the different modules that could display codes if the motorcycle is equipped with those modules. "P" indicates ECM codes; "S" indicates TSM/TSSM/HFSM codes; 'SP" indicates Speedometer codes; "t" indicates Tachometer codes; and "b" indicates ABS codes. If you rapidly press and release the trip odometer reset button you can cycle through all of these letter(s) one by one and they will flash as you do so. Once a letter is flashing its corresponding module has been selected to show codes on the odometer display. When a letter is displayed and flashing if you press and hold the trip odometer reset button, if there are no stored DTC's"none" will appear on the display. If any DTCs are stored in the module, whether current or historic, they will be displayed on the odometer. If you the rapidly press and release the trip odometer reset button you can cycle through all of the stored DTCs. If "no rsp" is displayed move on to the next module and when you get to the last module the display will show "end". If you want to clear all DTCs for any module press and hold the trip odometer reset button and they will all be erased from the computer memory. If at the end of a display of DTCs you want to progress to the next step or sequence for that module, quickly pressing the odometer reset button will cause the module part number to be displayed. After that display if you again quickly press and release the trip odometer reset button the display will move on to the next module display in the sequence of modules. When you are finished and wish to exit the diagnostic mode simply switch off the ignition or run switch.
continue to the next module.

If you want to do a quick of instrument function, a "WOW" test can be performed by entering the odometer self-diagnostics. In this test the background lighting should illuminate, the gauge needles should sweep their full range of motion, and the indicator lights that are controlled by the serial data circuit (the battery, the security and the check engine) should illuminate. If the instrument fails "WOW" test, check for a poor battery condition or connections and/or a poor ground connection condition and check for proper ignition voltage to the instrument. If any feature in the speedometer or tachometer is non-functional, you will have to check further into that/those area(s).


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Many possible causes

THEORY OF OPERATION
The 2001 electronic speedometer consists of a speed sensor, an odometer reset switch and the speedometer itself. The speed sensor is located on the right side of transmission case below the starter. It is a Hall Effect sensor that is triggered by the gear teeth of 4th gear on the transmission mainshaft. The output from the sensor is a series of pulses that are interpreted by speedometer circuitry to control the position of the speedometer needle and the liquid crystal (LCD) odometer display. The odometer mileage is permanently stored and will not be lost when electrical power is turned off or disconnected. The odometer reset switch allows switching between the odometer and the trip odometer displays. To zero the trip odometer, while having the odometer display visible, press and keep the function switch depressed. The trip odometer mileage will be displayed for 2-3 seconds and then the trip mileage will return to zero miles. The odometer can display six numbers to indicate a maximum of 999999 miles. The trip odometer can display six numbers with a tenth of a mile accuracy for a maximum of 99999.9 miles. Circuitry in the speedometer also uses the sensor input to provide an input to the turn signal canceller. This turn signal canceller input was previously supplied by the reed switch in mechanical speedometers.

DIAGNOSTICS
To enable diagnostic mode depress the odometer reset switch and turn ignition/key switch to ON, to clear codes turn the ignition switch from OFF to ON while holding the reset switch in. Press and release the reset switch to cycle through the codes. Set codes will display as Code d0xSet. Holding the reset switch in will result in Code d0xClr being displayed indicating that the code has been cleared. To return the speedometer to the normal operating state cycle the ignition/key switch.

Remove the seat for testing. Remove the speed sensor and check for accumulation of debris on it and if there is any debris present, clean it away and if there is not debris replace the sensor.

Disconnecting the speed sensor will cause code d02 to set.


ODOMETER, TRIP ODOMETER AND RESET SWITCH TESTING

Turn the ignition ON. Does odometer display consist of the correct numbers?
If YES Press trip reset switch. Does the LCD display toggle between trip and odometer modes? BUT if the odometer display does not consist of the correct numbers replace the speedometer.

If the speedometer does display the correct numbers press the trip reset switch. Does the LCD display toggle between the trip and odometer modes? If No Loosen the trip reset switch boot and then tighten it again until it is snug and toggle the switch again and verify if it toggles between trip and odometer modes? If YES does the trip display consist of correct numbers? If it does STOP here and go to test 2A If No replace the speedometer.

If loosening and retightening the reset switch boot results in okay toggling between the trip and odometer modes the Speedometer is OKAY. If it does not, then remove the rubber boot from the reset switch and toggle it without the rubber cover and if it now toggles between the trip and the odometer modes replace the reset switch boot/cover. If it does not now toggle between the trip and odometer modes place a jumper wire across the leads to the reset switch on speedometer connector. Does the LCD display now toggle between the trip and the odometer modes? If yes replace the reset switch and if No replace the speedometer.

Speedometer Test 2A
SPEEDOMETER INOPERATIVE, READS HIGH/LOW, NEEDLE STICKS, INTERMITTENT/ERRATIC, OUTPUT SPEED SIGNAL INOPERATIVE

Turn ignition ON. Is speedometer backlighting on? If NO then If speedometer backlighting is not on, check for 9-12 VDC on the O/W wire at connector
[39B]. If the proper voltage is present check for continuity to ground on the BK wire at connector [39B]. If there was not appropriate voltage on the )/W wire at connector [39B] locate and repair an open in the O/W wire.
If there is continuity at the BK wire at connector [39B] replace the speedometer. If there is not locate and repair an open in the BK wire.

If there is backlighting enable diagnostic mode and clear codes. Then recheck for codes. If there are any codes present go to the applicable
code in Speedometer Test 2B (d0x).
If there are no codes set return the speedometer to its normal state, raise the rear wheel from the ground, put the transmission in 5th gear, turn the ignition ON, spin the back tire, enable diagnostic mode and check for codes and if there are any codes set now make repairs to the harness/connections.

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Press and hold the trip odometer reset switch while turning the IGN ON to enter diagnostic mode, release the trip odometer reset button and "diag" will appear on the odometer display. However if "no rsp" appears instead then you either do not have the RUN/STOP button in the ON position or if it appears after the PSSPtbhas appeared then the particular module that "no rsp" is displacing is not present on the motorcycle. THEN press and release the trip odometer reset button again and "PSSPtb" will appear on the odometer display, the letters "PSSPtb" refer to the different modules that could display codes if the motorcycle is equipped with those modules. "P" indicates ECM codes; "S" indicates TSM/TSSM/HFSM codes; 'SP" indicates Speedometer codes; "t" indicates Tachometer codes; and "b" indicates ABS codes. If you rapidly press and release the trip odometer reset button you can cycle through all of these letter(s) one by one and they will flash as you do so. Once a letter is flashing its corresponding module has been selected to show codes on the odometer display. When a letter is displayed and flashing if you press and hold the trip odometer reset button, if there are no stored DTC's"none" will appear on the display. If any DTCs are stored in the module, whether current or historic, they will be displayed on the odometer. If you the rapidly press and release the trip odometer reset button you can cycle through all of the stored DTCs. If "no rsp" is displayed move on to the next module and when you get to the last module the display will show "end". If you want to clear all DTCs for any module press and hold the trip odometer reset button and they will all be erased from the computer memory. If at the end of a display of DTCs you want to progress to the next step or sequence for that module, quickly pressing the odometer reset button will cause the module part number to be displayed. After that display if you again quickly press and release the trip odometer reset button the display will move on to the next module display in the sequence of modules. When you are finished and wish to exit the diagnostic mode simply switch off the ignition or run switch.
continue to the next module.

If you want to do a quick of instrument function, a "WOW" test can be performed by entering the odometer self-diagnostics. In this test the background lighting should illuminate, the gauge needles should sweep their full range of motion, and the indicator lights that are controlled by the serial data circuit (the battery, the security and the check engine) should illuminate. If the instrument fails "WOW" test, check for a poor battery condition or connections and/or a poor ground connection condition and check for proper ignition voltage to the instrument. If any feature in the speedometer or tachometer is non-functional, you will have to check further into that/those area(s).

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You can retrieve/display DTC's (trouble codes) by a method referred to as the odometer self-diagnostics which can display and delete speedometer, tachometer, TSM, TSSM or HFSM, ECM and ABS (if equipped) codes but not radio codes which are accessed through the radio itself and are shown on its own display.

In order todisplay odometer DTC's press and hold the trip odometer reset switch while you are turning ignition switch to "ON", then release the trip odometer reset switch at which time "diag" will appear on the LCD display where normally the odometer reading would be. When "diag" appears you are in the diagnostic mode so if you next press and release the trip odometer reset switch again "PSSPtb" appear where diag previously was seen. This tells you what different modules are on the motorcycle that are set up or able to display DTC's. "P"indicates ECM codes; "S" indicates TSM, TSSM or HFSM codes; "SP" indicates Speedometer codes; "t" indicates tachometer codes; and "b" indicates ABS codes. "no rsp" will be displayedif the engine stop switch is not in the RUN position so be sure that you have the engine stop switch in the RUN position. Also if the motorcycle does not have a certain module "no rsp" will be displayed to indicate the absence of that certain/specific module. If the motorcycle does have the module you want to check for codes on then you can go through the modules until you get to the one you want to check for codes. To move through the code categories quickly press and release the trip odometer reset switch and each of the letters will appear and flash as each mode is selected so that when the letter that corresponds to the module you want to check codes for appears hold the odometer reset button in and if there are no DTC's set for that module the word "none" will appear. If any current or historical DTC's are stored in the module, either current they will appear on the odometer. And if you quickly press and release the trip odometer reset switch the display will alternatively display the DTC numbers one at a time until they have all been displayed. When you have gone through all of the code categories "end" will be displayed. If you want to clear out or delete all codes in that module press and hold the odometer reset switch. If you do not want to remove or delete the recorded DTC's then quickly press and release the trip odometer reset switch at which time the module part number will be displayed and if you press and release the odometer reset switch again the next module's information will be displayed. When you are done and wish to exit the diagnostic mode just turn the ignition switch to "OFF".

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06 harley flhtcui, check engine light comes on when i hit 65mph, once I let off the throttle and get under 65mph it turns off. Any ideas?


The best way to check is to pull any error codes (DTCs) and see what the computer says is going on.

Turn the Ignition switch to the OFF position.
Set the Run/Stop switch to the Run position.
Push in the odometer reset button and hold.
Turn on the ignition switch and release the odometer reset button. The process has been completed correctly when the speedometer needle sweeps across the speedometer and all indicator lamps illuminate. The speedometer will also display "DIAG."
Press the odometer reset button once. "PSSPt" will display on the speedometer. Each letter signifies an area of the diagnostics testing, with the current selection flashing. Push the odometer reset button to scroll through the components for testing.
Press and hold the odometer reset button for 5 seconds, then release. Any codes stored will be displayed on the speedometer. If no codes are stored, the speedometer will display "NONE."
Press the odometer reset button again to view additional codes, if any.
Record the codes and refer to your service manual for possible faults or conditions.
Turn off the Ignition switch to exit the diagnostics testing.

Once you pull the codes, post them here and myself, or someone else, can look them up and tell you what they mean.

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Here is some 2001 information that may be helpful



The 2001 DYNA electronic speedometer consists of a speed sensor, an odometer reset switch and the speedometer itself. The speed sensor is located on the right side of transmission case below the starter. It is a Hall Effect sensor that is triggered by the gear teeth of 4th gear on the transmission mainshaft. The output from the sensor is a series of pulses that are interpreted by speedometer circuitry to control the position of the speedometer needle and the liquid crystal (LCD) odometer display. The odometer mileage is permanently stored and will not be lost when electrical power is turned off or disconnected. The odometer reset switch allows switching between the odometer and the trip odometer displays. To zero the trip odometer, while having the odometer display visible, press and keep the function switch depressed. The trip odometer mileage will be displayed for 2-3 seconds and then the trip mileage will return to zero miles. The odometer can display six numbers to indicate a maximum of 999999 miles. The trip odometer can display six numbers with a tenth of a mile accuracy for a maximum of 99999.9 miles. Circuitry in the speedometer also uses the sensor input to provide an input to the turn signal canceller. This turn signal canceller input was previously supplied by the reed switch in mechanical speedometers.


DIAGNOSTICS

To enable diagnostic mode depress the odometer reset switch and turn ignition/key switch to ON, to clear codes turn the ignition switch from OFF to ON while holding the reset switch in. Press and release the reset switch to cycle through the codes. Set codes will display as Code d0xSet. Holding the reset switch in will result in Code d0xClr being displayed indicating that the code has been cleared. To return the speedometer to the normal operating state cycle the ignition/key switch.


Remove the seat for testing. Remove the speed sensor and check for accumulation of debris on it and if there is any debris present, clean it away and if there is not debris replace the sensor.


Disconnecting the speed sensor will cause code d02 to set.



ODOMETER, TRIP ODOMETER AND RESET SWITCH TESTING


Turn the ignition ON. Does odometer display consist of the correct numbers?

If YES Press trip reset switch. Does the LCD display toggle between trip and odometer modes? BUT if the odometer display does not consist of the correct numbers replace the speedometer.


If the speedometer does display the correct numbers press the trip reset switch. Does the LCD display toggle between the trip and odometer modes? If No Loosen the trip reset switch boot and then tighten it again until it is snug and toggle the switch again and verify if it toggles between trip and odometer modes? If YES does the trip display consist of correct numbers? If it does STOP here and go to test 2A If No replace the speedometer.


If loosening and retightening the reset switch boot results in okay toggling between the trip and odometer modes the Speedometer is OKAY. If it does not, then remove the rubber boot from the reset switch and toggle it without the rubber cover and if it now toggles between the trip and the odometer modes replace the reset switch boot/cover. If it does not now toggle between the trip and odometer modes place a jumper wire across the leads to the reset switch on speedometer connector. Does the LCD display now toggle between the trip and the odometer modes? If yes replace the reset switch and if No replace the speedometer.


Speedometer Test 2A

SPEEDOMETER INOPERATIVE, READS HIGH/LOW, NEEDLE STICKS, INTERMITTENT/ERRATIC, OUTPUT SPEED SIGNAL INOPERATIVE


Turn ignition ON. Is speedometer backlighting on? If NO then If speedometer backlighting is not on, check for 9-12 VDC on the O/W wire at connector

[39B]. If the proper voltage is present check for continuity to ground on the BK wire at connector [39B]. If there was not appropriate voltage on the )/W wire at connector [39B] locate and repair an open in the O/W wire.

If there is continuity at the BK wire at connector [39B] replace the speedometer. If there is not locate and repair an open in the BK wire.


If there is backlighting enable diagnostic mode and clear codes. Then recheck for codes. If there are any codes present go to the applicable

code in Speedometer Test 2B (d0x).

If there are no codes set return the speedometer to its normal state, raise the rear wheel from the ground, put the transmission in 5th gear, turn the ignition ON, spin the back tire, enable diagnostic mode and check for codes and if there are any codes set now make repairs to the harness/connections.

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