Question about Harley Davidson Motorcycles
First off, you need to know the PIN.
Setting the PIN is as follows:
Think of a five-digit PIN, and write it down. Think of this set of numbers as a password for starting your bike and disabling the alarm during those times when you don't have your fob.
Turn the ignition key on, then off, then on, then off, then on again. Then press the left turn-signal switch twice. Press the right turn-signal switch once, and the current PIN should appear in your odometer.
Be sure the first digit of the PIN is flashing. Enter the first digit of your new PIN by pressing the left turn signal to cycle through the numbers.
Press the right turn signal once to switch to the second digit, and select the correct number with the left turn signal. Repeat this process until your new PIN is entered correctly.
Press the right turn signal once, then turn the ignition key off to save the PIN you selected.
Now, how to disable:
Let's assume for simplicity that your code is set at 31313 and you wish to use the manual disarm of the security system using the directional switches as if you lost your fob and cannot disarm the system.
Your security system will disarm the bike and it cannot be started without deactivating the system first.
If you are unsure of what the manual code is refer to the top of this page or check with your dealer and set one if it has not been set by them.
Again this is based on your code being 31313 just to make it easier to understand.
1. Turn the ignition to Accessory.
2. Press both turn signals. (security light should flash rapidly)
3. Press left turn signal button 3 times (the 1st "3" of the PIN). Press right turn signal button 1 time (to "set" the code number).
4. Press left turn signal button 1 time (2nd number of PIN). Press right turn signal button 1 time.
5. Press left turn signal button 3 times. Press right turn signal button 1 time.
6. Press left turn signal button 1 time. Press right turn signal button 1 time.
7. Press left turn signal button 3 times. Press right turn signal button 1 time.
Security light stops flashing and security system is disarmed.
If you've changed the number, use your new number instead of 31313.
Posted on Dec 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Below is a couple proceedures on the subject --first one sets your personal security code in case you lose your Fob or if the battery should die the second one is ASSIGNMENT of a Key Fob to the bike
This must be done when you buy a new button type key fob for the Alarm if you lose one.
I assume you know your personal entry code using the directional switches and the key switch to activate , if not , it's in the Owners Manual
If you never set the code,the dealer can help you out here.
1. Set run switch to off
2. ign to acc
3. hold both turn sigs till lights flash
4. use Left Turn Signal to enter number by pushing 7 times
5. use right turn signal as enter key
6. repeat until all 5 are entered and you hit enter
lights should flash and you should be OK.
KEY FOB ASSIGNMENT
The Key fob on TSSM motorcycles must be set so it will operate the alarm system on the vehicle.
This assignment must be completed with no pauses between steps greater than 10 seconds.
Turn the ignition OFF after all key fobs have been assigned.
The programming mode will also exit after 60 seconds has elapsed without detecting any fob signup messages
or turn signal switch activity.
Two key fobs may be assigned to the TSSM.
The first successful attempt to program a fob will disable all previously assigned fobs.
If a second fob is to be programmed, it must be done in the same programming sequence as the initial fob.
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