Question about 2011 Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide
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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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