Question about 2005 Honda CBR 1000 RR Fireblade
The Hiss light is staying on the bike turning over but not firing the fuel pump. I guess it's a Hiss problem. Keys coded to ECU ok aerial in. Anyone shed any light, please. Cheers Nige
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you should be able to take your title with vin number on it to your local dealer and order new keys, shouldn' t be an issue.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
1. Obtain a new transponder key.
2. Grind the key in accordance with the shape of the original key.
3. Apply 12V battery voltage to the ignition pulse generator lines of the engine control module (ECM).
4. Turn the ignition switch ON with the original key. The immobilizer indicator comes on and it remains on.
*The code of the original key is recognized by the ECM.
*If there is any problem in the immobilizer system, the system will enter the diagnostic mode and the indicator will remain on for approx. ten seconds, then it will indicate the diagnostic code (page 20-5).
5. Disconnect the red clip of the inspection adepter from the battery positive (+) terminal for two seconds or more, then connect it again. The indicator remains on for approx. two seconds, then it blinks four times repeatedly.
*The immobilizer system (HISS) enters the registration mode. Registrations of all key except the original key inserted in the ignition switch are canceled. (Registration of the lost key or spare key is canceled.)
The spare key must be registered again.
6. Turn the ignition switch OFF and remove the key.
7. Turn the ignition switch ON with a new key or the spare key. (Never use the key registered in previous step.) The indicator comes on for two seconds, then it blinks four times repeatedly.
*The new key or spare key is registered in the ECM.
*If there is any problem in the registration, the system will enter the diagnostic mode and the indicator will remain on for approx. ten seconds, then it will indicate the diagnostic code (page 20-6).
Keep the other transponder key away from the immobilizer receiver more than 50mm (2.0 in).
8. Repeat the steps 6 and 7 when you continuously register the other new key.
The ECM can store up to four key codes. (The four keys can be registered.)
9. Turn the ignition switch OFF, remove the inspection adapter and connect the ignition pulse generator connector.
10. Turn the ignition ON with the registered key.
*The immobilizer system (HISS) returns to the normal mode.
11. Check that the engine can be started using all registered key.
If that doesn't work,You will need to go to a dealer and have the keys reprogrammed.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
you carnt disconect the hiss....the key has the code in it & is also linked to the cdi of the bike.....bike needs to read the key code to work...only way round is to relapce with new hiss/key.ecu..
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
Honda doesn't or claims it doesn't keep record of their transponder passwords, which is prolly true. Dealership will tell you Barrel, and ecu need be changed with new set of keys and tank/passenger seat locks which will run you $1400+. In principal, you can purchase a new ecu with matched blank keys and have them cut to your current key code, which should run you $800ish but i don't know if they will do it.. other cheaper options include:
- $250-ish: send ecu to specialized shops that hack it (physically) and reprogram it and then send it back with two matched blank keys (plus $30-ish if you want them cut, but you need to send them the barrel also)
- $400-ish: buy used and hacked ecu with matched blank keys..then cut them yourself to your key code.
- $100-ish: buy used U.S. spec ECU eliminating HISS altogether, then you can cut keys that will work without programming the transponders, but you will need to alter your wiring harness or buy U.S. loom.( If you have a japan bike you have another wiring problem with the exhaust servo)
P.S. people telling you just to cut keys don't have /have dealt with HISS before.
Posted on Nov 20, 2012
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