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Security Code enabled

I dont know how but my head unit went into security mode and the securiy light now flashes red. I can not get the unit to turn on nor can i get it to display a request for any sort of code. Could this be a fuse or is there something else going on here? Your help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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    yes i have the same problem cant get my unit to come on

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Try thr reset button on the front lower left hand corner

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SOURCE: Security code light blinking nodisplay on lcd

If you have not already tried resetting unit. Bottom left of unit you should see a small round reset button. Press this small Reset button with a Pen or other pointy object. If this does not work refer to trouble shooting section of Owners manual to see if any of that info may help.
http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/CQVD6503U-MULTI.PDF

If you need service manual I may be able to help kstahl65@att.net

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Harley fob 05 fat boy


2005 Softail ARMING/DISARMING SECURITY SYSTEM (TSSM) 3.7
GENERAL
The security system can be armed automatically by the TSSM when the bike is shut down or manually by the use of the fob and it can be turned off automatically by having the fob within range when the ignition is turned on or by entering the PIN or personal code.

The security system lamp in the speedometer head confirms the status of the system as armed or disarmed.

The range within which the fob will work is dependent on the environmental and geographic conditions so the fob should be held at about waist level and horizontal to the tssm and pointed at the front of the bike with the fob button held down until both of the turn signals flash twice which indicates that the TSSM has responded to the fob and the security system has been activated. To disarm the system the fob should also be held at about waist level and horizontal to the TSSM and pointed at the front of the bike and the fob button rapidly pressed two times within 1.5 seconds after which if the TSSM has responded and turned off the security system the signal lights will flash one time.

The fob is synchronized to the particular TSSM and the fob button should not be pressed very often when it is away from the bike because this might cause it to become de-synchronized to the particular TSSM which would require that the fob button be pressed and held within range of the TSSM for 10 to 15 seconds or until it is re-synchronized and the signal lights flash two times in response.

The personal code (PIN) consists of five numbers or digits each of which can be any number from 1 to 9 that are individually entered into the security system by using the left and right turn signal switches. This number can be used to disarm the security system without the fob. If an error is made while entering the PIN the TSSM will activate the alarm for 30 seconds after the fifth digit is entered and the security lamp will flash every second for ten minutes and there cannot be any further attempts to enter the code during this ten minute period.

The way to enter a personal code is to set the RUN/OFF switch to OFF, turn the IGNITION key to ACC, hold both turn switches in until the security lamp blinks at a fast rate to confirm that the security system is ready for personal code entry, THEN enter the first PIN digit (number) by pressing the left turn switch button a number of times equal to the value of the first digit of the PIN, i.e. for 1 press once for 2 press twice etc., then press the right turn signal switch button 1 time to enter the first number, THEN press the left turn signal switch button the number of times that is equal to the second number of the PIN, followed by pressing the right turn signal switch button 1 time to enter the second number, then press the left signal light switch button the number of times equal to the third number of the PIN followed by pressing the right signal light switch button one time to enter the third number of the PIN, THEN press the button of the left turn signal light switch a number of times equal to the number of the fourth PIN number followed by pressing the right signal light switch button once to enter the fourth PIN number, THEN press the left signal light switch button the number of ties that is equal to the fifth number of the PIN followed by pressing the right turn signal switch button one time to enter this final number of the PIN at which point the security lamp in the speedometer head will stop flashing and the signal lights will flash once to confirm that the security system has been disarmed.

If the security lamp light in the speedometer head does not flash the security system is not armed or the bike does not have a security system or the system if installed is in storage mode.If the security system light in the speedometer head flashes every second for ten minutes there has been a failed PIN entry attempt. If the security system light in the speedometer head flashes once every two seconds the security system is armed. If the security system light in the speedometer head flashes 3 times per second the system is in PIN entry mode. If the security system light stays on solidly with the ignition key OFF auto-arming is commencing and there will be a 30 second period before the system is armed. If the security system light in the speedometer head stays on solidly for more than 4 seconds with the ignition switch ON there is a current DTC(s) set.

With a TSM if the four-way flashers flash 6 times shortly after the ignition switch is turned to ON you should check for DTC's that have been set.

A TSSM diagnosis starts with observation of the security system light in the speedometer head at KEY ON which means that the run switch and the ignition switch are both ON without starting the engine. When the ignition key is turned ON, the security lamp will illuminate for approximately four seconds and then turn off. If the security lamp is not illuminated at Key ON or if it fails to turn OFF after the initial four second period, the speedometer may be defective and need to be replaced. If BUS Er is displayed on the odometer, it may take up to twenty seconds for the security lamp to illuminate. The security lamp will also light for eight seconds after the first four second bulb check period if any historic diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) are present. After the initial 4 second bulb check period of lamp illumination the security lamp will stay on if current DTCs are set. If a historic DTC is present, the security lamp will continue to light for 50 ignition cycles or until the DTC has been manually cleared away. After the lamp turns off after being illuminated for the first four second period, one of three events may occur: 1.The lamp will remains off which indicates there are no current fault conditions or stored historic DTCs being detected by the TSSM. 2. The lamp stays off for four seconds and then comes back on for an eight-second period which indicates that a historic DTC is stored, but no current DTC exists. 3. If the lamp remains on beyond the eight-second period a current DTC exists.

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2003 FLSTC heritage alarm system.


FOR 2002 Security System 1 long push on the remote turns it on, 2 quick clicks turn it off.
The security system can be armed automatically by the TSSM when the bike is shut down or manually by the use of the fob and it can be turned off automatically by having the fob within range when the ignition is turned on or by entering the PIN or personal code.

The security system lamp in the speedometer head confirms the status of the system as armed or disarmed.

The range within which the fob will work is dependent on the environmental and geographic conditions so the fob should be held at about waist level and horizontal to the tssm and pointed at the front of the bike with the fob button held down until both of the turn signals flash twice which indicates that the TSSM has responded to the fob and the security system has been activated. To disarm the system the fob should also be held at about waist level and horizontal to the TSSM and pointed at the front of the bike and the fob button rapidly pressed two times within 1.5 seconds after which if the TSSM has responded and turned off the security system the signal lights will flash one time.

The fob is synchronized to the particular TSSM and the fob button should not be pressed very often when it is away from the bike because this might cause it to become de-synchronized to the particular TSSM which would require that the fob button be pressed and held within range of the TSSM for 10 to 15 seconds or until it is re-synchronized and the signal lights flash two times in response.

The personal code (PIN) consists of five numbers or digits each of which can be any number from 1 to 9 that are individually entered into the security system by using the left and right turn signal switches. This number can be used to disarm the security system without the fob. If an error is made while entering the PIN the TSSM will activate the alarm for 30 seconds after the fifth digit is entered and the security lamp will flash every second for ten minutes and there cannot be any further attempts to enter the code during this ten minute period.

The way to enter a personal code is to set the RUN/OFF switch to OFF, turn the IGNITION key to ACC, hold both turn switches in until the security lamp blinks at a fast rate to confirm that the security system is ready for personal code entry, THEN enter the first PIN digit (number) by pressing the left turn switch button a number of times equal to the value of the first digit of the PIN, i.e. for 1 press once for 2 press twice etc., then press the right turn signal switch button 1 time to enter the first number, THEN press the left turn signal switch button the number of times that is equal to the second number of the PIN, followed by pressing the right turn signal switch button 1 time to enter the second number, then press the left signal light switch button the number of times equal to the third number of the PIN followed by pressing the right signal light switch button one time to enter the third number of the PIN, THEN press the button of the left turn signal light switch a number of times equal to the number of the fourth PIN number followed by pressing the right signal light switch button once to enter the fourth PIN number, THEN press the left signal light switch button the number of ties that is equal to the fifth number of the PIN followed by pressing the right turn signal switch button one time to enter this final number of the PIN at which point the security lamp in the speedometer head will stop flashing and the signal lights will flash once to confirm that the security system has been disarmed.

If the security lamp light in the speedometer head does not flash the security system is not armed or the bike does not have a security system or the system if installed is in storage mode.If the security system light in the speedometer head flashes every second for ten minutes there has been a failed PIN entry attempt. If the security system light in the speedometer head flashes once every two seconds the security system is armed. If the security system light in the speedometer head flashes 3 times per second the system is in PIN entry mode. If the security system light stays on solidly with the ignition key OFF auto-arming is commencing and there will be a 30 second period before the system is armed. If the security system light in the speedometer head stays on solidly for more than 4 seconds with the ignition switch ON there is a current DTC(s) set.

With a TSM if the four-way flashers flash 6 times shortly after the ignition switch is turned to ON you should check for DTC's that have been set.

A TSSM diagnosis starts with observation of the security system light in the speedometer head at KEY ON which means that the run switch and the ignition switch are both ON without starting the engine. When the ignition key is turned ON, the security lamp will illuminate for approximately four seconds and then turn off. If the security lamp is not illuminated at Key ON or if it fails to turn OFF after the initial four second period, the speedometer may be defective and need to be replaced. If BUS Er is displayed on the odometer, it may take up to twenty seconds for the security lamp to illuminate. The security lamp will also light for eight seconds after the first four second bulb check period if any historic diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) are present. After the initial 4 second bulb check period of lamp illumination the security lamp will stay on if current DTCs are set. If a historic DTC is present, the security lamp will continue to light for 50 ignition cycles or until the DTC has been manually cleared away. After the lamp turns off after being illuminated for the first four second period, one of three events may occur: 1.The lamp will remains off which indicates there are no current fault conditions or stored historic DTCs being detected by the TSSM. 2. The lamp stays off for four seconds and then comes back on for an eight-second period which indicates that a historic DTC is stored, but no current DTC exists. 3. If the lamp remains on beyond the eight-second period a current DTC exists.

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possible you have to reset antitheft mode ,is there a red light flashing when you turn key to on possion not starting it ? some will reset by putting key in drivers door and turning it open close 3 times look for lights to flash then try to start.

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ur defalt phones codes is 12345 or 00000 u can use it
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Default 6 Digit Security code: 123456 or 000000


Type *#06# at the mobile screen to know IMEI no of your mobile.
send the IMEI no to me and i will reply you with unlocking code.
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I bought a car from a car auction and it had a kenwood dnx9140 but when i turned it on it said enter security code but i dont know it because it was in vehicle that i bought , is there a bypass or default...


Probably not, you can buy security codes online, you just need the serial number off the head unit so you may need to get it out,

have a look here fore some head unit removal guides ;

www.carheadunit.co.uk

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The vehicle theft deterrent system is designed in order to prevent vehicle theft by disabling the fuel injectors unless the lock cylinder is correctly engaged by a mechanical key. The theft deterrent system uses the following 4 components for theft prevention:
• The lock cylinder
• The ignition switch
• The body control module (BCM)
• The powertrain control module (PCM)
When starting the engine, the PCM searches for a password from the BCM through the Class 2 serial data circuit. If the password is not recognized or not present, the PCM will disable the engine. Two modes of tamper detection are provided:
No password received
The engine will start and stall quickly. SECURITY telltale will flash on the instrument panel cluster (IPC) and then stay ON steady.
Incorrect or disable password received (More than 3 invalid passwords are received)
The engine is disabled for at least 10 minutes and the SECURITY telltale will illuminate solid on the IPC during the 10 minutes.
After the vehicle has passed theft detection, the PCM will continue normal operation.

Passlock™ Lock Cylinder
The Passlock™ lock cylinder is a locking cylinder that turns a rotating magnet past a stationary hall effect sensor. This action creates the Passlock™ cylinder data. The Passlock™ cylinder data is sent to the Body Control Module (BCM). The Passlock™ lock cylinder is interfaced with the BCM via a 3-wire connection:
• Power
• Ground
• Data

Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
The Powertrain Control Module (PCM) is located on the lower left side of the instrument panel.
The PCM communicates with the Body Control Module (BCM) via serial data over the class 2 serial data bus, CKT 1807. When the BCM determines a passed theft condition, the BCM sends a coded password to the PCM. When the PCM receives the correct password, the PCM enables the fuel injection system, allowing the vehicle to operate correctly. The PCM may allow the car to start and quickly stall during a failed theft condition.
The following conditions may cause the PCM to enter a tamper mode:
• A bad timing cycle
• An incorrect password
If the BCM does not receive a password within a preset time window, the BCM will enter a short tamper mode. During this mode, the PCM will not allow the car to operate for 4 seconds.
If the password is incorrect, the PCM will enter the long tamper mode. In the long tamper mode, the following actions will occur:
• The THEFT SYSTEM indicator will flash.
• The fuel injectors will be shut off for approximately 10 minutes.
Although the vehicle may start, the engine will quickly stall due to a fuel cut-off.
In the event of an open in the serial data communication between the BCM and the PCM, the following actions occur:
• The PCM will become fail-enabled if the car has already passed theft for that ignition cycle (i.e. the engine is running).
• The PCM may set the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC).
• The THEFT SYSTEM indicator will light continuously.
• The PCM will become fail-enabled for future ignition cycles.
If a failure occurs in serial data before the ignition cycle, while the PCM is not fail-enabled, the PCM will never receive a valid password in order to enable the continued use of the fuel injectors.

Your best bet , take to a qualified repair shop .
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If the phone isnt asking for the security code and you just want to change it then you need flash lead to scan the phone and see what the code is.
Anyway here is the master code enter this when you switch the phone on ok. 7546711501
let me know if you need further assistance ok

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Security code light blinking nodisplay on lcd


If you have not already tried resetting unit. Bottom left of unit you should see a small round reset button. Press this small Reset button with a Pen or other pointy object. If this does not work refer to trouble shooting section of Owners manual to see if any of that info may help.
http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/CQVD6503U-MULTI.PDF

If you need service manual I may be able to help kstahl65@att.net

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