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4 ways are on and can not get them off?

The 2003 Softail TSM/TSSM's turn signal feature provides for Automatic cancellation; Manual cancellation; Four-way flashing and Diagnostics mode.

Turn signals can only be activated or deactivated with the ignition key in the "IGN" position, not the "ACC" position.

If you press the left or right turn switch the signal will activate both the turn signal operation/illumination and the automatic cancellation function. If you press the button a second time the signal will cancel. Also if you have one signal on and you press the opposite signal switch button the first set signal will cancel and the second pressed side will operate. However if you do not press the signal switch button the second time the signal will remain on and will not cancel while you are approaching the turn but will only automatically cancel after the TSM/TSSM senses that the turn has been completed because when the signal switch button is depressed the TSM/TSSM starts to count to twenty after which it will cancel the signal function if speed is not reduced below 7 MPH but as long as the speed of the motorcycle is above 7 MPH or is stopped the signals will not cancel until speed is resumed to above 8 MPH at which time the 20 count will resume and the signal will cancel after the end of the 20 count. The signals will also cancel within two seconds after the bank angle sensor in the TSM/TSSM senses more than a 45 degree lean of a turn action after which the motorcycle returns to a normal upright riding position. As well the TSM/TSSN will calibrate itself after it senses that he motorcycle has been ridden for one quarter of a mile or four tenths of a kilometer at steady speeds in an upright position. ON

The TSM/TSSM also flashes the signal simultaneously as four way flashers whenever the ignition is set "ON" , the security system is not activated and both signal switch buttons are simultaneously depressed. If you have to leave the motorcycle where it is with the four signal lights flashing they will continue to flash for two hours if while they are flashing you turn off the ignition switch and activate/arm the security system but if you turn the ignition switch is turned on, disarm/deactivate the security system and depress both signal light switch buttons simultaneously the four lights will cease to flash before the two hour period is up.

An auto arming feature that is not always active on domestic motorcycles but is user selectable on these models but that is always active on HDI models Auto-arming requires that the four-way flashers be activated within 30 seconds of key OFF or after the vehicle has been disarmed. This allows a vehicle to be left in a secured state with the four lights flashing until they are turned off as described above.

If the four way flashers are not turned of before the security system is disarmed/deactivated then the TSSM will stop four way flashing for one second and then per flash the lights one time to signal that the system has been disarmed/deactivated and then after one more second the four way flashing will resume.

When there is a burned out light bulb on one side of the motorcycle, the remaining light on that side and the turn signal indicator light on that side will flash at double the normal rate after the fifth flash so if that happens check your signal light bulbs.

As the TSM/TSSM also diagnoses for signal wiring short circuits and opens AND for stuck signal light switches if there is a stuck turn signal light switch the automatic turn signal cancellation feature will not work and the signal will continue to flash AND if there is a stuck turn signal switch the four way flashers will only be activated if both of the turn signal switch buttons are held in for more than one second so if the four way flashers are on when a signal switch becomes stuck you may have to hold them in for a longer period of time to cancel them also.

Otherwise if you are having turn signal or four way flasher problems you should check for TSM/TSSM trouble codes.

Jul 11, 2014 | 2003 Harley Davidson FLSTF Fat boy

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Why my turn signal lights are flashing no my flht 2002

Is it turn signals or four way flashers??? There is a big difference. With a TSM (not a TSSM) 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.

May 20, 2014 | 2002 Harley Davidson FLHT Electra Glide...

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Signal flashing fast

almost certainly there is an error with the wiring. sometimes the globes have a different resistive value and can cause problems with the flashing period.

Mar 08, 2014 | Yamaha Motorcycles

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New burner caps and hob knobs wanted for model 02-202110.\r\nthis model is obselete so what other make of gas hob is compatable.

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  • Feb 03, 2011 | WindCrest 35 in. CTG365D Stainless Steel...

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    The left signal is on all the time not flashing and even without the keys the light still on someone told is the body control module

    yes body control module is at fault .but check jack plugs to rear of bcm as water ingress from poor window seal can cause corroision to terminals

    May 14, 2010 | 2003 Hyundai Tiburon

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    Turn signals flashing too fast

    Yes, This is easy. Recall on this problem. Take into dealer for free recall solution and it will stop.

    Jun 24, 2009 | 1999 Buick Regal

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    Piease sir send me serial no because i have lost old nero at this time emergency

    Check these serial numbers and see if it would work:

    S/N: 1A23-0009-4030-1212-7210-0431
    S/N: 1A23-0009-4030-1713-3092-9604
    S/N: 1A23-0009-5030-1405-6402-0160

    Have a great day!

    May 16, 2009 | Ahead Software Nero 6.0 (60045) for PC

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    If your Decade watch is like mine it has 4 push buttons (10, 2, 4 and 8 "o'clock" positions respectively; and one pull and turn stem (at 3 o'clock position) -
    For the purpose of setting the watch and functions mentally label the push buttons as follows:
    10 o'clock position "A"
    8 o'clock position "B"
    2 o'clock position "C"
    4 o'clock position "D"


    1) In normal time readout press B (3x) to get to normal time setting mode: "SEC" will start flashing, press C for synchronization
    2) Press D once: "MIN" will be flashing, press C to advance
    3) Press D once: "HOUR" will be flashing, press C to advance ("A" is for am, "P" is for pm, "H" is for 24 Hour format)
    4) Press D once: "DATE" should be flashing, press C to advance
    5) Press D once: "MONTH" should be flashing, press C to advance
    6) Press D once: "DAY OF WEEK" should be flashing, press C to advance
    7) Press B once: Setting is completed, return to normal time readout


    1) In normal time readout press B (2x): Alarm time "HOUR" should be flashing, press C to advance
    2) Press D once: Alarm time "MIN" should be flashing, press C to advance
    3) Press B once: Setting is completed, return to normal time readout

    1) In normal time readout press C and D simultaneously: Alarm signal should appear
    2) In normal time readout disarm alarm by pressing C and D simultaneously: alarm signal should disappear

    Note: Alarm (when activated) will stop itself after 1 minute; or can be silenced by pressing D or press C to snooze for 5 minutes (operates for 1 hour)


    1) In normal time readout press D and B simultaneously: Chime signal should appear
    2) In normal time readout disarm chime by pressing C and D simultaneously: alarm signal should disappear

    1) In normal time readout press B once to get into "CHRONO" mode: press C for to start counting event -
    While in Chrono mode there are two options
    a) During a counting event: press C to stop counting, press D to clear and reset stopwatch to 0:00
    b) During a counting event: press D to see a "split" time (IE first leg of a relay time is shown while the counting event continues, press D again to return to running counting event; press C at end of event, press D to reset stopwatch to 0:00
    2) press B to return to normal time mode

    Mar 27, 2009 | JCPenney Watches

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    Left side turn signal

    it sounds like a bad ground. check all grounds for tightness and corrosion

    Aug 11, 2008 | 2003 Pontiac Montana

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