Wednesday, July 27, 2011

2007 Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide turns over but will not start/run?

The security system is not allowing the bike to start.It turns over but dont start/run.-----
The problem can be faulty turn signal switch or key fob itself or key fob circuit.

The book says to place the key fob on the seat and turn on the igntion switch. have you had the battery on the bike disconected or has it drained down to nothing and been recharged?

leave the fob on seat and turn on the ignition , and then see if that helps/.-----------

if you have had the battery out of the key fob first disarm using the code then lay the fob on the seat and turn bike off and let it reset the alarm, then turn key back on and see if that don't resync the two of them.

Can the dealership reset system?

yes they can with there lap technician. look here is the trouble shoot page from the manual, you let me know if you want to deal with this or take it to them. look at this page and decide. i have the book so we could go through all of this if you want.


TURN SIGNALS (TSM/HFSM)

Verify the operation of the turn signals and the integrity of the

fuse protecting the turn signals before further troubleshooting.

SECURITY SYSTEM (HFSM)

If the fob is present, and the security system is issuing "warnings"

or "Alarm" when the motorcycle is moved, the reason

may be one of the following:

1. Strong electromagnetic interference in the area you have

parked

a. Verify you have not placed your fob in metal enclosure,

or within 3 in. (80 mm) of other electronic

devices.

b. Place fob on the vehicle seat and turn the ignition

key ON. After the system disarms, the fob can be

placed back in its carrying location.

c. Try moving the motorcycle several meters (15 feet)

away from the current parking spot.

2. The fob battery is dead - use PIN to disarm the vehicle,

and replace fob battery.

3. Fob is damaged - Use PIN to disarm the vehicle.

Replace the fob.

NOTES

? If your Security Icon is staying Solid ON while you are

riding the vehicle, take your vehicle to your dealer as

soon as practical.

? If you are within arm's length of the vehicle, and vehicle

is unlocked, another person may attempt to steal your

vehicle - always lock the fork and Ignition Key for added

protection.

DIAGNOSTICS MODE

The TSM/HFSM measures the current when the turn signals

are used. If there is a burned out light bulb on one side, the

remaining light and the corresponding turn signal indicator

flash at double the normal rate starting with the fifth flash.

Other diagnostic conditions monitored include:

? Short circuit in the turn signal wiring.

? Open circuit in the turn signal wiring.

? Stuck turn signal switch.

NOTES

? A stuck turn signal switch will disable the automatic turn

signal cancellation feature.

? If a stuck switch is detected, you must hold the left and

right turn signal switches in for more than one second to

activate the four-way flashers.

See Section 3.9 CHECKING FOR DTCS for more information.

TROUBLESHOOTING

To resolve TSM/HFSM faults, follow three basic steps:

1. Retrieve DTCs using speedometer self diagnostics. See

Section 3.11 SPEEDOMETER SELF DIAGNOSTICS.

2. Diagnose system problems. This involves using special

tools and the diagnostic flow charts in this section.

3. Correct problems through the replacement and/or repair

of the affected components.

After repairs are performed, the work must be validated. This

involves clearing the DTCs and confirming proper vehicle

operation as indicated by the behavior of the turn signals.


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check voltage on batteries on fob's . 2.45 volts on first one, and .5 volts on second one.


battery in the fob the best one was 2.5 volts, the book recommends 2.9 i wonder how critical that is. when you disarm with the code the key lamp does not flash while you are running the bike does it?

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GENERAL

Problems fall into at least one of four categories:

? Turn signal malfunction.

? Bank angle (engine disable).

? Clutch/neutral interlock (starter enable).

? Security lamp problem.

? Security system malfunction

SECURITY /LAMP DIAGNOSTICS

To diagnose system problems, start by observing the behavior

of the security lamp.

NOTES

? See Figure 3-9. "Key ON" means that the ignition key is

turned to IGNITION and the engine stop switch is set to

RUN (although the engine is not running).

? See Figure 3-10. 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 need to be replaced. See Section 3.11

SPEEDOMETER SELF DIAGNOSTICS. 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 bulb check if historic DTCs are present. The security

lamp will stay on if current DTCs are set. If a historic DTC

is present, the security lamp will light for 2 ignition cycles

or until the DTC is cleared manually.

1.. After the lamp turns off after being illuminated

for the first four second period, one of three

events may occur:

a. The lamp remains off. This indicates there are no

current fault conditions or stored historic DTCs currently

detected by the HFSM.

b. The lamp stays off for only four seconds and then

comes back on for an eight-second period. This indicates

a historic DTC is stored, but no current DTC

exists.

c. If the lamp remains on beyond the eight-second

period, a current DTC exists.

? See CODE TYPES under Section 3.9 CHECKING FOR

DTCS for a complete description of DTC formats.


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One user mentions that he received this error code after trying this procedure:----

all lamps came on with holding reset odometer and ignition on.. after this is what was displayed. d1 A9

That is diag for diagnoses, each time you click after that it will read to next code and show what code are stored.

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list of codes

Table 3-5. TSM/HFSM DTCs and Fault Conditions

PRIORITY DTC DESCRIPTION GO TO SECTION

1 U1300 J1850 Short-to-ground 3.25 DTC U1300, U1301 or "BUS ER"

2 U1301 J1850 Short-to-battery 3.25 DTC U1300, U1301 or "BUS ER"

3 U1016 Loss of serial communications - ECM 3.24 DTC U1016, U1255

4 U1255

Loss of serial communications - General

3.24 DTC U1016, U1255

5 B1142 HFSM2 Internal fault 3.19 DTC B1136, B1142 (HFSM ONLY)

6 B1135 Accelerometer periodic test fault 3.18 DTC B1135

7

B1136

(HFSM)

Accelerometer tip-over self-test fault 3.19 DTC B1136, B1142 (HFSM ONLY)

8 B1151 Sidecar BAS short to ground 3.22 DTC B1151, B1152, B1153

9 B1152 Sidecar BAS short to battery 3.22 DTC B1151, B1152, B1153

10 B1153 Sidecar BAS high 3.22 DTC B1151, B1152, B1153

NOTE: Sidecar DTCs apply only to Touring models equipped with sidecars. If DTCs B1151, B1152 and/or B1153

are present on non sidecar equipped motorcycles, the TSM/TSSM/HFSM is not properly configured.

11 B1154 Clutch switch input short to ground 3.23 DTC B1154, B1155

12 B1155 Neutral switch input short to battery 3.23 DTC B1154, B1155

13 B1134 Starter relay output short to battery 3.17 DTC B1134

14

B1121

(TSM)

Left turn lamp output open circuit 3.15 TSM/HFSM: TURN SIGNAL ERRORS AND DTCS

B1121

(HFSM)

Left turn lamp output open circuit 3.15 TSM/HFSM: TURN SIGNAL ERRORS AND DTCS

15

B1122

(TSM)

Right turn lamp output open circuit 3.15 TSM/HFSM: TURN SIGNAL ERRORS AND DTCS

B1122

(HFSM)

Right turn lamp output open circuit 3.15 TSM/HFSM: TURN SIGNAL ERRORS AND DTCS

16

B1123

(HFSM)

Left turn lamp output short to ground 3.15 TSM/HFSM: TURN SIGNAL ERRORS AND DTCS

17

B1124

(HFSM)

Right turn lamp output short to

ground

3.15 TSM/HFSM: TURN SIGNAL ERRORS AND DTCS

18

B1125

(HFSM)

Left turn lamp output short to battery 3.15 TSM/HFSM: TURN SIGNAL ERRORS AND DTCS

19

B1126

(HFSM)

Right turn lamp output short to battery

3.15 TSM/HFSM: TURN SIGNAL ERRORS AND DTCS

20

B1143

(HFSM)

Security antenna short to ground 3.21 DTC B1143, B1144, B1145 (HFSM ONLY)

21

B1144

(HFSM)

Security antenna short to battery 3.21 DTC B1143, B1144, B1145 (HFSM ONLY)

22

B1145

(HFSM)

Security antenna open 3.21 DTC B1143, B1144, B1145 (HFSM ONLY)

23 B0563 battery voltage high 3.14 DTC B0563

24

B1131

(HFSM)

Alarm output short to ground 3.16 DTC B1131, B1132 (HFSM ONLY)

25

B1132

(HFSM)

Alarm output short to battery 3.16 DTC B1131, B1132 (HFSM ONLY)

26

B1141

(TSM)

Ignition switch open/low 3.15 TSM/HFSM: TURN SIGNAL ERRORS AND DTCS

B1141

(HFSM)

Ignition switch open/low 3.20 DTC B1141 (HFSM ONLY)




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