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Old 12-24-2012, 05:21 AM
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I took mine in when it started blinking. Turns out its a signal from the moco that I won a $1k gift certificate ! Better take yours in before the offer ends !!!
Man I never win anything!
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Old 12-24-2012, 08:35 AM
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Still using original battery on mine. Have back up waiting
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Old 12-24-2012, 08:41 AM
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Still using original battery on mine. Have back up waiting
Wow, you have a 2010 and still have the original battery, I need to know what you're doing right, or what I'm doing wrong, I've replaced the battery in both of my fobs, on of them twice.
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Old 12-24-2012, 09:41 AM
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I had my security TSSM installed last year. When the mechanic/tech brought my bike out he told me to replace the batteries every six months.
Good, cheap insurance if you ask me!
Especially since I'm not sure what I programmed my code to be! Duh!

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Old 12-24-2012, 11:45 AM
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Wow, you have a 2010 and still have the original battery, I need to know what you're doing right, or what I'm doing wrong, I've replaced the battery in both of my fobs, on of them twice.
Not doing nothing special. Just stick the fob in my pocket when i go to ride and the bike always starts. Like i said i do keep a back up on the skoot for when it dont.
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Old 12-24-2012, 04:21 PM
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don't store your fob next to a magnet...or cell phone
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New about the magnet but not the cell -- THNX !!!

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don't let yourself be caught short. there could be other reasons why you would have to input your override code other than a dead fob battery. there could be electrical interference in the area keeping your tssm from communicating with your fob.

if you can't remember what you programmed your code, go out to your bike, with a working fob.
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left turn signal: press 3 times
right turn signal: press 1 time

your current code will be flashing in the odometer. if you don't want to change it, just shut your ignition off. if you do wish to change it, you use your left turn signal to cycle through the digits, and the right turn signal to enter one. just set it to something you can remember.


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I had my security TSSM installed last year. When the mechanic/tech brought my bike out he told me to replace the batteries every six months.
Good, cheap insurance if you ask me!
Especially since I'm not sure what I programmed my code to be! Duh!

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Old 12-26-2012, 05:56 PM
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don't let yourself be caught short. there could be other reasons why you would have to input your override code other than a dead fob battery. there could be electrical interference in the area keeping your tssm from communicating with your fob.

if you can't remember what you programmed your code, go out to your bike, with a working fob.
ignition: on-off-on
left turn signal: press 3 times
right turn signal: press 1 time

your current code will be flashing in the odometer. if you don't want to change it, just shut your ignition off. if you do wish to change it, you use your left turn signal to cycle through the digits, and the right turn signal to enter one. just set it to something you can remember.
All HD bikes that have the security system has the override code set as all ones (111111 for example) when installed. Anyone that knows this can override your security system and steal your bike just by riding it away if you don't lock your steering. Anyone that know how to access your security code can ride away on your bike in a matter minutes so always lock your steering.

A p1010 code= lost password. This may indicate a low battery on the FOB but do not rely on it, it is best to change the battery in the FOB at least once a year.
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My key light came on and stayed on and like a dipstick I pulled into lowes and killed it instead of riding on home well I went to start it and nothing not even so I called the moco and they said to over ride it and it would start well nope it didn't so I'm stranded. I pulled the seat off and started looking I had took the tourpac of and stuffed all the wires under the seat like they say to do and I guess while I was riding I busted the fob antenna plug off but I got lucky and was able to put the 2 wires back Togeather and hauled ass. Took it to the moco and they said it happens a lot they replaced it and found out their self that ifs it's unhooked that putting the code in still won't start the bike


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