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Old 12-25-2012, 10:59 AM
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glad I found this, was working on bike in the garage with my work coat on and put fob in the pocket, come in hung coat up just inside door. next day, put on motorcycle jacket and went to work, went to leave work and bike wouldnt start, felt in pocket for fob no fob , thought i lost fob so had somebody take me home to get spare. well i just found the original thanks to this. now to change the code.
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Old 12-25-2012, 05:18 PM
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Just Down loaded the app. It says its for the 09 models so not every thing will be the same for the 10s and up. Have not compared yet
Have you? Its a nice tool to have on your phone though. Thanks.
No, I haven’t compared everything. I like the PIN and Harley Dealer links, so that alone makes it worth having on my phone.
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Old 12-25-2012, 05:54 PM
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Don't have the reference yet for the iPhone.


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Old 12-25-2012, 06:42 PM
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Thanks for the heads up, OP. Just re-programmed mine and tried it out (works great; just took a while for big-thumbs to get it right). Now I just gotta also be sure I don't forget it all (picked numbers I knew I would remember, it's just the sequence of stuff).

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Old 12-25-2012, 08:26 PM
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I love that app. Saw a Ultra Classic limping on the way to Sturgis, near Blue Earth, MN. Pulled out my phone, called up the codes, located a dealer, called the dealer, with the ECM code, they had the part, helped the ultra download the app, he called a tow truck, and headed to Albert Lea, for repairs, and I headed off to SD.

When I asked him what codes he was showing, he had no idea what I was talking about. The V twin app tells you how to call up the codes and cross reference them. The new improved version is most awesome.
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Old 12-26-2012, 03:39 PM
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Another idea - I ride with the same group of guys almost all of the time. We have all programmed our pin number the same. That way when we are on a trip and we have to move one of the bikes and the rider isn't right there, it makes it real easy. On the negative side, we can really screw with one another too! Not that we have done that!
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There’s an app called “V Twin Reference” on Google Apps that has a section on it called “Security Pin Menu”, among many other things. Instructions on Security PIN Override, Reset and Transport. I just put a text file in my file folder with my PIN code and use the apps instructions. Very handy. I have it on my Android phone. Not sure about Windows or iPhones.
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Would the info in that app also work for my 06??
I did a Google search. They have separate V Twin reference for 2007, 2008 and 2009 only. But there is nothing I found that is directly linked to '06/earlier or '10/later.
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I actually use my code frequently. Especially when I'm moving it around in the garage/yard or for the occasional bath. Though maybe only a little, I can also imagine it helps conserve the battery in the fob as well.


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I actually use my code frequently. Especially when I'm moving it around in the garage/yard or for the occasional bath. Though maybe only a little, I can also imagine it helps conserve the battery in the fob as well.
The FOB is transmitting at all times with the '07/later passave systems. So you are not saving the battery.
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The FOB is transmitting at all times with the '07/later passave systems. So you are not saving the battery.
Though I won't dispute your claim(I'm not a H-D engineer), I do find it ironic that I've noticed batteries installed at the same time have different lengths in life. And I typically carry one more than the other(alternate from time to time) and the one I carry the most always starts dying first. Just an observation made on several bikes.
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