Join Date: Jun 2015
Location: Southern New Jersey
Additional info. I failed to tell you that the alternate code I mentioned is a 5 digit code that is entered with a series of keying the turn signal switches described in the owners manual or the service manual for your model bike, when a key fob is not present. One problem I encountered with the TSSM module was a sneak circuit to ground when I installed the Kuryakyn Run, Turn, Stop rear lights accessory module that would drain the battery when the security system was turned on for more than a week. That was fixed by removing the Kuryakyn module and replacing it with the Harley module that also makes the rear brake and turn signals into a Run, Turn, Stop operation. Again this is an optional feature for the rear lights that you may or may not have on your bike. The Kuryakyn module, if present, can be found under the seat plugged into the rear light wiring harness, it has red heat shrink on it and will be in line with the rear light harness via male/female connectors. If it is present that may explain the the 22 mA draw you mention but I don't know for sure what the stock current draw would be for that circuit. I hope this helps you out. I still have my 03 Touring Models Service Manual and although not 100% sure but don't think much was changed between 01 & 03. This includes the wiring Diagrams.
Last edited by NickyNuts; 10-10-2016 at 02:32 PM.
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