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Old 09-02-2008, 04:36 PM   #1
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program key fob. by skirod

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Setting a FOB is easy. A FOB is the little black thing. Now if you have 2, you need to reset them at the same time. Here we go.
1. Set the Run/Stop switch on your right side handlebar to STOP!
2. Turn your Ignition Swich in this order. ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON!
3. Depress your LEFT Turn Signal Switch TWICE!
4. Depress your RIGHT Turn Signal Switch ONCE!
5. Then Press your Left Turn Signal Switch ONCE more.
6. Then hold the Key FOB up to your left handlebar controls until the turn signals flash TWICE. Hold the other one up after they flash.Thats if you have 2 Key FOBs.
7. Now turn off the bike and check it. Hold and Depress the FOB once. The Turn signals should flash ONCE! To dissarm. Double Click the FOB and the Turn Signals should flash TWICE!
Note: You need to perfom this process in under 30sec. Or the Bike will not respond, and you need to start over.
That's it, Hope I helped. PM me with futher Questions! Later Ski.
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Old 09-04-2008, 01:59 AM   #2
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Hi

I lost one set of keys with fob, and have bought a replacement.

Do i need to reset my original one atthe same time as the new one?
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Old 09-04-2008, 06:25 AM   #3
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yes when you start programing the new fob it erases all old memory
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Old 09-09-2008, 02:09 AM   #4
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Old 09-06-2009, 01:27 PM   #5
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Do you know how to do it with the fob without the button? Mine is an 07.
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Old 09-06-2009, 07:58 PM   #6
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Do you know how to do it with the fob without the button? Mine is an 07.
You take it to a dealer. Only way.
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Old 04-06-2013, 04:58 PM   #7
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So I just did these steps with a new fob and now the bike won't start!

Edit.....was holding button for too long when disarming.....quick pushes worked awesome.
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Old 05-17-2013, 01:30 AM   #8
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You take it to a dealer. Only way.

Oh bollocks. Can anyone confirm or deny this? I hate handing my bike over to the dealer, they are miles away, ragingly expensive, and can screw anything up.

What do they do that we can't?
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Oh bollocks. Can anyone confirm or deny this? I hate handing my bike over to the dealer, they are miles away, ragingly expensive, and can screw anything up.

What do they do that we can't?
The new "hands free" or buttonless fobs for the "smart" security systems have a serial number that needs to be assigned to the HFSM (security module) and the only way this can be done is via the dealer's digital technician software.
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Skirod ...
I just tried that procedure ... multiple times ... a few minutes ago.
Does not work on my 2006 VRSCR.
Any other ideas ?
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Skirod ...
I just tried that procedure ... multiple times ... a few minutes ago.
Does not work on my 2006 VRSCR.
Any other ideas ?
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SKIROD hasn't posted in quite a while but the 2006 fob assignment procedure posted by HD is a little different than what's shown in POST #1:

You don't need to do step 1: (set the RUN/STOP switch to STOP) so:

step 2 becomes step 1: turn IGN key ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON
step 3 becomes step 2: Press left turn switch 2 times and release. If signal lights only flash once, you don't have a TSSM (no security) so no need to continue.
step 4 becomes step 3: Press right turn switch 1 time and release
step 5 becomes step 4: Press left turn switch 1 time and release
step 6 becomes step 5 but is confusing as shown. It should read: press and hold the button on the fob until the signal lights flash twice.
step 7 should read: Repeat step 6 if you have another fob to assign
step 8 would be to turn the IGN OFF and check to see if fobs work

The HD explanation of fob functions is shown here.
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The new "hands free" or buttonless fobs for the "smart" security systems have a serial number that needs to be assigned to the HFSM (security module) and the only way this can be done is via the dealer's digital technician software.
Correct.. And save yourself a headache and make sure you have 2 of them in case you lose one, or it gets damaged. It will save you a trip to the Dealer.. $$$$$$
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OK, so a spare fob has some my way for a destroyed bike. Can the dealer add this to my 2009 Harley, for which I have lost a fob?
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OK, so a spare fob has some my way for a destroyed bike. Can the dealer add this to my 2009 Harley, for which I have lost a fob?
Maybe.

I'm assuming it's a buttonless fob for the HFSM. If so, the answer is maybe because each buttonless fob has a serial number that's shown on a removable label in both digital and bar code formats. If you didn't get this serial number label with the fob you may be SOL.

Your current fob (and the one you lost) had a label attached also and when it was originally assigned by a dealer the label should have been removed and attached to "NOTES" page in your Owner's Manual. I don't think there's a way to find the fob serial number without the label.

The dealer assigns the buttonless fob serial number by scanning (or keying in the digits) from the label using a Digital Technician. You should bring both fobs (and the serial number labels) with you so that both are assigned at the same time since the process of assigning fobs wipes out any previously assigned fobs. Also, a PIN (personal code) must be entered before fob assignment.
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