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Old 01-07-2009, 01:37 PM Top   #1 (permalink)
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Default TSSM Security Module Resetting Procedure.

For 2001 and up Harley Davidsons with TSSM Security Module, (key icon displays when key is turned to ignition position)

if your security light stays on for a prolonged period of time, if you have changed your battery or disconnected your battery when fitting components such as LED turns & if you have fitted LED turns without a load equalizer, you will need to reprogram your OEM Module.

text in red below step procedure is confirmation of action, always wait for confirmation before hitting the next step:


step # 1. move handle bar kill switch to off position

step # 2. turn your ignition key: on-off, on-off then on

step # 3. hit the left turn signal twice.
your turn signals and indicator light will flash 1 - 3 flashes

step # 4. hit the right turn signal once.
turn signals and indicator light will flash once.

step # 5. hit the right turn signal once.
turn and indicator signals will flash twice.

step # 6. hit right turn signal once.
turn and indicator signals will flash three times.

step # 7. hit left turn signal once.
turn and indicator signals flash to indicate error code
(see error code thread)


step # 8. to now clear codes, hit left turn signal and hold down for 6 seconds until confirmation.
turn and indicator signals flash twice.

step # 9. turn the ign switch to off


Thats it, TSSM is now reset and ready to roll
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Sk8, I rode my 77 FLH for 20 years, and all I've done is basic maintenance on my 07 and ride the crap out of it since I got it. I'm still learning about these newfangled computers and fuel injection so I'm behind the curve here. What I'm reading is that if I unhook the battery for any reason I need to go through this process, correct?
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Lurch, nope not necessarily true. I have had my battery disconnected several times but have never had to reset. But I will tell you they are some handy instructions to have around if you need to.

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I figured it might come in handy so I wrote it down on a note page in my service manual. It may be printed in the manual somewhere, but I couldn't find any reference to it so I put it in there. Definitely good info!
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yeah its not in the OEM manual, but in the electronics manual which most folks dont buy. Basically you know you have a problem if the red key light stays on for 4 - 5 seconds once the engine is fired. This is it tellin you there has been an issue of some kind and the fact that it goes out means its historical.

normally with these you have around 50 engine starts and then it auto re-sets.
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Hi,
Question, will this procedure also work if you have a used TSSM module.
I heard from a dealer here in Germany that this module takes a code from the first bike it was built in so you can't use it for a other bike again.
Don't know if it was a bull sory or not.
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I have not done it myself but I know folks who have swapped them out with no issues
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I took the battery out of my 2008 softail deluxe and cant get the system to reset any ideas?
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Yeah you have to do a system kinda reboot. I forget what they call it. Shoot me a PM and I'll find out today for you
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i have 2006 deuce i had trouble with the module purchased used module i have installed and it shut down i tried the reset you have posted it starts again then shuts down lock light comes back on any ideas ? or another way to reprogram module
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yeah there a marry procedure you gotta go thro,, check with your dealer
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I replaced the tssm module I can't find how to reboot the passwords between the ecm and tssm. any help you could provide would be very helpfull. Thanks Jay Pea
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Hubby's 02 Frankenstein trike has no handlebar controls. The nice gentleman from a retailer that shall remain unnamed asked me to unplug the TSSM to verify the wire colors and now the key light stays on and the ignition is locked out. Your sequence is awesome, however the reason I was "verifying" the TSSM was to make sure what color wires were on the back side of the plug to install turn signals and turn signal switches.

I have no Harley controls on the handle bars. I have a horn switch. the headlight has a toggle for hi/lo the ignition is a button under the frame.

The good news is I have stock controls on my bike the bad news is mine is a 99. is there anything I can do to get him running again, without buying an entire Harley handlebar control set? Including hot wiring around the TSSM, since there are no handle bar controls even reading codes is not happening.

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Never mind previous post once I took the TSSM off of the frame it was much easier to see that the plug was not plugged in completely. Yes I am an idiot. but it doesn't help that hubby had just come home from working offshore and wanted to ride right now!!!

the good thing is I found this forum so I can look before I do something stupid again. I'll be back.

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I just replaced the TSM in my '03 FLHTCU with a TSSM purchased from HD online catalog. I was able to program to key fob and the manual code. I engage the code and mess with the bike with the expected results (no start and flashers start blinking). Then I turn off the Security System. Then when I start the engine, the engine start and runs for a second or two then quits. I can try again and get the same results. Had to pull the TSSM and replace with the TSM to start the bike again. Your thoughts appreciated!
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For 2001 and up Harley Davidsons with TSSM Security Module, (key icon displays when key is turned to ignition position)

if your security light stays on for a prolonged period of time, if you have changed your battery or disconnected your battery when fitting components such as LED turns & if you have fitted LED turns without a load equalizer, you will need to reprogram your OEM Module.

text in red below step procedure is confirmation of action, always wait for confirmation before hitting the next step:


step # 1. move handle bar kill switch to off position

step # 2. turn your ignition key: on-off, on-off then on

step # 3. hit the left turn signal twice.
your turn signals and indicator light will flash 1 - 3 flashes

step # 4. hit the right turn signal once.
turn signals and indicator light will flash once.

step # 5. hit the right turn signal once.
turn and indicator signals will flash twice.

step # 6. hit right turn signal once.
turn and indicator signals will flash three times.

step # 7. hit left turn signal once.
turn and indicator signals flash to indicate error code
(see error code thread)


step # 8. to now clear codes, hit left turn signal and hold down for 6 seconds until confirmation.
turn and indicator signals flash twice.

step # 9. turn the ign switch to off


Thats it, TSSM is now reset and ready to roll
Great info, worked for me ....but at first few attempts ....no signal lights were working , nothing ...and no engine turn over at all , to go back in time a bit, i was riding down a smooth road and bike quit ....then no turn over ,no signals . checked all grounds ,wiring seemed good .The only thing i can think of is that the bike had about 15 min run time,and 2 miles on new piston and bore job . On re- assembly we bumped motor over many times with starter to set pushrods ,kill switch off to prevent ignition . just not sure why tssm had to be reset after i was riding .Thanks any info would great
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What is the difference to TSM and TSSM? Is one with security and the other not? Will this work for both or is there a different way to reset if you just have a TSM? I am new to this and having an issue. My issue is my rear blinker stays lit like a marker light however it will blink when I use my left blinker and after I turn off the blinker after a sec it comes back on like a marker light. The right side functions like it is suppose to it goes out and stays out. There are no run light modules on bike or any kind of alterations made from stock electric. I have looked for a bad ground but haven't found any. So I am wondering if it is my TSM or what.
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Default MAJOR WARNING ABOUT HARLEY SECURITY SYSTEM

If your HD has the Harley Security system.... requires a key fob to start, but can be bypassed by doing the code with the turn signals... PLEASE REMEMBER TO CHANGE IT FROM THE HD DEFAULT. Lots and lots of thieves know the default code and can start your bike. So change it as soon as you buy it!!!!! Word to the wise!
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If your HD has the Harley Security system.... requires a key fob to start, but can be bypassed by doing the code with the turn signals... PLEASE REMEMBER TO CHANGE IT FROM THE HD DEFAULT. Lots and lots of thieves know the default code and can start your bike. So change it as soon as you buy it!!!!! Word to the wise!
It's really not that criminals know the code so much as dealers are lazy and put a super simple one in that is easy to try several until you hit one that works. All 1's or 2's and such is just super easy and lazy. My bike was 5 years old and still had that simple code from the original selling dealer. Was the first thing I checked once I got it home.
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That was awesome. Thanks for the reset. I just bought a flooded auction 2002 FLHTC-I. I am not getting any spark from the plugs. I replaced the FOB battery and cleaned the FOB up (it had gotten wet cause of inside corrsion). Removed the plug and cleaned the terminals on the TSSM. I can get the TSSM to reset and it does not show any codes. The push button FOB will not cause the turn signals to flash. From what I read, the push button FOB is what causes it to go into the override code in the speedo. I have tried everything to bring up the five number code and it doesn't do any thing except show the trip mileage. Is there a way to reprogram the FOB. I hate to spend money at a dealer only to find out the FOB is bad. I had ordered a used FOB and TSSM from Ebay tonight. I would like to know if there is any hope for my existing FOB and TSSM. Any suggestions, please. Thanks - Dusty
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It's me again. I found out how to reprogram my FOBs. When I held down the button for the reprogrammed, the signal lights flashed twice. According to the directions, they both should have been programmed when they caused the signals to flash twice. I turned the ign to off and tried to arm. No success. No signal lights at all when I hit the button twice. I hit the button once and nothing. The security system is working because it programmed the FOBs. Still can not access the manual code entry and the FOBs will not cause the signal lights to work.
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so forgive me I am new to the forum and to being a Harley owner, I have been riding other brands for numerous years, however, just acquired a 2007 screaming eagle 110cc dyna chassis from my dad, I am a auto technician for to many years and still at it, the bike has been in the shop and has had numerous batteries and fobs programmed to it but it still loses communication with the ecm, have been reading posts for a while some recommend a tsm which I have done and "married" to the ecm, worked for about 2 days and lost program, relearned it and it only lasted about 20 foot down he driveway. anybody out there got any ideas for me? all appreciated
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Like a car that needs the ecm "reprogrammed", it will be cheaper and easier to find a place that specializes in "reprogramming", although in some cases a "Harley-Davidson laptop", from the Harley dealer, is required(good luck with that). Here's a link to a site with a lot of info: Harley ECM Password Learn | Harley Performance
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There is an ECM relay that see next to the ECM and Fuel pump fuse. You might want to replace it. I read on an earlier message that someone else had the same problem nad replacing the ECM relay fixed it. He messaged that he keeps an extra one now.
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ok i will look into that, thanks attempted the relearn 3 different times this past weekend and no luck yet. thanks again and i will post as i know something i appreciate the help
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well its been 3 weeks and after changing the system relay, the bike fired right up, did not have to re marry the ecu or anything, great info thanks a bunch, all systems working fantastic
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My 2013 Fatboy key fob quit working. I can enter my pin number to start my bike. If I follow the 9 steps will that reset my security system so the key fob will work again? I replaced the battery in the fob but that didn't do anything. Will doing the 9 steps erase my current pin number?
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Could not perform the 9 steps to reset on my 2013 Fatboy. Every time I turned the ignition on-off, it would ask to enter my pin number. No way I could get around that to start the reset process. Is there another way to fix my problem of the key fob not working? Thanks!
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Default If key fob lost or damaged while system is armed, you may have to replace the TSSM

If your Harley is equipped with a TSSM (Security), you will be able to enable and disable security alarm and immobilization functions with a remote, personally carried transmitter. This transmitter is referred to as a key FOB.

If your Harley key FOB is ever lost, damaged, or stolen, you can easily assign a new key FOB to your Harley. It is also possible to have two FOBs assigned at once. Bob demonstrates the assignment sequence in this video. The process is beyond simple. It is an excellent idea to have an extra FOB assigned for back up, but it is not completely necessary.

It is necessary, however, to assign your own personal pin number to your motorcycle. If a code is not assigned or recorded and the Harley key FOB is lost or damaged while the vehicle is armed, the TSSM must be replaced.

The TSSM code consists of five digits. Each digit can be any number from 1 to 9. The personal code must be used to disarm the security system in case the Harley key FOB becomes unavailable. Harley uses the same five digit pin for all TSSM equipped motorcycles. This pin must be changed upon ownership to a personal code. Harley’s initial pin code number is, 3-1-3-1-3.

How to enter an initial Pin
1- select a 5 digit number and record it. (Owner’s manual is a good place)
2- with an assigned FOB present, set engine stop switch to off.
3- cycle ignition, on-off-on-off-on
4- press left turn signal 2X
5- press right turn signal button 1X
6- enter first digit of pin # by pressing left turn signal button __X
7- press right turn signal button 1X
8- enter 2nd digit w/ left turn signal button.
9- press right turn signal 1X
10- enter 3rd digit (left switch)
11- press right
12- enter 4th (left switch)
13- press right
14- enter 5th digit (left switch)
15- press right
16- turn ignition off.

There are a number of TSSM settings that a rider has the option of setting different modes, or preferences.

There are four Harley alarm sensitivity settings:
Extremely Low, Low, Medium, or High.

The selection picked controls the sensitivity of the security system in regards to motion detection. The rider should choose the setting that best suits where the motorcycle is most frequently parked or stored.

For example: if the motorcycle is to be parked in an industrial area or near a busy street, it may be best to set the Harley alarm sensitivity to a lower setting to avoid annoying false alarms. The setting can be changed as many times and as often as desired.

Harley owners should also be aware of Auto-Arming Function and Storage Mode. Auto-Arming causes the system to automatically arm itself (no key FOB present) within 30 seconds after the ignition key is turned off. During this period, the security lamp stays on solid to indicate Auto-Arming is starting up. Motorcycles sold in North America have Auto-Arming disabled by default. However, the feature may be enabled if the owner desires.

Storage Mode is a special mode used for long term storage. This mode prevents the security system from draining the battery after a prolonged period of days (typically more than 30 days)without any activity.

Take the time to learn about your Harley Davidson. Whether by using your manual, reading online information, or directly talking to somebody at the dealership. There are changes you can make to your settings that you may not know existed.

Hopefully, you can just get another key fob and program a pin number. However, i suspect you are going to need a new TSSM, see this article: Completely Disabling Buttonless Fob Security Systems ('07 up).

For those of you do-it-yourselfers out there (like me) who don't want to have to make the trip to the dealer every time they want something done, let me relate my experience with removing the TSSM non-pushbutton security system on my '08 Ultra. This may work for other bikes, but I'm not a factory mechanic - so I can only confirm that this will work on '07 and later touring. One of the advantages of doing this yourself is that you can keep your original module (along with a printout of this post) and re-install it at any time without another trip to the dealer, or if the bike's new owner wants a security system.
The factory security system is contained within the Turn Signal Module (TSM), which becomes a Turn Signal Security Module (TSSM) when it is so equipped. If you are disabling the TSSM (do NOT want a security system on your bike) then you have a TSSM installed now, HD p/n 68924-07. This is a roughly cone-shaped device in a black plastic case, mounted vertically under the seat and to the right (starboard) side. Mine was held down with a silver metal clip. The first thing we need to do is replace this item with a NON-security equipped TSM.
So before you go hunting for the TSSM on your bike and removing it, buy the part you're going to replace it with - in this case, HD p/n 68920-07. They are $114 new from Harley, but I found many on eBay and bought one for $24.95 including shipping to my door. You will also need (highly recommended) a 2 amp (or so) motorcycle battery charger to complete the job safely.
Okay - now, we have everything we need to do the job completely. Find the TSSM under the seat of your bike, remove the clip, and lift it out. There will be TWO connectors plugged in to it; remove both. Note that one of the plugs is larger than the other - this is the input, ECM, and turn signal connector - we will use this again. The smaller plug is the output for pager and siren - tape that one up to protect it and set it aside for now. Plug the larger plug into your new TSM, and slide the assembly back into place, carefully storing the loose connector where it won't rattle or take too much wear.
Whoa. That's it?
Nope. If you try to start your bike at this point, it will rumble and die, and you'll be cursing me for life. The bike knows that the security system has been compromised, and is trying to protect you, the owner. Getting it to feel all warm and fuzzy about its new body parts takes another half an hour - which kind of discourages the swap-out-and-quick-getaway-routine by a more unscrupulous rider who just happens to be enamored with your new paint job.
In the next step, we're going to have the bike's ignition (and lighting) on for more than half an hour, so here's the part where we plug in a 2 amp battery charger to keep things live. With the battery charger hooked up, perform the following:
1. Be sure the ignition has been OFF for 15 seconds or more before starting the procedure.
2. Set Run/Off switch to RUN.
3. Turn ignition key on, do not start. Verify that the Check Engine Light and Security Light come on, and wait for them to go out.
4. Attempt a normal start with the Start button. Engine should come to life and then die. The Check Engine Light should light up and stay on.
5. Wait ten seconds. The Security Light now comes on. The ECM has now entered communication mode with the TSM for the next ten minutes. Look at your watch and do something else for the next ten minutes, but don't shut off the bike, let the battery die, flip any switches, or unplug anything electrical. Just polish the fenders or something.
6. In ten minutes, the security light will turn off. Within 15 seconds, turn the ignition key Off and back On. This Off-On motion should be crisp, completed in two seconds or less. The Security Light comes back on, and you have another ten minute wait.
7. When the Security light goes out again, repeat step six.
8. When the Security Light goes out this time, do the Off-On thing, then when the Security Light comes back on again, shut the ignition OFF. Wait at least 15 seconds, during which time you should be (carefully) unplugging your battery charger (unplug from the wall outlet, then from the bike, right...?).
9. With 15 seconds or more gone by, turn your ignition on, confirm the Run button, confirm neutral, and start your bike. You've created a happy marriage between your ECM and the new TSM, and you no longer have to worry about having a key fob or memorizing a security code. Now you can just worry about someone riding off with your bike whilst you're suckin down a brew in the local pub - use the fork lock!
If you're like me, you'll never remember all this two years from now when you're selling your bike, so print this out, take the battery out of your key fob, and put the fob, TSSM, and this paper in a ziplock bag and store it wherever you would go to look for it two years from now. Happy riding!

i found one on eBay, however it's $89.95!: http://www.ebay.com/itm/2007-2013-Ha...1YzDcc&vxp=mtr
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Hi, I have read & tried 3/4 of these sequences to try & receive the DTC Codes that may be affecting my Bikes performance,My ride is a 02 Dyna FXDX,,
The only codes that show up are the 1 to 10 codes that show clr=clear,then PPU...? Then
the 5 digit Pin Code,which I cant seem to change. My Speedo needle doesn't do a
"Sweep" but sounds like it does,
Could it be that my Bikes TSM/TSSM has been completely refigured??
When I turn the Ignition on I have to Press the FOB 2X Before the bike will start,also if I press on the Fob say 1x long or 1x short Indicators Flash but sometimes the Bike wont start.So I have to keep pressing until I can start it.
Sorry to go on but its doing my head in,,ANY Solutions Ideas most welcome
PS I had a Quote from my local HD Dealer to have a "look" at the Tuning/Settings & it was.........1500=2000 €....That's way to high,,its a Months Pension & Salary...

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Hi, I have read & tried 3/4 of these sequences to try & receive the DTC Codes that may be affecting my Bikes performance,My ride is a 02 Dyna FXDX,,
The only codes that show up are the 1 to 10 codes that show clr=clear,then PPU...? Then
the 5 digit Pin Code,which I cant seem to change. My Speedo needle doesn't do a
"Sweep" but sounds like it does,
Could it be that my Bikes TSM/TSSM has been completely refigured??
When I turn the Ignition on I have to Press the FOB 2X Before the bike will start,also if I press on the Fob say 1x long or 1x short Indicators Flash but sometimes the Bike wont start.So I have to keep pressing until I can start it.
Sorry to go on but its doing my head in,,ANY Solutions Ideas most welcome
PS I had a Quote from my local HD Dealer to have a "look" at the Tuning/Settings & it was.........1500=2000 Ä....That's way to high,,its a Months Pension & Salary...
wow! didn't know the dealer was that high; maybe look for a TSM without the security feature, on eBay?
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Hi,,As my previous post says,im having probs with my TSSM on my 02 Dyna FXDX.
I have tried most of the suggestions on the web/Forums & still cannot get it to perform like they say,,,ANYBODY OUT THER GOT ANYMORE IDEAS Or will I have to give in & take it to a Stealer:

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