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techtalk:evo:elec03 [2020/01/07 19:21]
ixl2relax [Turn Signal Basic Functions]
techtalk:evo:elec03 [2020/06/03 16:41] (current)
ixl2relax [Turn Signal/Security Module (TSSM) and Siren]
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 Beginning in 2004, the Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) feeds its pulses to the ECM (not directly to the speedometer). The ECM interprets the pulses and sends a digital stream of data, using the Serial Data Bus, to the speedometer & the TSM/TSSM related to the operating speed. The speedometer takes the SDB data and converts it to the necessary impulses to operate the dial needle to show the current speed. The TSM/TSSM uses the data in evaluating when to cancel the turn signal function. Beginning in 2004, the Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) feeds its pulses to the ECM (not directly to the speedometer). The ECM interprets the pulses and sends a digital stream of data, using the Serial Data Bus, to the speedometer & the TSM/TSSM related to the operating speed. The speedometer takes the SDB data and converts it to the necessary impulses to operate the dial needle to show the current speed. The TSM/TSSM uses the data in evaluating when to cancel the turn signal function.
  
-The Speedometer '​marries'​ to the ECM (when new after 30+ miles) and thereby ​prevents ​the speedometer from being moved to another bike or another already-used speedometer being placed on this bike. This is related to preventing turn-back of the mileage reported on the odometer. The odometer information is stored in the speedometer ​and/or the ECM - Conflicting information - Research continues. ((Speedo-barrygreen ​at XLForum threadid=1434026))((ECM-HandOverFist ​at XLForum threadid=1526835 Post#222))+The Speedometer '​marries'​ to the ECM (when new after 30+ miles) and thereby ​may prevent ​the speedometer from being moved to another bike or another already-used speedometer being placed on this bike. This is related to preventing turn-back of the mileage reported on the odometer. The odometer information is stored in the speedometer. ((Speedo-barrygreen ​http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=1434026))((ECM-HandOverFist ​http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=1526835 Post#222))
  
 See also http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showpost.php?​p=5342448 See also http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showpost.php?​p=5342448
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-The Speedometer '​marries'​ to the ECM (when new after 30+ miles) and thereby prevents ​the speedometer from being moved to another bike or another already-used speedometer being placed on this bike. This is related to preventing turn-back of the mileage reported on the odometer. The odometer information is stored in the ECM. ((Modphiss ​at XLForum threadid=1434026))+The Speedometer '​marries'​ to the ECM (when new after 30+ miles) and may prevent ​the speedometer from being moved to another bike or another already-used speedometer being placed on this bike. This is related to preventing turn-back of the mileage reported on the odometer. The odometer information is stored in the ECM and updates the speedometer information if another speedometer unit is installed. ((Modphiss ​http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=1434026))
  
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 **<font 18px/Arial, , ;;#​000000;;#​6FDFFF>​_Harness Connector_</​font>​ - 1994-2003 Sportster - For Electronic Speedometer/​Tachometer/​Indicator Lights**\\ **<font 18px/Arial, , ;;#​000000;;#​6FDFFF>​_Harness Connector_</​font>​ - 1994-2003 Sportster - For Electronic Speedometer/​Tachometer/​Indicator Lights**\\
-(These pinouts relate to Connector 20A/B between the instrument harness and the Main harness - **not the connector ​at the instrument**.)\\+(These pinouts relate to Connector 20A/B on the Main Harness. This connector is **NOT at the Speedometer/​Tachometer** instrument.)\\
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 {{:​techtalk:​evo:​elec:​98-anomaly-speedo-tach-indicator-harness-connector.jpg|}}((Illustration created by IXL2Relax at the XLForum))\\ {{:​techtalk:​evo:​elec:​98-anomaly-speedo-tach-indicator-harness-connector.jpg|}}((Illustration created by IXL2Relax at the XLForum))\\
  
-Connector 20A/B at Main Harness ​Pin numbers 1 thru 12 (& their functions) are the same for both the 12- & 14-Pin Black Connectors.\\ +Connector 20A/B (Main HarnessPin numbers 1 thru 12 (& their functions) are the same for both the 12- & 14-Pin Black Connectors.\\ 
-The extra pins were added in 1998 to accomodate the 1200S model Engine Light.\\ +The extra pins were added in 1998 to accomodate the 1200S model Engine Light. In later years, the connector reverted back to the 12-pin version.\\ 
-In later years, the connector reverted back to the 12-pin version.\\+(ONLY 1998 had the 14-pin Harness Connector (all models that year used the 14-pin connector even though only the 1998 Sport model used the extra pins) - all other '​94-'​03 model years (except 1998) used the 12-pin Harness Connector.) 
 ^  Connector 20A/B on Main Harness ​ ||||| ^  Connector 20A/B on Main Harness ​ |||||
 |  All Models (See 1200S Exceptions) ​ ||||  1200S Only  | |  All Models (See 1200S Exceptions) ​ ||||  1200S Only  |
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 |  4 |  I-I  |  W  | High Beam Indicator || |  4 |  I-I  |  W  | High Beam Indicator ||
 |  5 |  I-I  |  V  | Left TS Indicator || |  5 |  I-I  |  V  | Left TS Indicator ||
-|  6 |  T-I  |  O  | Tach Power ||+|  6 |  T-I  |  O  | Power for Oil & Neutral Indicator + For Tach ||
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 |  7 |  T-I  |  PK  | Tach Signal from Coil || |  7 |  T-I  |  PK  | Tach Signal from Coil ||
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-==== Analog ​Dual-fire Tach on 2004-2007 Sportster with OEM Digital Speedometer ​====+==== Getting A Trigger Signal for Dual-fire Tach on 2004-2013 Sportsters ​====
  
-Here is the info needed to get an RPM signal for most Analog Dual-fire Tachometers on +The 2004-later stock instruments communicate with the ECM using the serial data bus or CANbus. Their ignition systems use single-fire modules & coils. However, aftermarket & HD-offered accessory tachometers are designed to operate with dual-fire ignition systems.
-the 2004-2007 Sportsters from your OEM Digital-input Speedometer:​+
  
-(Only the 2007 model wiring diagram shows Pin#3 as the Tach Output.)\\ +In order to use a dual-fire tachometer on those models you must obtain an appropriate dual-fire trigger signal. This became available on the 2007 model Sportster speedometers (4"). It is unknown ​if the 2004-06 speedometers ​have this undocumented signal, but the '​07-later ​speedometers ​are backward compatible to 2004.
-(**It is unknown ​whether 2008-2013 models ​have speedometers with the needed signal.**)\\ +
-(The Speedo model# also changed in 2014 and those speedometers ​may not provide this signal.)+
  
-**Summary: ​The OEM Speedo provides a valid Tach Signal OUTPUT on the #3 pin of the\\ +The 2007 model wiring diagram shows Pin#3 as the Tach Output from the speedometer, ​but that is not shown on later diagrams. (**It is believed that 2008-2013 models also have speedometers ​with this needed signal.**) The Speedometer model# changed in 2014 and those speedometers may or may not provide this signal.
-Speedometer Connector ​but does not come stock with a wire connected there.**((Finally indicated on the '07 wiring diagram even though it was functionally there from 2004+))+
  
-**This is Pin #3 of the OEM Speedometer.**\\+**Summary: The OEM Speedometer can provide a valid dual-fire Tach Signal OUTPUT on Pin #3 of the Speedometer,​ but there is no wire in that position on the stock Speedometer Connector.** 
 + 
 +**The reference here is to Pin #3 of the OEM Speedometer.**\\
  -- It is NOT part of the Serial Data Bus which is on Pin2.\\  -- It is NOT part of the Serial Data Bus which is on Pin2.\\
  -- It is NOT using the VSS signal to drive the tachometer.\\  -- It is NOT using the VSS signal to drive the tachometer.\\
  
-  ​Quote:+Quote:
   http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showpost.php?​p=4380106&​postcount=7   http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showpost.php?​p=4380106&​postcount=7
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   PINK LEAD CONNECTION TO TACHOMETER SIGNAL SOURCE For ALL OTHER models   PINK LEAD CONNECTION TO TACHOMETER SIGNAL SOURCE For ALL OTHER models
-  (This means 2004-later for Sportsters)+  (This means 2007-later for Sportster Speedometers)
   The tachometer signal source is the #3 cavity in the connector [39B] on   The tachometer signal source is the #3 cavity in the connector [39B] on
   the back of the speedometer. Insert the socket terminal on the pink (PK)   the back of the speedometer. Insert the socket terminal on the pink (PK)
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-Pin #3 on OEM Speedo is Tach Signal Out. P/N for needed female socket in connector [39B] is 74196-04 ((http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showpost.php?​p=4500234&​postcount=17))+Pin #3 on OEM Speedo is Tach Signal Out. You need to supply the needed wire & connector for this Pin #3 - P/N for needed female socket in connector [39B] is 74196-04 ((http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showpost.php?​p=4500234&​postcount=17))
  
 Rather than buying your own female connector and crimp tool, you might want to go to your local HD shop and ask them to create a short wire for you (about 6") and use their crimping tool to afix the proper female connector onto the end. Rather than buying your own female connector and crimp tool, you might want to go to your local HD shop and ask them to create a short wire for you (about 6") and use their crimping tool to afix the proper female connector onto the end.
  
-Then, when you get home, release the Blue Locking Bar on connector 39B +Then, when you get home, release the Blue Locking Bar on connector 39B (at the Speedometer) and slide the short wire into the socket at location #3 and relock the bar in place. This will then give you a short pigtail onto which you can connect your Tachometer signal wire.\\
-(at the Speedometer) and slide the short wire into the socket at location #3 +
-and relock the bar in place. This will then give you a short pigtail onto which +
-you can connect your Tachometer signal wire.\\+
 ((http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=1954653)) ((http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=1954653))
  
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 **( [[http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showpost.php?​p=5466769&​postcount=32|Reference for Turn Signal Switches - Part Numbers for all years]] )**\\ **( [[http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showpost.php?​p=5466769&​postcount=32|Reference for Turn Signal Switches - Part Numbers for all years]] )**\\
  
-===== Turn Signal/​Security Module ​TSSM =====+===== Turn Signal/​Security Module ​(TSSM) and Siren ===== 
 + 
 +There are several options available for replacing the Turn Signal Module (TSM) in order to extend the functionality to include security features. 
 + 
 +The second version is the Turn Signal Security Module (TSSM) which incorporates a Radio Frequency (RF) receiver. This module replaces the TSM and provides a FOB with a button that can be pressed to activate or disable the security features. The system also allows selecting auto arming or to enter a PIN number should the FOB not be available. The security function can disable the starting circuit, flash the turn signals and sound an optional alarm if someone tampers with the ignition or moves the motorcycle. 
 + 
 +The third version is the Hands Free Security Module (HFSM) with an RF receiver. This module replaces the TSM and provides a button-less FOB.  When in proximity of the bike, the FOB allows automatic arming and disarming of the security features. The system also allows use of a PIN number should the FOB not be available. 
 + 
 +Be sure to replace the battery (CR2032 3 Volt Lithium Coin Cell) in the FOB to keep it working.  
 + 
 +There are additional add-on options with variations of the HD Smart Security System (H-DSSS) which enhances some functions:​ 
 +  * Smart Siren 
 +  * Security Pager 
 +  * Smart Siren II 
 +  * Security Pager Receiver II 
 + 
 +**NOTE:** All devices that use Radio Frequency (RF) signals to function have susceptibility to signal overload from unintended RF sources of signals from other electronic or electrical devices in close proximity to them. The security functions may not work or have difficulty responding to the FOB in locations with high RF signals from other sources. Moving the bike to a different location may allow proper functioning,​ but distance may vary from 10-100 feet depending on the source of interference. Like many other devices, the FOB uses 433.92Mhz for communications.((SwissXL at http://​xlforum.net/​forums/​showthread.php?​t=2076848))
  
  
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-**Security Siren**\\ +**Programming the FOB**\\ 
-The security siren is a self-contained unitIt has its own power supply, a 9-V rechargeable batteryIt is mounted near the rear brake master cylinder below the swingarm.+Only the TSSM FOB is user programmable. ​The procedure for programming the FOB is [[https://​serviceinfo.harley-davidson.com/​sip/​service/​procedure/​58666/​PDF/​276d870a-3d79-4641-b72c-8242addd47cb/​en_US|HERE]] and may also be in your manualOnce started, ​the programming sequence will erase the setting of previous FOBs. It will allow two FOBs to be programmed for use, but both must be programmed during ​the same programming process.
  
-Not needing frequent replacement, ​the battery lifeunder normal conditions, is approximately three to six years. The siren battery may not charge if the vehicle’battery is less than 12.5 volts. Only nickel metal hydride ​(Ni-MHnine-volt battery ​should ​be used in the siren. The current stock part number ​is 69309-10 (about $16 - supercedes previous P/N). It is VARTA brand, P/N V7/8H (Type 5622) battery ​with these specs: 8.4v, 150mah, charging rate of 15h @ 15ma. These batteries will discharge relatively quickly ​ when the bike is parked, being mostly depleted within a few months of storage at room temperature.+The procedure for entering a PIN (Personal Entry Code) should be in your manual. 
 + 
 +The HFSM FOB has no button on it and requires that it be programmed at a dealer with the Digital Technician software. To have them programmedin addition ​to having ​the FOB(s), you will need to supply ​chosen PIN and the FOB S/N(swhich should ​have been stickered to the FOB(s) when new. 
 + 
 + 
 +**Security Siren**\\ 
 +The security siren is a self-contained unit. It has its own power supply, ​9-V rechargeable ​battery. ​It is mounted near the rear brake master cylinder under the bike.
  
 If the siren does not chirp on a valid arming command from the TSSM, the siren is either not connected, not working, or the siren wiring was opened or shorted while the siren was disarmed. If the siren does not chirp on a valid arming command from the TSSM, the siren is either not connected, not working, or the siren wiring was opened or shorted while the siren was disarmed.
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 When the TSSM has been armed and a security event occurs, the alarm cycle is activated, causing the siren to sound and the turn signal lamps to flash. When the TSSM has been armed and a security event occurs, the alarm cycle is activated, causing the siren to sound and the turn signal lamps to flash.
 +
 +Not needing frequent replacement,​ the battery life, under normal conditions, is approximately three to six years. The siren battery may not charge if the vehicle’s battery is less than 12.5 volts. Only a nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) nine-volt battery should be used in the siren. The current stock part number is 69309-10 (about $16 - supercedes previous P/N). It is a VARTA brand, P/N V7/8H (Type 5622) battery with these specs: 8.4v, 150mah, charging rate of 15h @ 15ma. These batteries will discharge relatively quickly ​ when the bike is parked, being mostly depleted within a few months of storage at room temperature.
 +
 +**Siren Intallation Note:** In this >​[[https://​serviceinfo.harley-davidson.com/​sip/​service/​document/​118167?​locale=en_US|Siren Install Guide]], there are two different extension cables mentioned. These cables reach from the stock harness connector by the electrical panel and battery (the connector is located in the same place on all 2004-later models) to below the bike where the siren will be mounted. **These cables are not represented on the electrical schematics.**
 +
 +For 2004-05 models, use a conversion/​extension cable, 91702-04. On these models, the stock electrical harness connector for the siren is a 3-pin Deutsch connector, triangular in shape. This extension cable has the 3-pin triangular harness connector on one end and connects to the siren which uses an oval, 3-pin, Delphi Packard connector.
 +
 +For 2006-later models, use the extension cable, 91734-06. On these models, the stock electrical harness connector for the siren is an oval, 3-pin, Delphi Packard connector that matches with the connector on the siren. So this cable is a simple, true extension cable, with mating siren connectors on the ends.