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EFI DIAGNOSTIC INTRODUCTION 4.3

SYSTEM PROBLEMS x0691x4x

All system problems fall into at least one of three general cat-
egories.

No Start
The engine cranks over freely, but will not start. This does not
include situations where the engine will not crank, such as a
security disabled starter, dead battery, etc. This condition
assumes that all obvious checks (fuel in tank, etc.) have been
made.

Poor Performance
The engine starts but there are performance problems. These
problems may include poor fuel economy, rough idle, engine
misfire, engine hesitation, severe spark knock, etc.

Check Engine Lamp


See Figure 4-3. The check engine lamp indicates the Elec-
Figure 4-3. Check Engine Lamp
tronic Control Module (ECM) has determined a fault condition
exists. There may also be starting or performance problems.
NOTE
Although the sixth gear indicator lamp (located in the speed-
RESOLVING PROBLEMS ometer face) serves no purpose on Sportster models, it does
illuminate when performing the “WOW” test (for a description
To resolve system problems, five basic steps are involved. In of this test, see 2.3 SPEEDOMETER SELF DIAGNOSTICS).
order of occurrence, they are:
1. Check for diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) by using
speedometer self diagnostics. See 4.4 CHECKING FOR
DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES: EFI.
2. Retrieve diagnostic trouble codes by using speedometer
self diagnostics. See 4.6 SPEEDOMETER SELF DIAG-
NOSTICS.
3. Diagnose system problems. This involves using special
tools and the diagnostic flow charts in this section.
4. Correct problems through the replacement and/or repair
of the affected components.
5. After repairs are performed, the work must be validated.
This involves clearing the trouble codes and confirming
proper vehicle operation as indicated by the lack of diag-
nostic trouble codes.

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CHECKING FOR DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES: EFI 4.4

CHECK ENGINE LAMP x0689x4x 2


3
To diagnose system problems, start by observing the behav-
ior of the check engine lamp. 1 ACC. IG
F NI
NOTES OF TI
O
N
● See Figure 4-4. “Key ON” means that the ignition key is
turned to IGNITION and the engine stop switch is set to
RUN (although the engine is not running).
● When the ignition key is turned ON, the check engine
lamp will illuminate for approximately four seconds and
then turn off.
● If the check engine lamp is not illuminated at Key ON or if 1. Ignition OFF
it fails to turn OFF after the initial four second period, 2. Accessory (ACC) ON
then see 4.6 SPEEDOMETER SELF DIAGNOSTICS. 3. Ignition ON
● If the check engine lamp comes on late (after 20 sec-
Figure 4-4. Ignition Switch
onds), the problem is likely a serial data bus failure. Test
for diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) using speedometer 2. See CODE TYPES which follows for a complete descrip-
self diagnostics. See 4.6 SPEEDOMETER SELF DIAG- tion of DTC formats.
NOSTICS.
NOTE
1. See Figure 4-5. After lamp turns off after being illumi- Some trouble codes can only be fully diagnosed during actu-
nated for the first four second period, one of three situa- ation. For example, a problem with the ignition coil will be
tions may occur. considered a current fault even after the problem is corrected,
a. The lamp remains off. This indicates there are no since the ECM will not know of its resolution until after the coil
current fault conditions or stored DTCs currently is exercised by vehicle start sequence. In this manner, there
detected by the Electronic Control Module (ECM). may sometimes be a false indication of the current trouble
b. The lamp stays off for only four seconds and then code.
comes back on for an eight second period. This indi-
cates a code is stored, but no current DTC exists.
c. If the lamp remains on beyond the eight second
period, then a current trouble code exists.

ON 4 Sec.

A Lamp OFF: No Current or Historic DTCs


OFF
Key ON

Lamp ON 8 Seconds:
Only Historic DTCs Exist
ON 4 Sec. 8 Sec.

B Lamp OFF
OFF 4 Sec.
Key ON

Lamp Remains ON: Current DTC *


ON 4 Sec.

C
OFF 4 Sec.
Key ON * Historic DTCs May Also Exist

Figure 4-5. Check Engine Lamp Operation

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CODE TYPES RETRIEVING DIAGNOSTIC


There are two types of diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs): cur-
TROUBLE CODES
rent and historic. If a DTC is stored, it can be read using
either a computer based diagnostic package called DIGITAL The engine management system provides two levels of diag-
TECHNICIAN (Part No. HD-44750) or speedometer self diag- nostics.
nostics. See 4.6 SPEEDOMETER SELF DIAGNOSTICS. ● The most sophisticated mode employs a computer
NOTES based diagnostic package called DIGITAL TECHNICIAN
(Part No. HD-44750).
● To differentiate between current and historic diagnostic
trouble codes a computer based diagnostic package ● The second mode requires using the speedometer self
called DIGITAL TECHNICIAN (Part No. HD-44750) must diagnostics. speedometer, tachometer (if equipped),
be employed. TSM/TSSM/HFSM and ECM DTCs can be accessed
and cleared. See 4.6 SPEEDOMETER SELF DIAGNOS-
● All DTCs reside in the memory of the ECM, TSM/TSSM/
TICS.
HFSM, speedometer or tachometer until the DTC is
cleared by use of the speedometer self diagnostics. See Use of speedometer self diagnostics assumes that Digital
4.6 SPEEDOMETER SELF DIAGNOSTICS. Technician is not available.

● A historic DTC is also cleared after a total of 50 trips has


elapsed. A trip consists of a start and run cycle. After the MULTIPLE DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE
50 trip retention period, the DTC is automatically erased
from memory providing that no subsequent faults of the CODES
same type are detected in that period.
While it is possible for more than one fault to occur and set
Current more than one DTC, there are several conditions which may
result in one fault setting multiple DTCs:
Current DTCs are those which are present during the current
ignition cycle. See the appropriate flow charts for solutions. Serial data DTCs (U1016, U1064, U1097, U1255, U1300 and
U1301) may be accompanied by other DTCs. Always correct
Historic the serial data DTCs before resolving the other DTCs.

If a particular problem happens to resolve itself, the active Refer to Table 4-5. This table gives most ECM DTCs a priority
status problem is dropped and it becomes a historic DTC ranking.
rather than a current DTC.
Historic DTCs can only be retrieved using a computer based
diagnostic package called DIGITAL TECHNICIAN (Part No.
HD-44750).
Historic DTCs are stored for 50 ignition cycles after any DTC
was last set as current to assist in the diagnosis of intermit-
tent faults. On the 50th cycle, the DTC will clear itself. The
check engine lamp will not indicate the existence of only his-
toric DTCs.
It is important to note that historic DTCs will exist whenever
the system indicates the existence of a current fault. See
MULTIPLE DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES if multiple
DTCs are found.
Diagnostic charts are designed for use with current DTCs and
as a result they frequently suggest part replacement. When
diagnosing a historic DTC the charts can be helpful but
should not lead to part replacement without verification the
part is faulty.

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INITIAL DIAGNOSTIC CHECK: EFI 4.5

GENERAL INITIAL DIAGNOSTICS


To locate faulty circuits or other system problems, follow the
diagnostic flow charts in this section. For a systematic General Information
approach, always begin with INITIAL DIAGNOSTICS which
The diagnostic check (see page 4-13) is an organized
follows. Read the general information and then work your way
approach to identifying a problem caused by an electronic
through the flow chart box by box.
control system malfunction.
Diagnostic Notes
Diagnostic Tips
If a numbered circle appears adjacent to a flow chart box,
● If Speedometer reads “BUS Er” with the ignition key
then more information is offered in the diagnostic notes. Many
diagnostic notes contain supplemental information, descrip- turned ON (engine stop switch at RUN with the engine
tions of various diagnostic tools or references to other parts off), check data bus for an open or short to ground.
of the manual where information on the location and removal between data link connector [91A] terminal 3 and ECM
of components may be obtained. connector [78B] terminal 5, TSM/TSSM/HFSM connector
[30B] terminal 3, speedometer connector [39B] terminal
Circuit Diagram/Wire Harness 2 or tachometer (if equipped) connector [108B] terminal
2.
Connector Table
● Check for an open data test terminal between data link
When working through a flow chart, refer to the illustrations, connector [91A] terminal 3 and TSM/TSSM/HFSM con-
the associated circuit diagram and the wire harness connec- nector [30B] terminal 3. With ignition key turned ON,
tor table as necessary. The wire harness connector table for serial data bus voltage should be typically 0.6-0.8 volts.
each circuit diagram identifies the connector number, descrip- The range of acceptable voltage is 0-7.0 volts.
tion, type and general location.
● To identify intermittents, wiggle instrument and/or vehicle
In order to perform most diagnostic routines, a Breakout Box harness while performing steps in the Diagnostic Check
and a digital volt/ohmmeter (DVOM) are required. See 4.7 charts.
BREAKOUT BOX: EFI.
To perform the circuit checks with any degree of efficiency, a Diagnostic Notes
familiarity with the various wire connectors is also necessary. The reference numbers below correlate with the circled num-
bers on the diagnostic check flow charts. See page 4-13.
Reprogramming ECM
1. Compare engine behavior to symptoms tables.
Diagnostic charts frequently suggest ECM replacement. In
the event an Electronic Control Module (ECM) needs to be a. Starts hard. Refer to Table 4-2.
replaced, it must be reprogrammed using a computer based b. Hesitates, stumbles, surges, misfires and/or slug-
diagnostic package called DIGITAL TECHNICIAN (Part No. gish performance. Refer to Table 4-3.
HD-44750). See your dealer. Password learn procedure must c. Engine exhaust emits black smoke or fouls plugs.
also be performed. See 3.25 TSM/HFSM: PASSWORD Refer to Table 4-4.
LEARN.
2. Connect BREAKOUT BOX (Part No. HD-42682) and
INSTRUMENT HARNESS ADAPTERS (Part No. HD-
46601) between wire harness and speedometer. See 2.5
BREAKOUT BOX: SPEEDOMETER/TACHOMETER
All EFI diagnostic codes are listed on page 4-10 in Table 4-5.

Other Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs)


See 3.10 INITIAL DIAGNOSTIC CHECK:TSM/HFSM for any
codes related to the turn signal module (TSM), turn signal
security module (TSSM) or Hands Free Security Module
(HFSM).
See 2.2 INITIAL DIAGNOSTIC CHECK: SPEEDOMETER for
any codes related to the speedometer or tachometer.

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Table 4-1. Typical Scan Values for Table 4-2. Engine Starts Hard
Engine Data
CAUSE SOLUTION
MIN. MAX. HOT
ITEM See charging system trouble-
VALUE VALUE IDLE Battery discharged
shooting in this section.
10.3-13.3 in. Hg 4.17 MISFIRE AT IDLE OR
MAP 10 kPa 104 kPa
35-45 kPa Spark plugs
sensor UNDER LOAD.
TMAP 0 Volts 5.1 Volts
4.17 MISFIRE AT IDLE OR
sensor Spark plug wires
3° F 248° F 104-140° F UNDER LOAD.
IAT (-16° C) (120° C) (40-60° C)
sensor 4.17 MISFIRE AT IDLE OR
Ignition coil
0.0 Volts 5.0 Volts 2.0-3.5 Volts UNDER LOAD.
0 100 0% See Section 3 in the SPORT-
TP sensor Valve sticking STER MODELS SERVICE
0.2 Volts 4.5 Volts 0.2-1.0 Volts
MANUAL.
IAC pintle 0 155 20-50 steps
Water or dirt in fuel system Drain and refill with fresh fuel.
RPM 800 5600 1000
Loss of battery power to
3° F 464° F 230-300° F 4.11 NO ECM POWER
ECM terminal 31*
ET sensor (-16° C) (240° C) (110-150° C)
0.0 Volts 5.0 Volts 0.5-1.5 Volts * Diagnostic trouble codes will not clear (although they
appear to).
INJ PW front 0 50 ms 2-4 ms
INJ PW rear 0 50 ms 2-4 ms
Advance front 0 50° 10-15°
Advance rear 0 50° 10-15°
VSS 0 120 0 MPH
Battery voltage 10 15 13.4 Volts
ENG RUN off Run Run
Idle RPM 800 1250 1000

NOTE
Hot idle specifications are with stock exhaust, the engine
operating at 1000 RPM and an engine temperature of approx-
imately 260° F (127° C). Idle settings may be changed with
the idle set procedure. See the SPORTSTER MODELS SER-
VICE MANUAL.

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Table 4-3. Engine Performance Problems Table 4-4. Engine Exhaust Emits
Black Smoke or Fouls Plugs
CAUSE SOLUTION
CAUSE SOLUTION
Manifold leak
See 4.9 INTAKE LEAK See AIR CLEANER FILTER
NOTE- When manifold leak TEST. Clogged air filter in the SPORTSTER MOD-
is large enough, IAC will A low IAC count may also ELS SERVICE MANUAL.
close to 0 and code P0505 indicate an air leak. TMAP sensor plugged or not 4.18 DTC P0107, P0108,
will set operating properly P0112, P0113.
TMAP sensor plugged or not 4.18 DTC P0107, P0108,
operating properly P0112, P0113.
Drain and refill with fresh
Water or dirt in fuel system
fuel.
4.17 MISFIRE AT IDLE OR
Spark plugs
UNDER LOAD.
See throttle cable adjust-
Throttle plate not opening ment in the SPORTSTER
fully MODELS SERVICE MAN-
UAL.
4.15 FUEL PRESSURE
Low fuel pressure
TEST.

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Table 4-5. EFI Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC) and Fault Conditions
RANKING DTC FAULT CONDITION SOLUTION
1 P0605 ECM flash error 4.26 DTC P0603, P0605
2 P0603 ECM EEPROM error 4.26 DTC P0603, P0605
3 “BUS Er” Serial data bus shorted low/open/high 4.12 STARTS, THEN STALLS
4 U1300 ECM serial data low 4.12 STARTS, THEN STALLS
5 U1301 ECM serial data open/high 4.12 STARTS, THEN STALLS
6 U1300 TSM/TSSM/HFSM serial data low 4.12 STARTS, THEN STALLS
7 U1301 TSM/TSSM/HFSM serial data open/high 4.12 STARTS, THEN STALLS
8 U1300 speedometer/tachometer serial data low 4.12 STARTS, THEN STALLS
9 U1301 speedometer/tachometer serial data open/high 4.12 STARTS, THEN STALLS
10 U1064 Loss of TSM/TSSM/HFSM serial data at ECM 4.29 DTC U1064, U1255
Loss of TSM/TSSM/HFSM serial data at
11 U1064 4.29 DTC U1064, U1255
speedometer
Loss of all ECM serial data (state of health) at
3.23 DTC U1016, U1255
TSM/TSSM/HFSM
Loss of all ECM serial data (state of health) at
3.23 DTC U1016, U1255
12 U1016 speedometer
Loss of vehicle speed 3.23 DTC U1016, U1255
Loss of vehicle inhibit motion 3.23 DTC U1016, U1255
Loss of powertrain security status 3.23 DTC U1016, U1255
Loss of speedometer serial data at TSM/
13 U1097 4.30 DTC U1097, U1255
TSSM/HFSM
14 U1255 Missing response at TSM/TSSM/HFSM 3.23 DTC U1016, U1255
15 U1255 Missing response at speedometer 4.30 DTC U1097, U1255
16 P1003 System relay contacts open 4.14 SYSTEM RELAY CHECK
17 P1002 System relay coil high/shorted 4.14 SYSTEM RELAY CHECK
18 P1001 System relay coil open/low 4.14 SYSTEM RELAY CHECK
19 P1004 System relay contacts closed 4.14 SYSTEM RELAY CHECK
20 P1009 Incorrect password 4.27 DTC P1009, P1010
21 P1010 Missing password (starts then stalls) 4.27 DTC P1009, P1010
22 P0373 CKP sensor intermittent 4.23 DTC P0373, P0374
23 P0374 CKP sensor synch error 4.23 DTC P0373, P0374
24 P0122 TP sensor open/low 4.20 DTC P0122, P0123
25 P0123 TP sensor high 4.20 DTC P0122, P0123
26 P0107 MAP sensor open/low 4.18 DTC P0107, P0108, P0112, P0113
27 P0108 MAP sensor high 4.18 DTC P0107, P0108, P0112, P0113
28 P0117 ET sensor voltage low 4.19 DTC P0117, P0118
29 P0118 ET sensor open/high 4.19 DTC P0117, P0118
30 P0112 IAT sensor voltage low 4.20 DTC P0122, P0123
31 P0113 IAT sensor open/high 4.20 DTC P0122, P0123
32 P1351 Front ignition coil open/low 4.28 DTC P1351, P1352, P1354, P1355
33 P1354 Rear ignition coil open/low 4.28 DTC P1351, P1352, P1354, P1355
34 P1352 Front ignition coil high/shorted 4.28 DTC P1351, P1352, P1354, P1355
35 P1355 Rear ignition coil high/shorted 4.28 DTC P1351, P1352, P1354, P1355
36 P0261 Front injector open/low 4.22 DTC P0261, P0262, P0263, P0264
37 P0263 Rear injector open/low 4.22 DTC P0261, P0262, P0263, P0264
38 P0262 Front injector high 4.22 DTC P0261, P0262, P0263, P0264

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Table 4-5. EFI Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC) and Fault Conditions
RANKING DTC FAULT CONDITION SOLUTION
39 P0264 Rear injector high 4.22 DTC P0261, P0262, P0263, P0264
40 P0562 Battery voltage low 4.25 DTC P0562, P0563
41 P0563 Battery voltage high 4.25 DTC P0562, P0563
42 P0501 VSS sensor low 4.24 DTC P0501, P0502
43 P0502 VSS sensor high 4.24 DTC P0501, P0502
44 P0505 Loss of idle speed control 4.16 IDLE AIR CONTROL
4.21 DTC P0131, P0132, P0134, P0151, P0152,
45 P0131 Front O2 sensor low (lean)
P0154
4.21 DTC P0131, P0132, P0134, P0151, P0152,
46 P0151 Rear O2 sensor low (lean)
P0154
4.21 DTC P0131, P0132, P0134, P0151, P0152,
47 P0132 Front O2 sensor high (rich)
P0154
4.21 DTC P0131, P0132, P0134, P0151, P0152,
48 P0152 Rear O2 sensor high (rich)
P0154
4.21 DTC P0131, P0132, P0134, P0151, P0152,
49 P0134 Front O2 sensor open/not responding
P0154
4.21 DTC P0131, P0132, P0134, P0151, P0152,
50 P0154 Rear O2 sensor open/not responding
P0154

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Tachometer (not
Speedometer present on all models)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 [39A] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 [108A]
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 [39B] [108B]
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
TSM/TSSM/HFSM

O [30A] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
[30B] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
LGN/V

BN/GY

BK
O/W

BK

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 [20A]
12V [20B]
(switched) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

BK
R/GY O/W
12V acc

LGN/V
12V
(batt) fuse

R BN/GY
12V batt GY
12V fuse
(switched)
LGN/V

R/BK O

LGN/V
12V instr 1
12V fuse
(switched) BK 2
Data link
LGN/V 3 connector
R/BK GY GY 4
12V ign
fuse [91A]

[78] 5
ECM

Serial data link


Figure 4-6. Diagnostic Check

Table 4-6. Wire Harness Connectors in Figure 4-6.


NO. DESCRIPTION TYPE LOCATION

[20] Instruments 12-place Molex Under fuel tank


[30] TSM/TSSM/HFSM 12-place Deutsch Under battery tray
[39] Speedometer 12-place Molex Under fuel tank
[78] Electronic Control Module (ECM) 36-place Packard Under seat
[91] Data link connector 4-place Deutsch Under left side cover
[108] Tachometer (if equipped) Molex Under fuel tank

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Initial Diagnostic Check (Part 1 of 2)

Does engine
start?

YES. YES. NO. NO.


Starts and Starts, then Cranks, but Engine will not
runs. stalls. will not start. crank.

Check for diagnostic trouble See 4.12 STARTS, THEN See 4.10 ENGINE CRANKS, See 1.2 STARTING SYSTEM
codes (DTCs). See 4.6 STALLS. BUT WILL NOT START. DIAGNOSIS.
SPEEDOMETER SELF
DIAGNOSTICS
DTCs found?

YES NO NO
Unable to enter No DTCs
diagnostic mode. displayed.

Refer to applicable DTC priority chart.


All DTCs are listed on page 4-10 in
Table 4-5. DTCs are listed by priority.
With ignition switch OFF, press and 1 No codes displayed. For
release odometer reset switch.
symptoms that may not set
Does odometer display appear with
diagnostic trouble codes,
display backlighting?
refer to table 5-2, Table 5-3
and Table 5-4.

YES
NO

STOP Check for continuity to ground on terminal 7


2 of speedometer. Wiggle harness during con-
tinuity check. Continuity present?
Go to Initial Diagnostic
Check (Part 2 of 3).

YES NO

Check for battery voltage at


Locate and repair open
Breakout Box cavity 5
between terminal 7
(black) of speedometer while
and ground.
wiggling harness. Battery volt-
age continuously present?

YES NO

With ignition switch OFF and speedometer


Locate and repair open
connector [39] disconnected, check continuity
between terminal 5 and
between Breakout Box cavities 8 and 11
battery fuse.
Is continuity present when speedometer reset
switch is depressed and infinity when released?

YES NO

Replace speedometer. Replace speedometer


reset switch.

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Initial Diagnostic Check (Part 2 of 3)

Continued from Initial Diagnostic


Check (Part 1 of 2).Turn ignition
switch ON, is odometer backlight
present?

YES NO

Perform “WOW” test. See 4.6 SPEEDOME-


TER SELF DIAGNOSTICS. Replace Speedometer.
The following features should be functional
1) backlight should illuminate
2) needle should sweep its full range of
motion
3) LED’s that should illuminate:
• check engine
• battery
• security (all models)
4) LED’s that may illuminate:
• low fuel
• cruise (although not cruise equipped)

Are all features functional?

YES NO

With ignition switch turned to


Turn key to ACC. Is 2 IGN, check for battery voltage
backlight present? at cavity 1 of Breakout Box. Bat-
tery voltage present?

YES NO
2 YES NO

Check for battery voltage at


Is problem intermittent? Breakout Box cavity 6. Bat- Replace speedometer. Is instrument
tery voltage present? fuse blown?

YES NO YES NO

Replace speedometer. Is accessory fuse


blown? Locate and repair Locate and repair
source of fault. open between terminal
Replace fuse. 1 of connector [39]
and instrument fuse.

YES NO
YES
Locate and repair Locate and repair open on O/W
source of fault. wire between terminal 6 of con-
Replace fuse. nector [39] and accessory fuse.
STOP

Go to Initial Diagnostic
Check (Part 3 of 3).

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Initial Diagnostic Check (Part 3 of 3)

Continued from Initial Diagnostic


Check (Part 2 of 3).
Is problem intermittent?

YES NO
NO
Speedometer inoperative
Tachometer Inoperative
(no vehicle speed).
(no engine speed).
Repeat Diagnostic
Check while wiggling
harnesses. Remove and inspect vehi-
Was intermittent found? cle speed sensor. Debris See Test 2.4 (Part 1 of 2)
present? under 2.4 SPEEDOMETER/
TACHOMETER.

YES NO
YES
NO
Remove debris. Reinstall Check for damaged wiring/loose
vehicle speed sensor. connection between vehicle speed
sensor and ECM. Is wiring damage/
loose connection present?
Locate and repair No trouble found.
intermittent.

YES NO

Locate and repair Replace Speedometer.


source of fault.

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SPEEDOMETER SELF DIAGNOSTICS 4.6

GENERAL x0691x4x
3
2
The speedometer is capable of displaying and clearing
speedometer, tachometer, TSM/TSSM/HFSM, and ECM trou- 4
ble codes (DTCs) (diagnostic mode).

DIAGNOSTICS

Diagnostic Tips
● For a quick check of speedometer function, a “WOW”
test can be performed. Press and hold odometer reset
switch then turn ignition switch ON. Release reset
switch. See Figure 4-7. Background lighting should illu-
minate, speedometer needle should sweep its full range
of motion, and indicator lamps (sixth gear, check engine,
low fuel, battery and security) should illuminate. The 1 5
sixth gear indicator lamp will illuminate even though it is
not used in normal vehicle operations. The security lamp 1. Sixth gear indicator (not used)
may illuminate even if the vehicle is not equipped with a 2. Check engine lamp
security system. 3. Low fuel lamp
● If speedometer fails “WOW” test, check for battery, 4. Battery lamp
ground, ignition, speedometer reset switch and acces- 5. Security lamp
sory to speedometer. If any feature in the speedometer is Figure 4-7. Speedometer
non-functional, see 2.2 INITIAL DIAGNOSTIC CHECK:
SPEEDOMETER. NOTE
Although the sixth gear indicator lamp (located in the speed-
Diagnostic Notes ometer face) serves no purpose on Sportster models, it does
Use of speedometer self diagnostics assumes that DIGITAL illuminate when performing the “WOW” test.
TECHNICIAN (Part No. HD-44750) is not available.
The reference numbers below correlate with the circled num-
bers in the Speedometer Self Diagnostics (chart). x0689x4x 2
3
1. To exit diagnostic mode, turn ignition switch OFF.
2. To clear DTCs for the selected module, press the speed-
1 ACC. IG
F NI
ometer reset switch for more than 5 seconds when a OF TI
O
N
DTC is displayed. This procedure will clear all DTCs for
the selected module.

1. Ignition OFF
2. Accessory (ACC) ON
3. Ignition ON

Figure 4-8. Ignition Switch

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Speedometer Self Diagnostics (chart)

While holding odometer reset switch in,


turn ignition switch to IGN. Make sure 1
Run/Stop switch is in RUN position.

Release reset switch.


Does “diag” appear?

YES NO

Press and release reset


switch. See 2.2 INITIAL DIAGNOSTIC
“PSSPT” appears. CHECK: SPEEDOMETER.

To display DTCs for the


ECM, press and hold
”P” flashing.
reset switch for more
than 5 seconds.

To choose
TSM/TSSM/HFSM, press
and release reset switch.

To display DTCs for


TSM/TSSM/HFSM,
”S” flashing. press and hold reset
switch for more than
5 seconds.

To choose Speedometer, Device


press and release reset response?
switch. NO

YES “no rsp” displayed.


To display DTCs for See applicable code from
”SP” flashing. speedometer, press and other modules. Models not
hold reset switch for more equipped with a tachometer
than 5 seconds. will display “no rsp” normally.

If “no rsp” displayed on odom-


eter on tachometer equipped
To choose Tachometer, vehicle, see 2.4 SPEEDOME-
“none” displayed.
press and release reset TER/TACHOMETER.
switch.
DTC
2 displayed.

To display DTCs for


tachometer, press and Press and release Press and release
”T” flashing.
hold reset switch for more reset switch. Part num- reset switch.
than 5 seconds. ber of module will be Are more DTCs
displayed. displayed?
NO

To choose ECM, press


and release reset switch. YES
“end” displayed.
To clear all DTCs for
selected module hold reset
switch for more than 5 sec-
onds. If DTCs are not to be
cleared, Press and release
reset switch. Part number of
module will be displayed.

Press and release reset


switch again to continue to
next module.

Figure 4-9. Speedometer Self Diagnostics

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