How to Start a Harley Without a Key

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Having a hard time starting your bike without the key fob? Here are some easy tips to get you back on the road quickly. Changing the PIN to something meaningful is the first step in this process. To do this, hold the left signal switch until the security light flashes, and then enter your five-digit personal code. Cycle through the digits with the left turn switch.

Location of wires

To start a Harley without a key, you must know where the wiring is located. There are several wires that need to be connected to start the motorcycle. To start the engine, the wires need to be connected to the ignition source. The ignition source is typically located on the right side of the bike, near the sleeve. There are two or three additional caps. You need to isolate the wires to connect them to the ignition device.

To start the engine, find the corresponding wiring diagram for your model. If it is not in the manual, purchase the wiring kit. After ordering it, read the manual and learn how to properly install the wires. Often, a manual is included with the ignition switch. When installing the ignition module, be sure to remove the original harness if you have one. Make sure that the wiring harness is in good condition.

Using a key fob

If you own a security-enabled Harley, you may want to know how to start a bike without a key. In most cases, you can use a key fob for this purpose. To use this type of keyless entry system, you must visit your local dealership. Once you have a diagnostic scan tool and a 24-digit serial number, you can program the keyless entry system. During this programming process, the security fob has a backup five-digit PIN you can enter to start the motorcycle.

To program your keyless entry system, you should first turn on the ignition. This will activate a security light. Then, hold the left turn signal until “Enter PIN” flashes on the speedometer. Then, cycle through the PIN until you find the one that is right for your motorcycle. If you don’t have this PIN, you should contact the manufacturer of your motorcycle and find out how to program it for your motorcycle.

Hotwiring

If you are not familiar with the process of hotwiring a Harley, you may not be able to start the bike. This problem can be solved easily. First, you need to locate the wiring diagram. You can find this diagram by doing a Google search. While there are some hotwiring processes that require no diagrams and just wire, you will need a few other things. These tools include flathead screwdrivers and electrical tape, as well as a diagram of the bike’s wiring system.

Another way to hotwire a Harley without a key is by removing the outer cover on the wires. Then, pull the wires and move them to the ignition. Obviously, it’s best to take your motorcycle to a professional for help, but if you’re unsure of what to do, you can try these methods. Hotwiring can be dangerous, and it’s not something that you should attempt if you’re not an experienced mechanic.

Resetting the PIN

If you have a security system on your Harley Davidson, you will need to reset the PIN to start the motorcycle. A key fob or proximity fob will allow you to start the motorcycle when you get close to it. If you have a fob or key, you must press the right-turn signal button to reset it. Afterward, the fob or key must be inserted into the control module in the bike. It must be in close proximity to the security system to prevent detachment.

First, make sure you have your key fob close by. Secondly, turn the motorcycle on. Press and hold the left turn signal until you see the speedometer. Press the right turn signal to select the next slot and enter the PIN. Now, the motorcycle will start. If you have a key fob, keep it near the motorcycle. You can also record it somewhere accessible so that it is easy to find in the event of a keyless start.

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