U1064 Diag Error and bike won't start

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by mellman, Aug 7, 2011.

  1. mellman

    mellman New Member

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    Hi,

    I have an '06 Road King. I had a flickering brake light which I thought was caused by a faulty brake light switch on the front brake. I ordered a new one and replaced it (cut off old switch and spliced in new one). It seems to fixed the problem. Once things were back together, the bike wouldn't start with a permanent red key symbol lit on the speedo. I took everything apart again and saw that while putting things back together, I apparently pinched and frayed an ignition wire. I fixed that (cutting it and splicing it back together). My bike still has the red key light lit and won't start. I looked at the diag codes and found a U1064.

    Can anyone help me with a trouble shooting process? I am kind of stuck!

    Any help would be appreciated!
    Mark
     
  2. glider

    glider Veteran Member

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    Here's the list of codes.

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    U1064 Loss of TSM/TSSM Serial Data Carb
    U1064 Loss of TSM/TSSM Serial Data EFI

    With the light still on it's a current error.
     
  3. mellman

    mellman New Member

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    What does it mean by "Loss of TSM/TSSM Serial Data EFI"? Any ideas on how to troubleshoot what may be wrong?
     
  4. glider

    glider Veteran Member

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    Usually it means that the modules in the system are not communicating with each other as in open wire somewhere. What have you done recently?

    Read this...

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  5. mellman

    mellman New Member

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    As stated in the original post, I replaced the brake light switch on the hand brake and pinched the ignition wire in the reassembly and had to re-splice it back together. I looked all around the wiring harness for another broken wire and couldn't find one.
     
  6. TripleJ

    TripleJ Senior Member

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    Have you checked all your fuses with a test light or DVOM?
     
  7. mellman

    mellman New Member

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    GENIUS, it appears to have been a blown fuse. Lets just hope I can get it back together without messing anything else up! :D

    Thank you for your help.

    Mark
     
  8. TripleJ

    TripleJ Senior Member

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    Glad you found the problem, this time be careful putting her back together :D