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HISS light doesn't work

Not sure was it after PC3 installation, but noticed yesterday the HISS light doesn't blink anymore.

Is there some setting to make it off/on like the fuel consumption meter has?

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Re: HISS light doesn't work

you may have disabled it. turn on the ignition and kill switch
now hold the 2nd button and press the first one and the time should flash. when the time is flashing just turn off the ignition with your key. This will enable the hiss light. You must turn off the ignition while the time is flashing
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Re: HISS light doesn't work

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Not sure was it after PC3 installation, but noticed yesterday the HISS light doesn't blink anymore.

Is there some setting to make it off/on like the fuel consumption meter has?

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You have to fiddle with the buttons but I can't remember how. It is in the manual. If I remember I'll have a look tonight.

Edit: Belay that. SoulJahz obviously has a better memory than me.

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Re: HISS light doesn't work

yep, I was adjusting clock time yesterday, i have propably set it off.

I don't have owners manual....

Damn honda and all the features...

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Re: HISS light doesn't work

just cause the light isnt flashing it doesnt mean the HISS is disabled. just personal preference i suppose.
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Re: HISS light doesn't work

Yep, Now it's working, thanks for help.

Yep, I knew the HISS is working. But the bike stayed outside for couple of nights and I wanted all the teenage criminals to know too that there is some protection on the bike. Some may even confuse the light to alarm system.

At least it get attention when they start picking the lock and they may read and hopefully understand that the bike ain't gonna starts. nomatter how much picking they do.

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Re: HISS light doesn't work

is it the same procedure for the 929? reactivating the hiss light i mean
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Re: HISS light doesn't work

I don't think so, my HISS light hasn't worked since I got it a few months ago, I tried this and the light still doesn't work. And the previous owner never even knew how to set the time on it.
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