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  • Has Anyone figured out the TPMS went to the Darkside light blinking

    Put a car tire on my 2018 non tour and my TPMS light is blinking due to the lower rear tire pressure went to my dealer thinking they could reset the pressures on the system was told they couldn't do anything for me. Looks like its back FoBo for me dose any one know of a work around i could do or have done. Don't mine the blinking lights that much may just have to live with it. Or have the system wipe out or disabled this will require the removal of the valve stems sensors and can go back to Tee Valves.
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    09-22-2019
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    09-23-2019
    2018 DCT non tour, Pearl Stallion Brown, Double Darksider #856, Live To Ride, Love my Wing, IBA Member# 63744 Yellowbird Alias Coppertone

  • #2
    Put more pressure in tire

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    • #3
      With the last GL series, I have read that swapping the front TPMS sensor with the rear sensor did the trick. However that still requires dismounting both tires to make the swap.
      More ideas? Lets hear em.

      Corventure Dave

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      • #4
        For quite some time, the company that sells aftermarket equipment was unable to reprogram the sensors that come in the '18+ bikes.

        I have recently read elsewhere that this has changed.
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        • #5
          TPMS sensors need to be re-calibrated as before.

          Call tirerack and ask them if their TPMS re-calibrator will work on the 18/19 bikes?.

          They do on the 06-17 Gl1800's.
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          • #6
            Thanks Rocky i buy from tirerack so i will give them a call new you would have a fix for this to Tirerack i go. Ride Safe Ride A-lot

            2018 DCT non tour, Pearl Stallion Brown, Double Darksider #856, Live To Ride, Love my Wing, IBA Member# 63744 Yellowbird Alias Coppertone

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Rocky View Post
              TPMS sensors need to be re-calibrated as before.

              Call tirerack and ask them if their TPMS re-calibrator will work on the 18/19 bikes?.

              They do on the 06-17 Gl1800's.


              Do they have to remove the TPMS unit from the wheel to do that?

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              • Rocky
                Rocky commented
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                No.
                The re calibrator,is held close to the outside of the wheel,near the sensor for the reprogramming.
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