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8.12 Module Replacement (6-Pin Models)

Centurion Super Pro

Connect/marry new modules to the old modules. Pre-CAN models it was a 30 minute manual procedure, now those take 14 minute. CAN models REQUIRE it be done with a tool, such as CENTURION.
NOTE: If the ECU is locked by another product, you will NOT be able to perform any active settings changes as we will not be able to communicate with the ECU.

If you are performing one of the following replacements click the hyperlink below:

When do you need to do a Module Replacement?

Replaced: Module Replacement procedure required? Additional steps (if required)
ECM Yes Speedometer Calibration, ACR on/off, EITMS on/off
TSM replaced with TSM No
TSM replaced with TSSM Yes Must program 5-digit PIN on blank TSSMs before doing Module Replacement. For Handsfree: KeyFob programming.
TSSM replaced with TSM Yes
TSSM replaced with TSSM Yes Must program 5-digit PIN on blank TSSMs before doing Module Replacement For Handsfree: KeyFob programming.
BCM Yes Must program 5-digit PIN on blank BCMs before doing Module Replacement. After marrying: BCM enable/disable settings & Keyfob programming.
  1. Select the Active Settings Icon ( )
  2. In the first dropdown menu select 'ECU/ECM'
  3. In the second dropdown menu select 'Module Replacement'
  4. Key to IGN & Run Button ON
  5. Click on 'Begin' on the software
  6. Follow the prompts on the screen
    1. Models with a 4 pin diagnostics connector will require you to: Key IGN, RUN ON, START, STALL, then wait 12-15 minutes. Detailed more HERE.
    2. Models with a 6 pin diagnostics connector will not require the start/stall/wait sequence, but may vary between RUN off or RUN on requirements depending on the model
    3. NOTE: For CVO bikes only, you will leave RUN button on when prompted to turn off.
  7. Wait 10 seconds for 'PASS'
  9. Run button ON & start motorcycle.