Table of Contents
- Main Features
- How To Setup TR4 System
- All TechnoResearch Cables
- Common Jobs
- Updating Centurion License
- Non-Stock ECUs
- Connecting via Bluetooth
- Victory / Indian Diagnostics
- Checking DTCs Manually (HD)
- FAIL message When Performing Blank ECU Programming
- 1. Centurion Setup and Installation
- 1.1 Where to get the Software
- 1.2 Install Centurion
- 1.3 Run Centurion
- 1.4 Insert Security Key into USB Port
- 1.5 Connect USB Cable
- 1.6 Powerup the Centurion
- 1.7 Powerup to Automatically Install Drivers
- 1.8 Update the Centurion Software
- 1.9 Centurion Disclaimer/Language Selection
- 1.10 Confirm COM Port for Communication
- 1.11 Troubleshooting COM Port Issues
- 2. Using the Centurion
- 3. Centurion Toolbar Icon Description
- 3.1 Centurion Toolbar Buttons/Commands
- 3.2 Digital Data View
- 3.3 Strip Chart Data View
- 3.4 Meter Data View
- 3.5 Live DTC Monitoring
- 3.6 Active Test
- 3.7 Active Settings
- 4. Centurion – How to Change Units/Colors
- 5. Centurion Super Pro/Audio – Monitor Real-Time Data (Digital Data View)
- 6. Centurion Super Pro/Audio – Monitor Real-Time Data (Strip Chart Display)
- 7. Centurion Super Pro – Harley Davidson Tests and Activations
- 8. Centurion – Specific Functions for Harley-Davidson® Motorcycles
- 8.1 Centurion Super Pro/Audio – Read And Clear DTCS
- 8.2 Centurion Super Pro – Speedometer Calibration
- 8.6 Centurion Super Pro – Air Fuel Value (AFV)
- 8.7 Centurion Super Pro – Idle Adjustment
- 8.8 Centurion Super Pro – Blank ECU Programming
- 8.9 Centurion Super Pro – Blank Ecu Programming (Clone)
- 8.11 Centurion Super Pro – Module Replacement (4-Pin Models)
- 8.12 Centurion Super Pro – Module Replacement (6-Pin Models)
- 8.13 Centurion Super Pro – ECU: (Enable/Disable)
- 8.17 Centurion Super Pro – Fuel Tank Drain
- 8.18 Centurion Super Pro – Compression Test
- 8.3 Centurion Super Pro – Hands Free Keyfob Programming
- 8.4 Centurion Super Pro – Keyfob Disabling (Hands Free Fob Only)
- 8.5 Centurion Super Pro – Program Personal Identification Number (Pin) / Personal Key Code
- 8.19 Centurion Super Pro – BCM: (Enable/Disable)
- 8.20 Centurion Super Pro – BCM-Lights: (Enable/Disable)
- 8.22 Centurion Super Pro – Unlocking A Security Module
- 8.23 Centurion Super Pro – Security: Push Button Fob Manual Programming
- 9. Location of Diagnostic Connectors
- Centurion Glossary
Manual ABS bleeds are still needed, but the electronic bleeds might also be required to finish a job. A tool like Centurion is a requirement for this final procedure. Before performing an electronic ABS bleed, it is important that a manual bleed was done first.
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.
NOTE: If you are installing a new ABS system because the previous system went bad, you will need to have a Harley Davidson dealer perform a replacement procedure on the system. This procedure is not used for calibrating a new ABS system nor is it for turning off an ABS light. THIS IS FOR 2008-2020 ABS SYSTEMS ONLY.
- To begin you will need to perform a manual ABS bleed on the bike. After that is completed proceed to step 2.
- Ensure that the IGN is ON, the RUN button is set to RUN, and the VCM is connected.
- Ensure that the battery is at 12v or more and will remain so, for the duration of the module replacement (i.e. Battery Charger).
- In Centurion, click the Active Settings () button.
- From there, navigate to ABS Bleeding.
- Click the Accept box for the disclaimer.
- Click the Connect button (), you will now be connected to the bike.
- Select which brake you are going to bleed first (i.e. Front or Rear).
- After selecting front brake, you will receive an instruction set. Read it, then press Front Brake -> Next button ()
- Your first instruction will be to Squeeze and hold the front brake lever. You will be instructed when to stop in the same window.
During this, you should hear a buzzing noise and have some slight resistance when holding the lever.
- After the window changes, it will ask you a question to make sure that you got the proper response during the procedure.
Confirm the first part of the procedure went accordingly by click the
Front Brake -> Next button ().
- Now you will be instructed to pump the front brake lever. To continue to this step, click the
Front Brake -> Next button ().
- Against as you pump the break lever you will hear that buzzing noise as well as have some slight resistance.
- 14. It will then instruct you to stop pumping the break lever. Go ahead and click the Front Brake -> Next button ().
- After clicking the Front Brake -> Next button (), you will be prompted with a message that states,
FRONT BRAKE bleeding procedure was completed.
You will also have a 20 second countdown timer when that hits zero then the procedure is fully complete.
- Now that the procedure is complete on the front brake you can now perform the same procedure on the rear brake. It will go through all the same steps.