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If you have a  no start condition on your motorcycle with Delphi fuel injection.

The problem occurs one time and does not return, so is difficult to diagnose. When

the condition occurs, a P1010 code - missing password, is normally set. There have

been a few reports of a P1009 code - incorrect password also. It appears the turn signal

module did not get a complete message from the ecm at ignition ON so the engine starts

and stalls or cranks but will not start. Try removing the ecm and security fuses,

wait ten minutes and reinstall the fuses. This "reboots" the turn signal module

and the motorcycle will then start from that point on. The historic codes will

remain for 50 starts or until cleared.