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2006 TE610 Speedometer setup

If you have ever broke the Husky 610 speedometer, you may have to buy a new unit and go through the entire setup process. I have seen some info here like how to switch from kmh to mph or resetting the oil change warning light, but little info on the setup process. Below is some information on how to setup the new speedo.

There is a draft shop manual for the TE610 out on the net, speedzilla has a link to it on their SM610 thread. Each page of the manual is labeled BOZZA DRAFT and IMO the instructions are incomprehensible. For some humor the BOZZA DRAFT instructions are shown below and I followed each series of steps with my interpretation of the process.

The first part sets up the TE or SM mode. Then the setup of mph/kph, oil change and maintenance intervals. The last part shows how to set the rev warning light, the clock and how to delete a screen.

TE610 Speedometer

Check out these BOZZA DRAFT instructions:

BOZZA DRAFT: This operation allows to plan the parameters that allow to use the instrument on motorcycles with different characteristics (SM-TE).
1- with instrument off to press MODE and maintain it pressed.
2- Turn the ignition key in position IGNITION, later around 7″ will be appare WS in the angle in low to Dx on the display.
3- Maintaining MODE pressed, to act on the passing command activating and disactivating it for 5 times.
4- Disengaging MODE the “0001” (for SM model) code appare, fig. 3;
5- Shortly pressing MODE is underlined the code “0002” (for the TE model) and subsequently the writing “cu” brought in fig. 4;
6- Identified the select code (0001 for SM and 0002 for TE), to press MODE maintaining pressed it up to the appearance of WS to this point disengaging MODE will be aapare the writing “Ln”, that is the first one some 5 previously inserted and not modifiable data values suitable in fig. 5;
7- To shortly press the key MODE to flow the visualizations with the values:
a. “Ln”= development wheel,
b. “di”= diameter rotates,
c. “SPEED”= n impulseturn wheel
d. “rpm”= n impulse/turn engine,
e. “max”= out limit turns

INTERPRETATION: As you can see the instructions are not completely clear, perhaps that is the meaning of BOZZA. Here is what I figured out.
1- With ignition off, hold down the MODE button.
2- Turn the ignition on and continue to hold the MODE button down until WS appears in the lower right hand corner of the display. If you release the MODE button at this point you will jump to step 8.
3- Continue to hold the MODE button and flash the passing light 5 times. Hitting the high beams 5 times also works but the passing light button is easier.
4- Release the MODE button, “0001” appears. This is the setup for a SM with 18″ wheels
5- Hit the MODE button and “0002” appears. This is the setup for a TE with a 21″ wheel.
6- Select 0001 or 0002 then hold down the MODE button until WS appears in the lower right of the display. Release the MODE button.
7- Press the MODE button to scroll through the settings for wheel size, tach pulses/engine rev, etc. If you hold the MODE button down the value entered for each setting will show up, but as far as I can tell there is no way to change them. Scroll through the settings. The last one is “max” and the next push of the MODE button will bump you out of the TE or SM mode selection part of the setup and put you at step 8.

BOZZA DRAFT: Setup Km/h or Mph
8- To shortly press MODE to visualize the modality Km/h – Mph brought in fig. 6, to press MODE and to maintain it pressed up to the appearance of the horizontal bars. To the disengage an unity of flashing measure will appear and only will be that active at that time es. Km/h, shortly pressing MODE will be replaced by Mph. To confirm the selection of the unity of select measure to press MODE and to maintain presses it up to the appearance of WS;

INTERPRETATION: If you hold the MODE button down, turn the ignition on and wait until WS appears in the display you will jump directly to step 8 of the setup process. The only way to get into TE/SM mode selection of steps 1 through 7 is to flash the passing light 5 times after WS appears in the display.
8- The right hand side of the display will show “km/h” and “mph”. Press and hold the MODE button. After about 5 seconds “km/h” will start flashing, “mph” will not be shown. Hit the MODE button. “mph” will be flashing, “km/h” will not be shown. If you want mph, rotate through the selections using the MODE button until mph is flashing, then hit and hold the MODE button until the display blanks. Release the MODE button. Both mph and km/h will be shown but somehow mph has been selected.

BOZZA DRAFT: Oil change interval
9- To shortly press MODE to visualize the modality of insertion lacking times to the change oil brought in fig. 7 (13h for the first substitution), to press MODE and maintain it pressed up to the appearance of the horizontal bars, disengaging MODE will appare “0000” or the value previously inserted with the first number of flashing left. Shortly pressing MODE the number advances of one, allowing to flash for 2 seconds the second left number will oscillate. Inserted the value to attend 2″ up to the disappearance of the number. Repeating the operation the inserted number can be modified

INTERPRETATION:
9- Hit the MODE button and rotate through the screens until you get a screen with the oilcan on it. Hit and hold the MODE button and underlined digits “—-” will come up. Release the mode button and the first digit (100 hrs) will be flashing, hit the mode button to add 100 hrs or wait about 2 seconds and the next digit over will start flashing and you can hit the mode button to adjust that digit. You probably want something like 30 hrs here (30 hrs x 67 mph= 2000 miles).

BOZZA DRAFT: Maintenance interval
10- To shortly press MODE to visualize the formality of insertion times or Km for the coupon see fig. 8, to press MODE maintain it pressed up to the appearance of the horizontal bars, to disengage the fig. 9 will appare, shortly pressing MODE it alternates Km/h with CLK, to confirm the selection of the unity of select measure to press MODE and maintain it pressed up to the shortly appearance of WS in the angle in low to the right, disengage to insert and to save the value with the same formality described to the point9. At the end of the operation will reappare the fig. 8. shortly pressing MODE and the writing End will be appare.

To go out of the setting to press MODE and maintain it pressed up to the appearance of the horizontal bars, to disengage he activates the initial check. The same result is obtained switching off and turning on the instrument.

INTERPRETATION: Maintenance interval
10- Hit the MODE button and rotate through the screens until you get a screen with the wrench on it. Hit and hold the MODE button and underlined digits “—-” appear. Release the mode button and you will get a screen showing mph or km/h depending on what you selected in step 8. Hit the MODE button and you will see CLK at the bottom of the display. Maintenance intervals can be set using either miles or hours. Rotate through the selections until you have mph or CLK, push and hold the MODE button until the display blanks. Release the MODE button and you will get a screen showing 4 digits (0000) with the left one blinking. Hit the mode button to adjust the left most digit or wait about 2 seconds and the next digit over will start blinking. After it has cycled through all of the digits the display will return to the wrench symbol.

To exit setup press the MODE button and cycle through the screens to the one showing “END”. Press and hold the MODE button until “—-” shows. Release the button and the speedo will reboot into standard mode. You could also just turn the key off to exit setup.

OTHER STUFF:

RPM WARNING LIGHT: Turn the ignition on and cycle through the screens to the mph/rpm screen. Press and hold the MODE button until “—-” shows. Release the MODE button and the left most digit blinks. Hit the MODE button to adjust the left most digit or wait about 2 seconds and the next digit to the right will start blinking. Whenever rpm’s go over the value set the red light on the right bottom corner of the speedo will come on.

OIL WARNING LIGHT: I’ve seen a number of posts where people thought this was a low oil pressure warning light. It is not, it is an oil change light. Whenever the maintenance interval set in step 8 is exceeded the oilcan symbol will show up on the screen. To reset the speedo hold the MODE button down, turn on the ignition on and continue to hold the MODE button until WS appears in the lower right of the display. Release the MODE button and cycle through the setup screens to the oilcan. Press and hold the MODE button until “—-” appears. Release the MODE button and you will get a screen with “NO, clear?”. Hit the MODE button and you will get “YES, clear?”. Press and hold the button until the screen blanks and the interval will be reset. Turn the ignition off or cycle through the screens to the END screen and press and hold the MODE button to exit setup.

MAINTANCE WARNING LIGHT: When the wrench shows up on the screen you can reset the maintenance interval in the speedo by holding down the MODE button, turn the ignition on and continue to hold the MODE button until WS appears in the lower right corner of the display. Release the MODE button. Press the MODE button to cycle through the displays to the wrench symbol. Press and hold the MODE button until “—-” appears. Release the MODE button and you will get “NO, clear?”. Press the MODE button once and you will get “YES, clear?”. Press and hold the mode button and you will reset the interval.

CLOCK: Turn the ignition on and let the speedo boot in the normal way. Cycle through the screens using the MODE button until you get to the clock screen. CLK appears in the bottom of the display. Press and hold the MODE button until “—-“ appears. Release the MODE button and the hour digits will be blinking. There is a small AM/PM symbol on the right hand side of the display, make sure you get it right when setting the hours. If your speedo is in the km/h mode the clock will be in 24hr mode. Hit the MODE button to adjust the blinking hour digits or wait about 2 seconds and the minutes digits will be blinking and you can adjust those and 2 seconds after that the seconds digits will be blinking. If you do nothing the speedo will cycle back to standard mode. On my original speedo the clock went missing after about 15 hours of operation. I disconnected the battery, waited a couple of minutes, reconnected the battery, rebooted the speedo and the clock came back.

Lap Timer: Out of the box my new speedo had the, by the book, odometer, rpm, clock and trip screens but was missing the lap timer and countdown timer my original speedo had. After the new seedo hit the first maintenance interval the lap and countdown timer appeared. The lap timer is kind of obnoxious because you have to press and hold the mode button to scroll through to the next screen. That press and hold is annoying at gas stations when trying to roll through the screens to reset the trip meter.

Delete A Screen: Thanks to Stroker Ace 54 on ThumperTalk there is a way to delete the lap timer. To do that scroll through the screens to the lap counter, press and hold the mode button until WS appears in the lower right of the display and with the mode button still depressed flash the passing light button five times. That will delete the lap counter.

Other screens can also be deleted using the above procedure. It seems, on ThumperTalk, that if you delete the tach screen the speedo switches to some kind of battery check mode that flashes the battery icon whenever the charging system voltage drops. That behavior seems to have caused a lot of grief for sts475 and his dealer. Screen deletion is kind-of experimental at this point. Stay tuned………

Restore All Screens: todd_fuller posted that deleted screens can be restorted by going to the permanent odometer screen, press and hold the mode button until “WS” appears and with the mode button still depressed flash the passing light button five times.

END:
That is everything I know about setup of the TE610 speedo. The speedo has hidden screens and additional capability but without instructions we have to wait until someone stumbles onto them to learn how to use them. Thanks to the net and the help of other riders we are slowing figuring this stuff out. The thing I would really like to figure out is some way to adjust the trip meter by 1/10’s for use with roll charts.

 

 

Source: http://www.thumpertalk.com/topic/274432-te610-speedo-setup/