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Until recently of the HISS light stayed on, I could clear it as described ion the title. Mine is an Australian delivered 2003 XL650V Transalp that I've owned from new in '04 and ridden more than 180,000km.
Recently I had to clear the HISS light by wriggling the HISS receiver wires. Last week it wouldn't start at all, even if I wriggle the wires.
The Haynes manual mentions a Honda special tool:
Fault diagnosis
Note: To enter the fault diagnosis mode of the
system you will need the Honda special tools
(Part Nos. 07XMZ-MBW0100, 07YMZ-
MCB0100 or 07XMZ-MBW0101, and 07YMZ-
0010100) which are a wiring loom adapter
Does anyone know where these can be bought on line? A quick search on fleabay got me "zero matches".

I've checked the continuity of the 4 receiver wires by pushing a pin through each just below the receiver and checking back to the plug under the speedo. All are about 0.3ohms. The 2 wires that supply approx 5V to the receiver read 22,500ohms and the other 2 read 15,500ohms through the receiver, though I've no idea what they should read.
Has anyone else run into this issue and if so how did you fix it?

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If you seach ebay for Honda HISS cable it turns up a variety of results.

Thanks for that. I see now that my search should have been for Honda HISS rather than Honda special tools.

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Not from Oz it would seem. I've tried a number of variations without any luck. I'll keep at it until I crack the code. I got a texa one by typing texa in the search.
[edit]I logged into fleabay UK and there they are. Nothing if I log into fleabay dot com or fleabay dot com dot ay you I wonder why that happens.[edit]

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