Debugging Harley LiveWire Bluetooth and iPhone Issues, Part 3

Look at what I found printed on the bottom of my LiveWire’s display unit: Two immediately interesting bits of information there -- a Harley-Davidson part number (70900801) and an FCC ID (SQGBT850). A bit of quick googling finds 70900801 is “INSTR,CLSTR,DIGITAL” (Instrument, Cluster, Digital). There’s even one on eBay right now. Google also turns up … Continue reading Debugging Harley LiveWire Bluetooth and iPhone Issues, Part 3

Debugging Harley LiveWire Bluetooth and iPhone Issues, Part 2

TLDR: So... like others, I am unable to use iOS Settings > Bluetooth to pair my Harley-Davidson LiveWire... the motorcycle doesn't even appear (making it impossible to pair with) or if it does appear, pairing usually fails. However, I have been able to successfully pair using the LightBlue app by Punch Through - its a … Continue reading Debugging Harley LiveWire Bluetooth and iPhone Issues, Part 2

My LiveWire is Due for Its 1K Service

It's an electric motorcycle... but it still needs an oil change 🙂 The spiral bevel gear primary drive (that rotates the motor output through 90 degrees to the belt drive) gets a special gear oil replacement after the first 1000 miles. Here's a cool video of what my LiveWire, "ELVIRA" will be getting done next … Continue reading My LiveWire is Due for Its 1K Service

H-D Connect on a LiveWire, Part 1

I'm in the process of setting up H-D Connect on my new LiveWire. It's a cool service that uses a cellular connection directly to the motorcycle to retrieve motorcycle status (like how much longer until the battery is charged), tamper alerts (like it the motorcycle is being jostled) and service-needed notifications. The service was available … Continue reading H-D Connect on a LiveWire, Part 1