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    Remote Control Garage Door Opener Kit

    Part Number 91558-01B

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    Finish / Color: Black

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    Operate your automatic garage door opener without leaving your motorcycle seat or fumbling in your pocket for the remote control.

    • Compatible with most brands of automatic openers, this kit allows you to operate your door by cycling the bike's high-beam switch
    • Hidden transmitter taps into bike's wiring harness and is powered by vehicle battery, so there is no transmitter batteries to replace
    • When key is switched off, the transmitter is disabled providing added garage security if bike is parked outside
    • Signal is sent to the in-garage receiver that plugs into a standard 110-volt outlet and is wired to the automatic opener
    • Receiver's rolling code technology provides additional security
    • Kit includes one transmitter and one receiver
    • Individual components are available to equip additional motorcycles and garages

    Features

    • Warranty

      1 year limited warranty – Go to www.h-d.com/warranty for full details
    • Sold in Unit

      Each
    • In The Box

      1 transmitter & 1 receiver

    Fitment

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    Fits '02-'17 VRSC™, '15-later XG, '94-later XL, '08-'13 XR, '96-'17 Dyna®, '96- later Softail®, and '94-later Touring and Trike models. '14-later XL, '12- '17 Dyna® and '11-'17 Softail® models require separate purchase of Electrical Connection Kit P/N 72673-11. '14-'16 Touring and Trike models require separate purchase of Electrical Connection Kit P/N 69200722. '18-later Softail® and '17-later Touring and Trike models require separate purchase of Electrical Connection Kit P/N 69201599A. '15-later XG models require separate purchase of P/N 72136-94GY, 72156-94 and Qty.4 72195-94. Not compatible with Chamberlain® /Liftmaster® MyQ® or Sears® Craftsman Assurelink garage door openers.

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    Reviews

    Remote Control Garage Door Opener Kit is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 35.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not work!!! I have a new Craftsman garage door opener with battery backup. The harley hard wire garage door opener will not work with the craftsman. It throws a mid-wired code on the garage door opener. I have tried everything which way to wire it and it just will not work.
    Date published: 2018-01-18
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Details matter (read this) before you buy Not compatible with Chamberlain® /Liftmaster® MyQ® or Sears® Craftsman Assurelink garage door openers. HD does NOT tell you which openers it WILL work with.
    Date published: 2018-01-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love It This is a no-brainer if you have a garage. Works fantastic!
    Date published: 2017-09-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Modify to work with LiftMaster 2.0. etc. The newer LiftMaster systems use low voltage between the opener and the wall switch. The Harley receiver simply closes a circuit when activated so it will not work when connected directly to this LiftMaster. A previous post mentioned soldering the wires to the wall switch but was light on detail. I opened my switch and found the control button has four pins, with pin #1 being marked. Pins 1 and 2 are connected internally, with 3 and 4 also connected internally. The opener is activated when pair 1 and 2 are connected to pair 3 and 4. From the Harley receiver I soldered one wire to pin #2 and the other to pin #3. Being on opposite sides of the button there was less risk of shorting out. I was also very careful not to overheat the circuit board by pre-soldering the wire and then using just enough heat to quickly melt it so it stuck to the pin. Works perfectly.
    Date published: 2017-05-20
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    Q & A

    Will it work with a garage opener Lift-Master The Professional line 1/3 HP?

    Asked by: Rudy17

    Can not get it to work

    We have C.H.I. garage door opener. Can not get the harley opener to work. We can hear it cycle from the bike to the transmitter but the door will not open. We have it mounted on a 2005 Softail Deluxe. Any suggestions please
    Asked by: Rodey

    Garage door opener

    I plugged right into the door opener and I can hear the harley door switch work but not opening the door. It's a craftsmen door opener. Any suggestions?
    Asked by: Michael32
    If you have either a Chamberlain/Liftmaster MyQ or a Sears Craftsman AssureLink the Harley remote will not work. They are not compatible
    Answered by: Rlhess21
    Date published: 2017-12-09

    Is it possible to get it installed at a harley store

    Is it possible to get the bike portion installed at a Harley dealership? This is for my father and I don't want to have him install his own gift, is it easy to install?
    Asked by: LittleRed96
    I had mine installed at Emerald City Harley Davidson in Lynnwood, WA. I actually have one on each of my two bikes. They charged me an hour's labor, but I did it as part of other work that was being done so they didn't have to pull the bike apart especially to do this. The activation is through the headlight switch, so it requires getting a signal from the left side grip on the handlebar. I don't know how they did that link up, but it works perfectly on both my 2008 Road King and my 2017 Road Glide.
    Answered by: roobob
    Date published: 2017-11-18

    Can this be wired to a normal accessory switch on the fairing?

    I have a 2017 Ultra Limited, which has 5 blanks for aux buttons. Is there any way to wire up a transmitter to use one of those buttons instead?
    Asked by: NickSpeece
    Not from what I read in the instructions. The signal comes from the headlight switch being switched between hi and lo beam hi-lo-hi or lo-hi-lo. I have this installed on 2 bikes. One is a 2008 Road King which clicks down for low or up for high. The other is a 2017 Road Glide Ultra where the down press of the light is intended for you to flash your lights - i.e. It doesn't stay depressed after you press it. With the 2008, click up, click down, click up and the door opens or closes. With the 2017, flash the high beam twice and it opens.
    Answered by: roobob
    Date published: 2017-11-18
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