First make sure the USB connector is fully seated into the power commander. If there is any silver showing on ther USB connector that plugs into the Power Commander it is not completely plugged in. It is a tight snap in fit. The power commander also needs to be constantly powered in order to communicate fully with the computer. The green light on the face of the Power commander needs to be constantly on in order to communicate. Make sure you have a fresh (above 8.5 volts) 9 volt battery if using the battery adapter. If using the bikes power some bikes need to be running to provide the constant power needed rather than just turning on the key. Make sure you are using the latest software version available (version 3.2.1). This can be checked by going into the "Help" menu in the software interface and selecting "About" and it will give you the version. If it is other than the latest 3.2.1 then you need to visit our website and download the latest version under the down loads section.
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- My ignition module does not show up after having the firmware loaded. If you go to "View" and "Power Commander Information" menu, the only module shown is Module 0. The Power Commander software does not show an ignition table, either.
- The buttons on my Power Commander don't feel like they are moving
- I'm having trouble installing the Accelerator Pump Utility to my USB Power Commander III.
- I want to alter the map in my power commander but I cannot get my computer close enough to my motorcycle
- How do I adjust the buttons on the faceplate of a Power Commander III?
- My throttle position in the Control Center software is not reading 0%
- How can I tell what PCIII USB Control Center Software version I have?
- The Start-up Fuel and Rev Xtend features are not showing up in the Power Commander III USB software's features dialog box.
- The Power Commander 3 USB does not power up anymore after loading the firmware for my ignition module.
- The firmware program does not appear to work and I get an error code that has a "0x005, 0x008, 8001" or something similar.