Widgets are small customizable displays that allow the rider to see select additional information on the Instrument Module (IM). Widgets are customizable through the settings menu on the IM. Widgets can be changed using the Cursor/Select switch on the Right Hand Control Module (RHCM). Left selection moves through enabled widgets on the left side of the IM, right selection moves through enabled widgets on right side of the IM. See Operation → Instruments.
Left and right widgets will default to blank with each cycle of the OFF/RUN switch.
See Figure 1. The alert widget displays information related to specific vehicle faults. The alert widget displays an alert icon which will match the illuminated indicator lamp, and the alert description, which will give more information related to the current fault.
1Alert icon
2Alert description
Figure 1. Alert Widget
Table 1. Alert Widget Displays
Widget Text
Alert – Shutdown Alert
Propulsion will start disable sequence
See dealer
Alert – HV Disconnected
High voltage connection issue
See dealer
Alert – Motor Fault
Motor or inverter fault
See dealer
Alert – RESS Fault
See dealer
Alert – Charge Bike Fault
RESS too low to enable propulsion
Charge motorcycle
Alert – Charger Fault
Onboard Charger (OBC) general fault
See dealer
Alert – RESS Significantly Out of Balance
RESS at significant level of imbalance
See dealer
Alert – Jiffy Stand Not Trusted
Jiffy stand sensor fault
Cycle jiffy stand down and back up, if the alert is not corrected see dealer
Alert – Propulsion Inhibited
General fault
See dealer
Alert – 12 V Battery Faulted
12 V Battery needs replacement
See dealer
Alert – 12 V Battery Weak
12 V Battery needs replacement
See dealer
Alert – 12 V Battery Disconnected
12 V battery leads loose or disconnected
See dealer
Alert – Load Shedding
12 V battery fault
See dealer
Alert – OBC Over Temperature
OBC overheating
Shutdown motorcycle and allow to cool
Alert – Low Charge
Low State of Charge (SOC)
Charge motorcycle
Alert – Coolant Pump Fault
Coolant pump fault.
See dealer
No assigned fob detected
Bring assigned fob within range
Low FOB battery
Battery in fob low
Replace fob battery
Ride Mode
See Figure 2. The ride mode widget displays the seven available ride mode icons, four pre-set (1,2,3,4) and three custom (5). Current selectable ride modes will be shown in color, disabled ride mode icons are gray and the active ride mode will be highlighted.
Ride Modes
1Sport mode
2Road mode
3Range mode
4Rain mode
5Custom ride modes
Figure 2. Ride Mode Widget
See Figure 3. The Power/Torque widget displays power and torque information related to the current ride mode. The Power/Torque widget displays the current ride mode (2), maximum available power (1) and maximum available regen (3).
1Maximum available power in current ride mode
2Current ride mode
3Maximum available regeneration in current ride mode
Figure 3. Power/Torque Widget
See Figure 4. The Range widget displays estimated remaining range (1), maximum estimated range (2) and minimum estimated range (3) based on current riding behavior.
1Estimated range
2Maximum estimated range
3Minimum estimated range
Figure 4. Range Widget
Battery (RESS)
See Figure 5. The battery widget displays SOC (1), watt-hour per mile (2), and RESS temperature (3).
2Watt-hour per mile
3RESS temperature
Figure 5. Battery Widget
See Figure 6. The temperature widget displays RESS temperature (1), motor controller temperature (2) and motor temperature (3).
1RESS temperature
2Motor controller temperature
3Motor temperature
Figure 6. Temperature Widget
See Figure 7. The trip widget displays the odometer reading (1), trip A (2) and trip B (3) mileage. The trip widget can also be configured from the settings menu to display trip K.
2Trip A
3Trip B
Figure 7. Trip Widget
In order to leverage Bluetooth enabled functions such as Navigation, Media display and controls, the phone must be paired through the LiveWire App.
Once paired, the Bluetooth widget displays phone connection status, device name and battery percentage.
The navigation widget is intended to assist you when traveling. Always use personal judgment and observation of the actual road conditions while riding. In some circumstances, information provided in the navigation widget may be incomplete, incorrect or outdated. Road conditions, traffic laws and restrictions (such as no left turns, street closures, one way streets, road construction detours, and so on) can frequently change. Before following any instruction from the widget, check that the instruction can be done safely and legally.
If necessary, safely park the vehicle if there is difficulty following the route guidance or if there is a need to program a new route.
Program and review navigation routes with the vehicle stopped. Follow these steps to load navigation instructions.
1. Ensure the LiveWire App is in proper state before pairing.
a. Apple: LiveWire App must be closed before pairing.
b. Android: LiveWire App must be open before pairing.
2. Verify the phone is connected via Bluetooth to the Livewire instrument module (Bluetooth icon is blue).
3. Select the Navigation widget on the instrument display. It’s normal to see “No Nav” in the display prior to a route being pushed to the instrument.
4. Open the LiveWire App on your phone.
5. Select a route or a POI, then click the action boxes: Take Me There (not “send to bike”), then Continue, Start, and finally Let’s Ride
a. Turn By Turn (TBT) navigation should be running on the app and appear on the widget of the instrument display in place of where “No Nav” was previously displayed.
b. If TBT does not push to the instrument, close the app and re-open it and repeat step 3.
Plan and review the route before riding the motorcycle.
See Figure 8. The navigation widget displays turn by turn navigation information that has been entered into the connected device using the LiveWire App. This information includes street name (1), Next action icon (2), distance to next action (3) and time information (4) (either arrival time or trip duration).
1Street name
2Next action
3Distance to next action
4Time information
Figure 8. Navigation Widget
Table 2. Navigation Icons
Navigation paused
Navigation cancelled
No signal
Turn left
Turn right
Light left
Light right
Heavy left
Heavy right
U-Turn left
U-Turn Right
Keep left
Keep right
Keep middle
Enter highway left
Enter highway right
Keep left highway
Keep right highway
Leave highway left
Leave highway right
Roundabout left(1)
Roundabout right(1)
(1) The number in the center of the icon corresponds to the exit to be taken, counted from the entry into the roundabout.
See Figure 9. The music widget displays music information from a connected device. This information includes artist name (1), Song name (2), play pause icon (3) and either a playhead or album name (4).
Must be used with a connected device through a connected headset.
Integration with hand control functionality (play, pause, volume. etc) is only through LiveWire App.
1Artist name
2Song name
3Play/Pause icon
Figure 9. Audio Widget
See Figure 10. The phone widget displays current call status (1), caller ID or phone number (2), and answer with headset icon (3) (If connected to a supported phone).
Must be used with a connected device through a connected headset.
Incoming call must be answered through controls on a connected headset.
1Call status
2Caller ID/Phone number
3Answer with headset
Figure 10. Phone Widget
See Figure 11. The charging widget displays estimated time to full charge (1).
1Estimated time to full charge
Figure 11. Charging Widget