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post #1 of 5 Old 10-21-2012, 07:39 AM Thread Starter
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Anti theif system problem.

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I just got a new problem. My anti theif system seem alway at ON (or partially at ON). Even if I turn it OFF with the special key it still creating problems. Now I can ear a TIC-TOC-TIC-TOC when I turn ON the ignition or when I move the bike. And when it's happen the starter get desactivate. I have to wait 20 seconds (until it stop) before startingthe bike. The Tic Toc cotinue event when the bike is started...

I don't know what system have been put in the bike by the previous owner. Here a 3 photos of what I think is the 3 parts of the system. I can identify it.

Do you think it will be problematic to remove or repair? Or can you identify it?





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post #2 of 5 Old 10-21-2012, 10:02 AM
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Find the control module and all accessories of the alarm and remove it, make sure to repair any damaged wires. My $.02.

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Find the control module and all accessories of the alarm and remove it, make sure to repair any damaged wires. My $.02.
A blue 919!!! Who wouldn't want to steal it! I would leave it on and get it fixed bro

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post #5 of 5 Old 10-22-2012, 06:55 AM
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Find the control module and all accessories of the alarm and remove it, make sure to repair any damaged wires. My $.02.
This. Even if you wanted to put another alarm system in it, you'd need to do the above first.

Alarm systems are kind of silly on bikes in North America anyway; when a few guys can just lift it up and chuck it in the back of a soundproofed van in less than five seconds - which is the usual means of absconding with them now - an alarm isn't going to do a lot of good.

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