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I have put a new battery in the key fob but it lights up but wont let the alarm come off. The old key fob still works. Is there a sequence I need to go through to fix the problem . The old key fob still works so it cannot be the bike. The bike is an 1100 Rt BMW. Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I love my R1150RT. It is smooth, it has a lot more lug at lower RPM than the older modles (2003 and before models with 1 spark plug). The modifications with 2 spark plugs have cured all the surging. Should you want a smooth, reliable, comfortable and high speed touring bike, I would sauggest this bike is the best.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
There is a simple way to fix it as I've discovered. Start your bike, if lights are flashing ride for a mile or two applying the rear brake a few times. Stop the bike and place on centre stand. switch off motor then restart. Your flashing lights should have gone. Why the flashing happens is if you ride and use your rear brake rarely and then your bike sits for a day or two without use your rear brake assembly fully retracts, ie pads away from disc and ABS gizzmos inactive. The ABS sensor unit then reports extended non use pattern to the onboard 'brain' which activates the warning mode of flashing lights. This has worked for me several times over the last 5 years when its occured. Full ABS operations return. Tried it on a mates bike and it fixed same problem on his.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
I have just today had the same prob when I briefly disconnected the battery to clean the terminals. When I connected the battery again the flahers went off but not the siren, couldn,t get the flashers to stop unless I disconnected one terminal on the battery but even then I could hear the alarm ticking.Tried he solution already suggested to you but as soon as I touched the turn switch the siren sounded. Silenced this by pressing the fob & that seemed to reset the system. At least it,s silent now & nothings flashing.Trouble is my battery is now pretty flat so difficult to know if the prob is actually cured. Hope this helps. Nothing to lose by giving it a go.If you find out more would you let me know. Thnx. Barry
Posted on Apr 03, 2010
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