Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Athabasca, Alberta, short season & huge bugs
I can't find exactly what I wanted in the electronic manual, but I did find it in my own manual when I had the problem. Info starts on page 55 or 56. However, you may have to reset the FOB system by turning the ignition key to the on position, start the bike for a minute or two as well. Then turn the key off and remove it from the ignition and test the lock buttons. Your signal lights should blink once indicating locked, twice for unlocked. If there is a problem with the closure on any of the three compartments, the lights should blink 10 times. The trunk or bags will not open if the key is in the on or acc position, but they should lock or unlock. I would suggest you use the key to manually open the trunk and both bags and then re-close them to make sure they are latched properly. Also, test the red locate/panic button to see if that works. Horn should blow and the signals should flash. At least that will tell you if the FOB is active. It is possible that the battery you replaced is faulty, it can happen. Not to be condescending or anything but you did check the polarity of the battery when you installed it right?
grab all the kicks you can baby, you only make this scene once!
current rides: '09 GL1800AD "SENSHI"; 2003 RVT1000r (RC51) track bike... certified m/c addict. IDMWT #12. GWRRA #028890