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I am removing the alarm from my 2004 LT and I reached the point where I need to set pins to turn of the fuel pump and starter. Which pins do I need to jumper for each?
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Re: alarm removal

Look here:

Alarm Bypass

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I used this procedure to remove the alarm but the jumpers do not match up. when I jump 3 and 4, it provides power to the starter but when I turn the key to start the bike the starter engages and continues to engage until I turn the key off. Pin 5 does not exist and is blank.

If I rehook up the alarm will it reset to off?
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It looks like the 04 is closer to the 05 I detailed in this article:

Later Alarms

Just follow the steps for the 12 pin connector and disregard the info on the locking connectors. I have looked at the diagrams for your year and that should get you going.

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Re: alarm removal

Thanks that did the trick. Of course I needed my wife to describe the colored wires to me since I am color blind. But once I set the jumpers as you described and I realized the fuse to the fuel pump had blown, the bike started right up.

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Glad it worked out.

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Re: alarm removal

one last problem, since I made the changes to remove the alarm, the right turn signal remains on the entire time while the bike is running. If the kill switch is in the off position the turn signal work as usual except that it flashes faster than the left.
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one last problem, since I made the changes to remove the alarm, the right turn signal remains on the entire time while the bike is running. If the kill switch is in the off position the turn signal work as usual except that it flashes faster than the left.
Hey, Ron - if you don't git'r fixed before Satiday, come on to Cheesy Janes in Boerne and Dave or Grif or somebody will scope it out for ya - they're good at blowin' thangs u......, I mean, fixin' thangs up real good.

BTW - if you don't have an alarm manual, I've got one I can loan ya if you wanna make a copy of the key pages. I'll brung it along.

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one last problem, since I made the changes to remove the alarm, the right turn signal remains on the entire time while the bike is running. If the kill switch is in the off position the turn signal work as usual except that it flashes faster than the left.
Geeze, These crazy germans can't stick with a design. I had you jump pin 10 to pin 2 and pin 6. Remove the jumper to pin 2 (blue/red) and you should be allright. The 05 and up needs this for the turn signals to function. Sorry about that.

On the others it is just an output from the alarm to pin 2 and pin 7 that flashes the left and right side blinkers from the alarm. That is why it was flashing all the time. I need to clean up my article and re-post it for the earlier bikes (2001-2004).

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Great Minds.............

I got home this evening and worked thru the problem and figure the same out. Everything is working great now. Now all have to do is wait for the FOB and information from Germany and I will reinstall the alarm.

Thanks for the help
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just an output from the alarm to pin 2 and pin 7 that flashes the left and right side blinkers from the alarm.
Also, if you can believe the factory wiring diagram, another pin is designated for sounding the horn as well. That wire was *not* implemented on my '01 LT

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Well Bob between your effort and mine no one should ever be stranded by a blown alarm.



We just all need to carry a few paper clips for jumpers now in addition to shift linkage ball studs, QD "o" rings, metal valve stems and final drives. .

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