Been reading the numerous posts since my 2000 LT would not start after sitting for awhile. Somehow my battery tender was disconnected. After charging I saw a flashing red light which I never saw before. I've only had the bike for about 5 months. The person I bought from advised he never had a key fob or knew it had an alarm on it. I did find a circular plug which is suppose the deactivate, but no luck. I found the alarm, obtained the number and the dealer obtained the 5-digit code; also bought a key fob....no luck in getting any of them to work.
Was trying to figure out how to bypass the alarm system via jumping the pins. Most of the posts for the bypass process mention a 12-pin plug. I don't see a 12-pin plug. I have a black 6-pin plug; a white 6-pin plug and a orange 8-pin plug. Also how do you know which pin is number 2, 6 and/or 10?
I just wanted to get it started so I can have it removed. Appreciate any help to get my 2000 k1200LT back on the road. Thanks for any help
This is what I have for an early alarm, have not verified it though.
6. Remove the alarm unit (optional...you could probably leave it in there, if you just wanted to by-pass it) Loosen the tie-wrap holding the canister, to get it out of the way, then find 3 or 4 philips head screws holding alarm bracket. Unplug cables. Lift alarm out, to bring back to workbench for later testing. Alarm part number BMW 65-75-2337-477.
---Orange plug providing pin 2=ground(brown), pin 3=power thru fuse F3(Red/White), pins 5 & 6 = turn signal bulbs, that flash via alarm (Blue/Black and Blue/Red). White plug providing pin 1=programming connector (Brown/White), pin 2=Switched power from keyswitch(Red/Green), pins 3 & 4= 2 (Black) wires, in a common sleeve--these need to be connected together to let fuel pump run, pins 5 & 6= 2 black, in another sleeve--these need to be connected together to allow starter relay to pick. ---
7. Put a jumper to connect pins 3 & 4 together, and another jumper to connect pins 5 & 6.
Hope you can use it.