Re: Alarm no Start Issue
This discussion is timely, since I, too, am experiencing alarm problems, but do not wish to start another "alarm problem" thread. My '01 LTC (10-2000 build) with 106XXX miles has been on the maintenance stand this winter for some deer-damage work and a just slightly premature 12K service.
When I re-attached the batt cables, the alarm did its thing, but it did not respond to either the FOB (with fresh CR2032 and attempted sync) or the led device. It's a 12 yo machine with lots of miles--the alarm is no longer important to me. I researched the disarming threads, opened up the backend, located the twelve-pin connector and prepared to jump the appropriate pins only to discover that all wires--save two--are colored solid black.
With reference to the attached photo--and since the pins are not numbered--I assumed that the lower left pin in the white connector body is #1 and that the upper right pin in the black body is #11 (there is no twelfth pin). I jumped 3-to-11 and 6-to-10, turned the key to "on;" the bike performed an uncommanded start and ran normally. I was pleased to have outwitted the alarm, but the uncommanded start function is problematic.
Can anyone (jzeiler, perhaps) identify by number the pins in the photograph, or otherwise explain why the bike (mis)behaved as it did?
'01 LTC (Black)