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I Was Visiting A Friend At A Restaurant, When I Want To Leave The Remote Was Not Able To Disarm The Alarm And Immobiliser. A Lot Of Cars Alarms Were Going Off For No Reason, But This Was Where The Problem Started.

Bmw Obtained The Code And Used The Code To Start The Bike, But For Some Strange Reason The Information Did Not Want To Store In The Memory. If You Switch The Bike Off You Start From Scratch Using The Key And The Code. Bmw Then Check All The Fuses, Reprogrammed The Unit Disconnecting It Follow The Steps Of Earthing It Etc. Resynchronising The Remotes With No Success. Bmw Also Changed The Sealed Unit Also With No Success. Any Suggestion Of What Else We Can Try??
 

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Often the dealers don't use the correct programming process. I have re-worded it in this article http://www.bmwlt.com/files/displayimage.php?album=15&pos=32] Program [/font]

If that is not sucessful and you wish to bypass the alarm altogether use http://www.bmwlt.com/files/displayimage.php?album=15&pos=28] Link to bypass [/font]
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Re: Alarm/ Central Locking/ Immobiliser System K1200lt 2004 New Look

I Was Visiting A Friend At A Restaurant, When I Want To Leave The Remote Was Not Able To Disarm The Alarm And Immobiliser. A Lot Of Cars Alarms Were Going Off For No Reason, But This Was Where The Problem Started.

Bmw Obtained The Code And Used The Code To Start The Bike, But For Some Strange Reason The Information Did Not Want To Store In The Memory. If You Switch The Bike Off You Start From Scratch Using The Key And The Code. Bmw Then Check All The Fuses, Reprogrammed The Unit Disconnecting It Follow The Steps Of Earthing It Etc. Resynchronising The Remotes With No Success. Bmw Also Changed The Sealed Unit Also With No Success. Any Suggestion Of What Else We Can Try??
 

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Re: Alarm/ Central Locking/ Immobiliser System K1200lt 2004 New Look

Thanks I just made a mistake with the year model it is a 2004 sorry.
 

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For some reason my links did not work in my previous post. Try this Program Link .

For the alarm system programming there is no "earthing" involved. That is why I think they were using the wrong method. Try the link this time.
 
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