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Okay, I've searched the wisdom and faq's, but I can't find direct answers to my questions, and not having the original manual yet, I am forced to ask here.

1. ABS lights flash every time I start the bike, until I start moving forward. Bike just had brake system serviced and said all was good. Normal?

2. Every time I want to start it, I have to first press button "A" on the fob, looked to try to find the re-prorgaming plug for the alarm, but can't find it. anybody have a pic of where to look, what it looks like? I don't need / want an alarm or immobilizer.

3. What does the toggle switch on the left side under the lift handle do?

4. And finally, how do I program radio stations as presets in the radio? (I know, I'm stupid!)
 

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Thanks Les - I may just do that if I can't figure some of it out. Thanks for the offer!
 

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davewrit said:
Okay, I've searched the wisdom and faq's, but I can't find direct answers to my questions, and not having the original manual yet, I am forced to ask here.

1. ABS lights flash every time I start the bike, until I start moving forward. Bike just had brake system serviced and said all was good. Normal?

2. Every time I want to start it, I have to first press button "A" on the fob, looked to try to find the re-prorgaming plug for the alarm, but can't find it. anybody have a pic of where to look, what it looks like? I don't need / want an alarm or immobilizer.

3. What does the toggle switch on the left side under the lift handle do?

4. And finally, how do I program radio stations as presets in the radio? (I know, I'm stupid!)
1. Normal
2. Look in the file section for the manual
3. No idea
4.Look in the file section for the manual
 

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I am retired, so that makes me available any time.
The flashing light is normal when you start out. It is checking the ABS and needs to roll, like 3 miles per hr. for it to go out.
The switch under the seat could be your seat heater--though that is generally on the right hand side.
I do have a radio guide at home, could even copy and send to you.
 
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