When replacing the electronic engine management control unit, you must follow a particular procedure for the registration of the immobilizer code
NOTE: DURING THIS PROCEDURE, WE RECOMMEND CONNECTING A CHARGE MAINTAINER TO THE BATTERY
ATTENTION: BEFORE REPLACING THE CONTROL UNIT, CAREFULLY READ THE PROCEDURE DESCRIBED BELOW
- Turn the key to OFF and wait approximately 20 seconds.
- Replace the electronic engine management control unit with a new one.
- Place the engine stop switch to RUN.
- Turn the key to ACC and make sure the immobilizer and engine fault warning lights are on. Then turn the key to OFF.
- Turn the key to IGNITION and try, only once, to start the engine. The engine should start and shut down immediately. The engine fault warning light should turn on and the error P1009 "Immobilizer" will be stored in the control unit.
- Wait approximately 10 seconds. The immobilizer light should turn on and stay on.
- The electronic engine management control unit enters the immobilizer code storage mode. Wait approximately 10 minutes until the immobilizer warning light turns off, continue the procedure.
- Within two seconds, quickly turn the key to OFF and then back on IGNITION. Wait approximately 10 minutes until the immobilizer warning light turns off.
- Repeat the procedure described at step 8 twice.
- Turn the to OFF and wait approximately 20 seconds.
- Turn the key to IGNITION and try to start the motorcycle to verify if he immobilizer code was stored in the electronic engine management control unit.
- Connect the diagnostic tool and clear the errors.
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WARNING: The makes and distinguishing signs of the vehicle manufacturers included in this document are only provided to inform the reader about the potential suitability of the said TEXA products to be used for the vehicles of the above-mentioned manufacturers. References to makes and models contained in this document are to be considered only as a rough guide.
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