The fob lights up suggesting it has battery (I've also put new batteries in just in case) but the bike alarm is not remotely disarming on my zx12r. Put the key in the ignition and the alarm sounds for 30secs as it should. The first time this happened was when we were just about to set off again after having stopped for lunch on a big rideout - I got left behind but the alarm disarmed an hour later having worn my thumb to bare bone pressing the button on the fob. Now it won't switch off at all.
Datatool were all too quick to suggest I need a new circuit board but I've also read about the alarm 'spiking' when the bike uses a trickle charger...which I leave the bike on constantly. What is this spike and is it something I can remedy myself?
I really don't want to get bent over by an alarm installation place so any help would be greatly appreciated.
this may not be what you want to hear but i had no end of trouble with a datatool evo alarm not disarming the same as you. my solution was to take it off. £25 and i could guarentee the bike would turn over then. they even labelled it up so it could be put back on as all the wires are black.
if your insurance isn't much different without one i'd say take it off.
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First how old is the alarm, as the S4 has a 3 yr warranty, second I am suprised that Datatool said you need a new circuit board as you cant fit a new one, its encapsulated and you cant "spike" a S4
the problem you are describing is a problem that happens every now and then but usually within the first year of use.
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Interesting, I have just developed the same problem with my S4.
It is about 4 years old now, was working perfectly.Never before have I used a winter battery conditioner, just let it kill the battery and buy a new one in summer. Then this winter came and I decided to fit a trickle charger for the winter hybernation.
Guess what, now it wont disarm. Phoned Datatool and they told me to throw it away and but a new one. Sent an email to their Support Center with regards to sending the unit and fob back to them for recoding as it is printed in the user book.
Guess what " To this day I am still waiting for Datatool to respond"
Saddly it would seem the only recourse is to take the cursed thing out,
at least that way I can get to ride my bike.
Very simple to remove, simply open the harness up and trace the wires back using a bike wiring diagram. Simmmplessss
Last year I bought hayabusa (2008) with datatool S4 RED fitted. Over the winter battery in the bike gone flat. After the battery have been recharged the remote control does not work, does not disarm the alarm. I replaced the battery in remote control also however it does not help (spare one does not work also). There in no PIN entered so I can not use PIN to turn the alarm off. I'm unable to disarm the alarm and start my bike.
For charging I removed my battery from the bike.
Is there anything I can do to start my bike? I have no chance to go to datatool dealer as I'm outside UK.
Does it tak long to remove the alarm? How to start with it?
Thank you for your help
got problems of my own now. own a sv 650 sport k6 n the datatool s4 alarm wont disable when i press the grey button. in fact it doesnt do anything unless i switch the ignition on, which sets the alarm off for the 30 seconds. i have a pin code but id rather remove the alarm than have to do that every time. i checked the alarm fuse which was ok until i pulled it out and snapped one of the legs off. i cant be bothererd with it any more so if someone knows the procedure to remove it i would be very grateful. i have no problem with ripping the thing out but i dont want to cause further problems with the bike. someone also told me that suzukis have the alarm wired into the immobilise, or summit like that, n that it was harder with a suzuki.
chris pm me as im mobile and can come remove the alarm and make good the loom so you have no more issues.
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I have a suziki hayabusa on a 57 plate. It has a factory fitted, datatool s4 system, that will not turn itself of using the fobs. and is always energised thus disabling the bike, it is wired through the loom, all cables to it are black, is there a way of removing it and reconnecting the loom so that the bike works
Yes, it's pretty straight forward, but how do we know you haven't nicked it?
anyone in west yorkshire that can remove this alarm ?
anyone in west yorkshire that can remove this alarm? thanks
i have a 2003 SV650 with Datatool System3 ... it wont disarm... the only way I can start it is to set off the alarm and then disarm and turn the ignition... sometimes this works... sometimes taking the in-line fuse out and replacing it works too... Have been told to buy a System4 as the 3 is quite old now, but it appears others are having the same trouble with the system4!!!
In Central London not having an alarm is not an option due to the insurance policies insisting on a Thatcham / immobiliser.
I will try to fit a new fuse holder and fuse alongside the existing one... this really isn't my field!
Mine wont' disable all the time... Usually when the bike has been left for a few days. The solution is always to put the key in, and when the alarm sounds, turn it off with the fob...
what i did is took off the battery and put it on charge as it was flat, and let the alarm go till the internal battery in the alarm went dead ( stuffed it with rags to keep the noise down).
reconnected the battery turned on the ignition, alarm went off, and disabled straight away after i pressed the button on the fob...
but i would still love to get the thing off, as all it does is kill the battery..
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