I've got the instructions for a Meta M351 if they're any use to you?
meta m531a...bike bat went dead..now alarm will not disarm .tried with both fobs...any help...pls
:burnout: thanks all,,, i will try holding 4 ...30 second...thanks.. tryed did not work will put some new bateries in ad try agan......and the kill switch is ok.but both fobs not work..dont think its the batteries but will try....is ther not a flasher thing ..u count the indicator flashers..or some thing like that...a service manual might say it
Owner of the most immaculate motorcycles since 1979 ....
Count Steer wrote
Hmm..a bit in the dark really. A quick trawl around the web wasn't much help...apart from finding a few people with exactly the same problem - but no posted solutions. Has it got an internal back-up battery? When my Spyball went berserk after the dealer disconnected the bike battery to do some wiring...they ended up leaving the battery disconnected for a couple of days (to flatten the back-up battery so that the alarm reset...and then 'reregistered' the plipper. It sounded like hocus pocus to me but it worked).
Do you have the red plastic square with the code on it - you need to turn the ignition key on and off in relation to the number of flashes on the LED, - to the same number on the red plastic card that comes with the alarm - then you press the fob at a certain point to recode it. It's a right faff though and takes a great deal of patience to get it right.I have the instructions here to do it if you want me to scan them - but you need the red plastic card with the code on.Also - the unit goes into sleep mode - mine did this - just put the key in the ignition - turn it on then off - this "wakes" the system and the fob should work.I had a problem with mine - the batteries lasted about a week, so had to keep taking them out - ended up buying a new fob ( £40 ) which is when I discovered the joys of recoding Spokey
hi... dont have it .. poo...did not no u needed it when bought bike,got all paperwork with it....live and learn....
Whoah. When my alarm got taken over by the devil there was no programming it by the flashes or beeps. The thing had completely lost it as far as the plipper was concerned. (I'll pass over the time it kept immobilising while I was riding the bike )Have you got it back to 'install status' and flattened the back-up battery?Have you tried getting in touch with Meta?
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