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Lost FOB Bike wont' start

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Old 01-23-2009   #1
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Default Lost FOB Bike wont' start

I have a 2002 BMW KLT and took it in becasue I had flashing break lights. The dealer told be they would diagnosed the problem and that more than likely it would just involved resetting the computer.

A few hours later they come and ask me for the Alarm FOB which I have not seen for a long time (never use the thing).

Since I don't have it they say they will contact Germany for some work around code.

The next day the code comes by e-mail and they can't do anything because the code won't work. They advise the bike won't start because they alarm is locked and shuts everything down.

There has to be a solution. I cannot believe I am the first guy to misplace the stupid FOB.

Christian DeLoof
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