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python 1000esp on a honda rc51 2002


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ericherm1 
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Posted: June 10, 2010 at 7:29 PM / IP Logged  

Hey all, you guys have been the most helpful forum that I've used for the past 7 years. 

My problem is I just bought a new bike; 2002 Honda RVT1000R RC51.  I bought it used and it came with a pre-installed Python 1000exp alarm.  It didn't come with any transmitters so I picked on up off of eBay.  Now I'm having a huge problem trying to program the transmitter.  The alarm does not have the valet switch installed but has everything else i.e.; shock sensor, tilt sensor. 

I hooked it back up to the battery and all it does is go off.  I have both the installation guide and the owners manual that I downloaded and no where in them does it show or explain how to program a transmitter from power loss.

So currently I'm stuck with a triggered alarm when I put the primary fuse in.

HELP !!!!   please!! :)

Thanks,

Eric

ericherm1 
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Joined: January 09, 2005
Posted: June 10, 2010 at 9:09 PM / IP Logged  

I need to explain a little bit more. 

There is no Valet switch.  I tried the gheto version of what the installation manual says by turning on the ign and pressing the valet swtich 1-5 times; my version was putting a flat head screw driver on the brains output for the valet switch eg; same concept as the switch, did not work.

Any pointers from the experts?


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