Workflow

Workflow
Step #1 Step #2 Step #3 Step #4 Step #5

Step #1

The fobs are still in range, or timers were not reset.

Pull out your phone or a timer and wait 45 seconds. This will allow timers to completely reset before testing.

Make sure fobs are in manual mode.

Check to make sure the fobs are in manual mode. The small tags on the fob will walk you through checking, or you can find more detailed instructions in our manuals.

Check stop/run wiring and connections.

Check and make sure you wired up the stop/run switch exactly how we explain in the manual. Otherwise, your system may not operate correctly. If this is a plug N play system make sure the stop/run connector is plugged into the stop/run harness. Trace the wires to verify. If this is a universal kit, ensure you made your connections exactly like the manual specifies, these can not be spliced in with wire taps.

Step #2

Check key fob batteries.

The fobs run off two (2) CR2032 batteries. These are deep cell batteries and must have at least 3.0 volts. If they are less than 3.0 volts, you need to replace them. Even a battery reading at 2.99 volts will lead to the fob not operating correctly. ***NOTE*** The LED lighting up is not an indicator of a good battery.

Check bike's battery.

Our system requires 10 volts to operate. If your bikes battery is below 10 volts you will need to charge it.

Check the ground wire.

Our system becomes the heart of your bike, so you must have a very good ground. It is highly recommended to ground the unit directly to the negative side of your battery.

Check stop/run wiring and connections.

Check your stop/run connections, you must have wired in your stop/run switch exactly as described in the manual or our system will not work properly. With the stop/run switch off check our grey wire for 12 volts, our grey wire should have at least 12 volts and our white wire with a black stripe should not have 12 volts. Turn the stop/run switch back on and both our grey and our white wire with a black stripe should have 12 volts. You can not tap into these wires.

Check main harness.

Check our main wiring harness, with your stop/run switch off, our red wire should have 12V. Turn the stop/run switch on and press the button on your fob, the red wire with black stripe should have 12V. The brown wire and red with white stripe are an independent circuit, whatever you put into the brown should be coming out the red with white stripe, when the stop/run is turned on and the unit is authorized with the fob.

Step #3

Check power and ground.

Our system requires a strong power and ground signal. Make sure the system is grounded directly to the battery and that are unit is getting at least 12 volts. If during cranking the battery is dropping below 10 volts, our system will reset.

Check fuses and relays.

Check to make sure all fuses and relays in the bike are good.

Check the bike's battery under a load.

Check to make sure your battery in the bike is not dropping below 10 volts during cranking. Otherwise our module will reset.

Check all wiring that you may have touched.

When installing our system on some bikes, you may end up having to unplug other connectors on the bike to have space to work. Make sure everything you unplugged or moved around is securely plugged back in.

Step #4

The fobs are still in range, or timers were not reset

Pull out your phone or another timer and wait for 3.5 minutes without touching the bike or the fob. This allows all timers to reset to get an accurate test of automatic mode.

Check where your fobs are.

Make sure that when you are setting the fobs down you are putting them on a solid surface (something that is not going to move or vibrate). If you are placing them on something that will move or vibrate like a washing machine, or a table people are bumping into, this will not give you accurate results.

Check where your surroundings.

Make sure you are not doing this test in a garage, shop or crowded parking lot, the RFID signal will bounce off the walls/metal/other vehicles and will give you a false range reading.

Step #5

Check your are in manual mode.

The fobs detect motion. Typically keeping the fob in your pocket and walking up to the bike is enough movement to trigger the motion detector. Give the fobs a good shake to make sure you are activating the motion detector

Check key fob batteries.

The fobs run off two (2) CR2032 batteries. These are a deep cell batteries and must have at least 3.0 volts. If they are less than 3.0 volts, you need to replace them. Even a battery reading at 2.99 volts will lead to the fob not operating correctly. ***NOTE*** The LED lighting up is not an indicator of a good battery.

Check key fob batteries if fob wont go into Automatic mode.

If the batteries in the fob start to get low the fobs will take themselves out of automatic mode and put themselves into manual mode, this is a safety feature to warn you that your fobs batteries need to be replaced

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