Question about 1989 BMW K 100 RT
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If I remember correctly (long time ago so rate me kindly even for the suggestion). i think you turn the key for the helmet lock (on side of bike). it might turn one way for helmet lock and the other for the seat lock. Same key as ignition.
Seat locks do get rusty and sticky. If it is not moving, try prying up the right side of the seat a bit to look under to see if you can unlatch it manually by moving anything under there. Also try the BMWbikes forum for suggestions - it has been a long time for me. Those guys live it every day.
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Posted on May 05, 2011
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