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yes... with the ignition in neutral and the alarm armed press the left button on the fob as you hold it... the alarm will make a different sound and flash sequence to the arming/disarming double and single beep... the alarm is now in "service mode" and you can move ad rock the bike as much as you like... when you are done, press left button again to deactivate sevice mode, then arm as normal......
Go to http://www.carlsalter.com/motorcycle-manuals.asp , there are some repair manuals for older versions of yours (free) that might help, but I honestly think this is one of those modern bike computer problems.
The FOB is a security device that will help protect your bike. If it is far enough away (i think 20 feet) your bike will not start, Without the FOB the fuel pump will not run and the lights will flash on and off. When you come back to the bike with the FOB the bike will run normaly. So do not leave it with the bike unless you want it gone when you come back.