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I have just got hold of an 05rr but i have a few problems!!! the rear was damaged and form teh loom at the rear of teh bike 4" form teh alarm system there are two wires one pink one yellow??? where do they go? what is missing? hope someone can help???

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A yellow wire is used for the crank postion sensor and a pink goes the speed sensor and instrument panel, hope this helps

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It sounds as if your alarm system is shorting out. It could be caused by a bald spot on the B+ (red) lead of your system's power lead or it may be the result of a strand or two of wire that has been left outside the terminal lug with which the wire is attached to the vehicle's electrical system. The stray wires, if they come in contact with your car's body, open a new path to charge your alarm system so that it will restart again and again. The only way to find if either of these conditions is true is via a close visual inspection of the terminal lug and wiring. You will have to detach the power and ground lugs for your alarm system so that the lugs are free and so that you can check the alarm's wiring loom. Look closely at the power lug, using a magnifier if you have to, to see if there are any stray wires. If you cannot find any stray wires, even under magnification, check for chafing on the power lead (red) by running your finger along the wire as far as you can. You will likely find at some point that the individual wires will run into a binder that may or may not be armored. Unless this binder or the loom or wires it contains has been damaged, it is unlikely you will find the short here. It is more likely that the power lead has chafed and is rubbing against your car's body and is shorting out, causing the condition you are indicating. To fix this, you can obtain fusing tape at your local hardware store. (Fusing tape is self-annealing tape that you wind around a wire to restore its insulating layer.) To use it, you remove a length and wrap it around the wire from the point where it exits a loom, if it does, all the way to the attachment lugs or molex plug (some systems use mating molex plugs to provide good attachment points that you can connect and disconnect, at times, for maintenance). It is also possible that one of the other wires in the alarm's power loom, wires that control energizing your car's door locks, trunk and the remote start system (if your car is equipped with one). If this doesn't solve the problem, you will have to trace the wires from their attachment point to your car's power system, usually at or near the battery, to the mating lugs, to find the troublesome short. This type of problem is also known as an intermittent and it takes time to find.

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Hi, Davidalan and the usual suspects are:
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Sounds like you will be spending quite a while at your garage repairing a damaged loom and then sorting the alarm system out. Was it a stolen vehicle that has been recovered I wonder. Check the DVLA records.

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Best bet would be just to trace all the black wires as take them out, especially as you could have a live and the way in which it is immobised could be comprimised (your bike could immobilise as your riding)

You could get a new alarm fitted and the engineer would take out the old wiring as he goes allong, best systems are the Acumen ones.

Being as someone has tried to steal your bike allready it would be advisable to get a decent security chain as the way things are now its not a matter of if they will be back but when.

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Hi, Kenny2shoes it should be noted that the reasons your FI light stays on constantly or flashes and your bike will or will not start and may turn over or not, these conditions will vary from bike to bike depending on the year, make, and model and you should always refer to your owners/service manual for proper diagnostic procedures. It should also be noted that any type of prior work done to the bike or an abnormal event occurrence IE: adding accessories, electrical curiosity/adventures, laying the bike down/crashes, rain storms/bike washings just before FI light issues started can be significant hints/aids into tracking down the gremlin. The newer the bike the more sensitive the ECM becomes and will not let the bike start when aftermarket accessories have been installed without being reprogrammed. That being said the usual suspects are:
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Hi i fit another make of alarm, you may need to buy a bike specific loom from acumen, or hard wire it...( the plugs you have found are used by the dealers for diagnostic plugins like re seting error codes, do not remove these plugs)

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Yesterday the Remote would not un-lock the vehicle. The battery in the remote has been checked and seems ti be OK. I managed to open the vehicle (coat hanger through rubber on door method), when opening teh door the alarm went off (hooter etc). I placed the remote in the de-activating housing but it did not de-activate the alarm. I am now driving around with the flashers going for 20 seconds or so every time I open a door, but teh vehicle drives (I took out the hooter fuse to keep my sanity)..

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If there is any exposed bare wires near metal - tape them up!
Finding a short must be done methodically along each part of the system 1 bit after another
Bikes of this age tend to suffer from broken or worn bare wires in the loom around the headstock as its the only area where the loom is constantly moved
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