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Re: removal of battery
Hi .... On your fob you have a few options, you have to press the fob to place it in service mode.
1.Disarm 2.Turn ignition on 3.press and hold the smaller of the two buttons on the fob until you hear a beep.
This is service mode but you still get a beep every few seconds which will drive you nuts! It must have a backup battery built in because it continues even without the battery.
You can take it out of service mode by pressing the arm/disarm button.
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Did you switch the new battery over directly after you removed the old one? If so try disconnecting the car battery for a few hours, then when you put it back on put the live "red" on first then the "negative" black second. this often resets the immobiliser.
Hope that helps.
p.s in some cases with other makes you have to leave the battery off over night as the immobiliser if factory fitted has a battery backup built in. this needs to run dead.
p.s.s also try lock and unlock with the key not the remote.
I believe your rear brakes are mechanical though they could be hydraulic. This is not an easy repair, which ever method is used. It requires first and foremost, some way to hold up your bile while you remove the tire. Then you must remove the tire and drive train as well as other items ...
After the problem is repaired, there is reassembly and adjustment. Complicating the matter is possible corrosion on other parts of this 13 year old motorcycle.
My advice is for you to contract with your local Yamaha shop for this repair.