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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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TT251 - July 14, 2006
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2007 Harley-Davidson Smart Security System Dealer Quick Start Guide
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TT251 - July 14, 2006
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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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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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