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Offline BundyJD

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Re: Tiger 800 XC immobiliser
« Reply #20 on: March 17, 2021, 02:40:16 AM »
*Originally Posted by pme [+]
Just confirmed the price with jst, the guy said it was cheaper to buy direct from them rather than RS at only 196,46!!!!!!

bought these instead for 4.99 on ebay https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/36x-Car-Terminal-Removal-Tool-Wire-Plug-Connector-Extractor-Puller-Release-Pin/402735926398?hash=item5dc4ee8c7e:g:0m4AAOSw0KJgRfX7
36x Car Terminal Removal Tool Wire Plug Connector Extractor Puller Release Pin

spot on for the money!

I tried using a set of those to remove the pins, no luck.  Could have been operator error though.....

Offline BundyJD

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Re: Tiger 800 XC immobiliser
« Reply #21 on: March 28, 2021, 06:22:46 AM »
Well it looks like swapping the new antenna ring onto the old ignition switch has done the trick.

Took the bike for a long ride today to get it nice and hot.  Parked it back at home and checked it every 30 minutes or so for the next couple of hours and the immobiliser disarmed no problem.

So, for anybody else who finds themselves with the same issue and doesnt want to replace lots of components and get new keys encoded, Id recommend you try this.

The same ignition switch assembly part number is used on all of these Tiger models:


 


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