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|11-07-2019 08:01 PM|
|Cati||i need your help with my bike how can i contact you off line|
|11-05-2019 07:24 PM|
Originally Posted by ecu-master View Post
|07-15-2017 02:33 AM|
I still only have one black key after 1 year...I bought a chipped blank and still haven't had it cut and coded.
|07-22-2016 06:18 PM|
Originally Posted by PhilMeUp View Post
|07-22-2016 02:22 PM|
Originally Posted by mmanning69 View Post
Read the various manuals, etc, last night.
I bought my bike at auction, but was able to contact the owner and get the code card and two original keys from him. He bought the bike new.
There are no red keys for the 696, just the two black ones. Sounds like the codes are essential though - make a photocopy of the card or make a note of the codes somewhere safe.
|07-16-2016 09:28 PM|
Originally Posted by mambopalace View Post
|07-16-2016 03:31 PM|
|Burgicide||I could use your help. I only have 1 black key 2012 796 ABS|
|02-15-2016 11:57 AM|
Originally Posted by czawadzski View Post
|10-23-2015 08:26 PM|
lost keys need help
so I recently bought a 2003 monster 620, only came with 1 black key and the previous 2 owners don't have the red key. and I just lost the only key for it. how would I go about getting a new key?
|05-30-2013 06:12 PM|
Only a black key
I have a 2004 M800ie with only a black key. I got a blank and took it to a local locksmith. They duplicated the key and cut the blank. It worked fine. Cloning the black keys works. I even got the locksmith to write down the key codes that she read from the machine. There were two of them. I'm not sure what encoding scheme they use that has two codes.
I do not know what situation requires a red key unless it is to reenable a locked security system. I have been told (or read) that the red key enables you to make new black keys using the bike electronics.
To get new blanks or get your black key cloned by mail visit www.allmotorcyclekeys.com. Located in Maine, USA. Jim has been helpful and is an interesting person to speak with. My key was $15 US and still is.
There is another situation that I don't like. A person started my bike with my mechanical key that does not have a transponder. He used a device that he called a 'zapper'. He turned the mechanical key in the lock and triggered the zapper. It started the bike several times over a few days with only the first try not working. The 'zapper' was not his and got returned to the owner. I was not allowed to ask who that was.
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