BGN needs your help re. Datatool alarm

Discussion in 'UK Motorcycles' started by wessie, Feb 1, 2009.

  1. wessie

    wessie Guest

    The clumsy **** has dropped the Tiger at 2mph. Ice allegedly.

    The Wankatool 3 alarm has gone into a hissy fit. The bike won't start and
    when Nick turns off the ignition the alarm sets itself and immediately
    sounds the klaxon.

    He's tried to get it to enter "ferry mode" as I suggested it might be a
    dislodged tilt switch. This does not work.

    Any other clues?
     
    wessie, Feb 1, 2009
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    Timo Geusch Guest

    Take the fucking alarm and pound it into very small pieces?
     
    Timo Geusch, Feb 1, 2009
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    wessie Guest

    that was suggested many months ago
     
    wessie, Feb 1, 2009
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    YTC#1 Guest

    So, being gay he does not get the same treatment as a women ?
    :)
     
    YTC#1, Feb 1, 2009
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    Eiron Guest

    My wife is disabled so the RAC bent over backwards to accommodate her
    and came within half an hour. They should do the same for BGN.
    Is there a list of categories for special service?
     
    Eiron, Feb 1, 2009
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    Gingerpose Guest

    Dunno

    There should be an award for the most sublte innuendo(e)s in a post though.
     
    Gingerpose, Feb 1, 2009
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  7. He phoned me, and I told him there should be a blanking plug somewhere.
    All Trumf alarms are ready-wired into the loom. You just plug one in if
    you want it.

    If you don't have one, the other half of the plug socket has the
    blanking plug - basically, the other half of the connector block, which
    makes the circuits and allows the bike to run happily.

    So, you unplug the alarm, plug in the blanking plug, and away you go.

    But his didn't come with one.
     
    The Older Gentleman, Feb 1, 2009
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  8. Doubtful. Forwards, possibly.
     
    The Older Gentleman, Feb 1, 2009
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    wessie Guest

    (The Older Gentleman) wrote in
    You can achieve the same with a couple of short wires apparently. You just
    need to know which 2 pairs of pins to short out. If someone has a blanking
    plug handy then a minute or two with a continuity meter should find the
    fuckers.

    Both options are beyond Nick anyway...
     
    wessie, Feb 1, 2009
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  10. Well, yes, I can only agree :)
     
    The Older Gentleman, Feb 1, 2009
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    wessie Guest

    85.214.105.209:

    nearly 3 hours later and the tow truck has arrived
     
    wessie, Feb 1, 2009
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    Colin Irvine Guest

    Oh well. If there's such a thing as a nice drop, I guess 2mph is as
    close as it comes.
     
    Colin Irvine, Feb 1, 2009
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    ginge Guest

    *snort*
     
    ginge, Feb 1, 2009
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    BGN Guest

    It was 20mph, but I'm still here so I guess you're right.
     
    BGN, Feb 1, 2009
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    Colin Irvine Guest

    A commendably straight bat.

    And there's a joke there somewhere, if I could spot it.
     
    Colin Irvine, Feb 1, 2009
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    davethedave Guest

    I did that to mine. :) It never gave me any gyp after that.
     
    davethedave, Feb 3, 2009
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    davethedave Guest

    I did that to mine. :) It never gave me any gyp after that.
     
    davethedave, Feb 3, 2009
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  18. Using the patented Mavis Beacon "Hunt&Peck" Technique,
    typed
    He's probably been driven mad by pikey cunts using the cheesy server to
    post multiple times.

    Oh, wait...
     
    Wicked Uncle Nigel, Feb 3, 2009
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    ginge Guest

    Up a mountain shouldn't be so bad as at least the bike could be put in
    neutral and make it back down under gravity. Now in a valley OTOH..
     
    ginge, Feb 4, 2009
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    Champ Guest

    heh.
     
    Champ, Feb 4, 2009
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