Twice this week I've started riding and within a few seconds gotten a message on my display that my fob wasn't detected which started beeping the horn. Both times the fob was in my pocket.
Has anyone else experienced this?
Riding back from a 1000 mile trip Monday, on I-10 running about 75 when a message appeared NO FOB DETECTED. The bike didn't die or indicate any problem, and the message left and didn't return. Any ideas, perhaps a problem to come?
Well guys and gals,
I got my endorsement last month and yesterday I rode my first Indian Scout and I am in love! I have never had the want for a bike of my own...until now. Don't get me wrong, I love riding with Rich, it's so relaxing without a care in the world, but there is something about...
I go to the garage and roll the bike out to start her up and go to work, anddddddd.............. nothin!!!!
I try everything, I'm flipping switches, moving the kickstand up and down, pushing everything.
Dammit!!! So I push baby back into the garage and as I'm getting ready to turn the kill...
Hey guys went to go out for a quick ride and my key fob just stopped, my chieften has 160 miles and is a week old, the light comes on when I hit the saddle bag locks but it does nothing and the bike can't read it, anyone have this problem and is there a way to reset it without going to the dealer?
Can someone tell me where I can locate the Key Fob number? I opened the Fob and found a couple numbers....one four digit number and other longer number. Not sure if either of those are the correct number.