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Question about the color indication on the power button on the chief dark horse 2018.

When you bower on without having the fob the button suppose to be constantly red. Correct?
When you dial in you 4 digit activation code does the color changes to green? Or no color at all?

Likewise, if you power on with the fob near the bike, is the bower button suppose to be green or no color at all?
 

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The button color is always red.

When you power it on it will blink once, which means it pinged and recognized your fob.

When you power on without the FOB it will remain constant red as it is continuously seeking the FOB, but cannot find it so it stays lite. Once you dial in your code and hit the start button the light just goes out.

Also when you shift into gear under normal FOB operation the power button will blink again to reconfirm the FOB is in range.

The power button is never green.

The only green power button is the spot light button on the nacelle, which you would not have on a Darkhorse unless you add the spots. Currently, yours should just be a plastic plug. Branded of course!
 

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The button color is always red.

When you power it on it will blink once, which means it pinged and recognized your fob.

When you power on without the FOB it will remain constant red as it is continuously seeking the FOB, but cannot find it so it stays lite. Once you dial in your code and hit the start button the light just goes out.

Also when you shift into gear under normal FOB operation the power button will blink again to reconfirm the FOB is in range.

The power button is never green.

The only green power button is the spot light button on the nacelle, which you would not have on a Darkhorse unless you add the spots. Currently, yours should just be a plastic plug. Branded of course!
Thank you for your prompt explanation. For some reason I got confused and though that it used to turn green (or blue) after dialing in the pin. Perhaps I got confused because I do have the spot lights installed.
 

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