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Old August 25th, 2018, 09:23 PM   #1
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New owner of a 1098, IMMO 37.1

Hey everyone,
I've already searched and most issues with these codes are water ingress or the immobilizer ring isnt seated properly. Bike cycles on but wont start.
I checked the immobilizer ring and it looks okay, connector looks good too. Not sure if there would be a resistance value of it to tell if its good or not electrically though.

The previous owner didnt have a code card from his previous owner and its been sitting for a while in a garage so no need to worry about water ingress. Was wondering if anyone had any ideas.

Is there an actual immobilizer override for these things? I saw sequences where most involved twisting of the throttle and all those variances didnt work for me so I'm stumped.

Some say you need a new dash cluster, some an ECU, but I'm not going to start throwing parts at it, expensive parts no less just for the heck of it. Is there a way to narrow down that IMMO 37.1 code more specifically?

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Old August 25th, 2018, 09:40 PM   #2
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Obviously out of your league. Sell the bike. Search function is beyond your skill so obviously any repairs will also be...
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Old August 25th, 2018, 10:00 PM   #3
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Hey everyone,
I've already searched and most issues with these codes are water ingress or the immobilizer ring isnt seated properly. Bike cycles on but wont start.
Clearly someone can't read so I would be questioning who's league even reading is out of but thanks for the warm welcome dude. Instead of trying to be snarky about it why not actually offer a non-cunty response?

I'm a journeyman automotive mechanic and have two other bikes of which i've worked on but none are ducati's hence asking on the forum but if i wanted to hear a dbag id just go turn on my ps4 and play gta online. Thanks pal
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Old August 26th, 2018, 12:15 AM   #4
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Check the ducati.ms forum, this forum is toast.
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Old August 26th, 2018, 12:53 PM   #5
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3 things you can do.
1.- Bypass the kickstand switch with a boby pin or wire across the conector. Its a loop circuit so a wire or bobby pin will do.
2.- Check the magnetic switch that is attached inside the ignition key guard some times it falls so it cant read the key because its out of range.
3.-i posted smetime in the how to section some instructions on changing settings on 1x98 and 848 I think its called hidden directory and if my memory servesme right there is an option on how to disable the immobilizer but, it does not work on all bikes but is worth a try to check it out.
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Old August 26th, 2018, 06:07 PM   #6
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It could be related to the sender that sits around the ignition switch. I had a similar problem intermittently after I fitted a carbon keyswitch surround.
It appears the height of the sender compared to the ignition switch is reasonably critical. If the key switch surround has been replaced or misaligned that could be the problem.
Just try setting the height of the sender to exactly where it would sit with the stock arrangement. Mine hasn't done it again since I did that (years ago now).
Not sure why you got that negative reaction to your question. I guess you're expected to research extensively before asking a question.
Good luck with sorting it.
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Old August 26th, 2018, 08:38 PM   #7
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Don`t let the dickheads put you off mate, there is some good people here. Good luck solving your problem.
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Sometimes if I washed my 1198 I got that immobiliser error.
To prove it's the coil that reads the key that sits under the ignition switch surround, undo the 2 bolts that hold it down, lift it up say 5-10mm and try start the bike.

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Old September 1st, 2018, 02:13 AM   #9
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The upper edge of the 'antenna' - the black ring that sits around the ignition switch - should be level with the top of the ignition switch.
Fitting those carbon covers can push it down a little. I left the whole stock (heavy) rubber part that the antenna mounts to off, and just fixed my antenna onto the ignition switch.
That way I have the carbon cover only, save a few grams, and I don't have to have the antenna 'tying' the surround to the bike, or have to unclip or reconnect the antenna.
And it's never given trouble again for years now, and many miles. Maybe try doing that, if only by way of elimination.
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Old September 2nd, 2018, 12:39 AM   #10
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If it's cranking over then I seriously doubt you have an immobiliser issue. I recently sorted a similar problem on an ST3 that showed the same Immo error and the owner was convinced this was the problem. After tinkering for a few minutes I realised the fuel pump was not priming when the key was switched on. The ECU will not produce spark, nor will the dash light up (on some models) unless the fuel pump has primed on these bikes.

I slipped in a new fuel pump relay and away it went. The sockets these relays plug into are common for corrosion even if not subjected to weather or neglect so do check the contacts inside at the same time. The relays are located on the rear end of the battery box and are a bit difficult to access.

Best of luck and please let us know how you go.

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Old September 15th, 2018, 02:21 AM   #11
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This is interesting--I have a 2007 1098 that occasionally will not start with key on, after pressing starter button. Just nothing. So, I turn the key off, then switch it back on, press starter and it starts up. I was always wondering could cause this--maybe it's the immobilizer ring mentioned here. I do have a carbon ignition surround, need to check ring height. Thanks for the good info.
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I have two keys for my 1198. After washing the bike, without fail, one of the keys will give an immo error, and the other will work fine. If you have two keys, then try both.
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Id like to know how this situation got remedied. So many times a thread like this gets started and no update on the repair is revealed. Sure would make these forums more enjoyable...and popular


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