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Old August 8th, 2010, 06:40 PM   #16
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I fixed mine!!!! I reprogramed 2 keys and now key nš 2 works with no problem. Key nš 1 doesn't work yet. Transponder's of key 1 maybe has a problem. I will leave at dealer and see want we can do.
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Old August 8th, 2010, 07:03 PM   #17
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I fixed mine!!!! I reprogramed 2 keys and now key nš 2 works with no problem. Key nš 1 doesn't work yet. Transponder's of key 1 maybe has a problem. I will leave at dealer and see want we can do.

so..how did ya do that?
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Old August 9th, 2010, 05:20 PM   #18
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Programming the immobilizer
This instrument panel function enables programming of the Immobilizer System.
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Only 2 keys may be programmed.
insert KEY 1 (one of the two black keys) and turn the ignition switch from Off to On;
within 3seconds turn the ignition switch from On to Off;
within 15seconds insert KEY 2 (the other black key) and turn the ignition switch from Off to On;
within 3seconds turn the ignition switch from On to Off;
within 15seconds, insert again KEY X (either Key 1 or Key 2) and turn the ignition switch from Off to ON.
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Old June 6th, 2016, 01:40 PM   #19
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Well well,
I'm not shure if anybody is still online, after 5 years, but I'm going to describe my experience. I have a 6 years happy marriage with my MTS1100. No problem until this month.
All of a sudden my bike start saying "ERROR 37.1 - Immobilizer Antenna discovery" whatever.
It was a nice week, with two times back to service, asking friends and inspect the net.
It was a friend of mine who mention "You should check your battery working condition". My battery was 4 years old already but it was still alive. I mean I never had any problem. I pluged in a charger and VOILA I saw the light. I could say it seemed quite funny to me after A LOT OF TIME to discover something I thought not possible.
I don't know if this is your case but you never know. You could try it.
Sorry about my writing, I long left UK and my writing suffers.
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Old June 10th, 2016, 09:22 PM   #20
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i just sold it to my Australian friend cause i have the Microtec installed and with that thing you can do 1 million things additional
Ok what is this magic tool?
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Old January 4th, 2020, 04:26 PM   #21
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Hi not sure if anyone is still around after 10 years. Well I found the problem. Today I was riding in the rain my bike is as dirty as it comes. Went fine stopped in the rain for 2 hours got back on road back still started. Then after about 2 hours in the rain it wouldn't swing. Gave me immmo 37.2 fault. I am a master Tech at Ford so I know what to look for. It is indeed the key reader. All you need to do is loosen the black housing around the ignition and move the reader closer to the key. When it get wet the signal is to poor to give the start code you will see the light will go out. When I mean closer like around the black plastic of the key. Hope someone out there gets help from this.
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Old January 25th, 2020, 12:10 AM   #22
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Thanks Dan Man got it!!
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Old January 25th, 2020, 09:45 PM   #23
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Just to revisit this issue, the height of the antenna relative to the ignition key-lock is critical. Some had problems with this when they replaced (or added) a CF key surround, which slightly altered the height of the antenna.
I solved mine years ago (after fitting the CF part without the original one in place) by glueing the antenna onto the top of the ignition switch lock. Making sure the antenna is flush with the top of the key switch meant I never had the problem again.
I have never had the problem after washing mine (and I've washed it many times in 93,000 kms...) so it may be that it is more due to a wetter climate than the actual wash. (This is a very dry place, in spite of being by a lake and only a short distance to the ocean).
Glueing the antenna to the ignition switch requires a rubber spacer to fill the gap. Turns out a Harley handgrip provides the perfect section to cut a ring out of (!) but I'm not sure if it was the L) or R) side grip...
Perhaps a contributor who 'had a misspent youth' might be able to answer that.

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