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Old June 5th, 2009, 10:44 AM   #1

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Immo 37.1 Code

Every time I wash my 1098S, I get the IMMO 37.1 code which I learned is a theft device code. I have a nifty air blower which i use to dry the bike but I still get the code. I have ridden through countless down pours for thousands of miles and have never gotten this code. I have taken out the loop antenna around the key and dried it off to no avail. Only after a few days of rest will she fire back up. I can put in the key code and it will start every time. Any suggestions?
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Old June 5th, 2009, 01:26 PM   #2
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hey there.. that seems like an annoying problem.
i have no idea what that will be.
Try your closest dealer.
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Old June 5th, 2009, 07:17 PM   #3
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Every time I wash my 1098S, I get the IMMO 37.1 code which I learned is a theft device code. I have a nifty air blower which i use to dry the bike but I still get the code. I have ridden through countless down pours for thousands of miles and have never gotten this code. I have taken out the loop antenna around the key and dried it off to no avail. Only after a few days of rest will she fire back up. I can put in the key code and it will start every time. Any suggestions?
Have you tried using your spare key?

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Old June 5th, 2009, 07:29 PM   #4
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Dealer needs to work on this. BMW had a bunch of ring immobilizer issues (bad sensor rings basically) that gave similar symptoms and also left a bunch of unhappy campers stranded when they failed totally. Should be a warranty issue. Post up what the tech finds.
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Old June 5th, 2009, 07:59 PM   #5
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Not really an answer, but a lot of us don't wash our bikes. I give mine a sponge bath every week but never hit it with the hose. Rust sucks.
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Old June 5th, 2009, 08:13 PM   #6
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Not really an answer, but a lot of us don't wash our bikes. I give mine a sponge bath every week but never hit it with the hose. Rust sucks.
not only that rust sucks but also the forks will
be filled with water as someone here a while ago
found water inside the tubes, not to mention
the open clutch damage.

The way I wash my bike "if not fully detailing it"
is using optimum no rinse wash and shine.

http://www.autogeek.net/optimum-no-rinse.html
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I have tried the spare key and it seems to make no difference. I made an appointment next week for the shop to take a look at it so I may get to the bottom of the problem. As far as not washing the beast, I ride all year round through sleet, snow and salt so it has to get a bath or it will corrode and rust away to nothing. On a side note, this is my 5th Duc and i have to say so far it's my favorite! A friend of mine just told me that a low battery may be the culprit, it's original so maybe that's it?

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Do you use a pressure washer? I'm sure the owners manual says not to.
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Old May 13th, 2010, 07:17 PM   #9
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I have same problem. If we trade antenna will solve problem? Mine appears after wash the bike since January!!! I blower air at conectors but doesn't solve the problem!!! hughhhhhh.....
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Any body can help me? I change antenna imobilizer but problem persist. So somebody have any idea to solve problem???? I will apreciate. Thanks
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I used to get this same problem, i found two fixes that have stopped it coming back. One, put a plastic bag over the key area of the bike when washing. Two, every few months take off the antenna and give it a good wipe over.

I went from having the error every time i washed the bike, to not having it once in the last year. Could be cooincidence or its fixed the prob?
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Old July 29th, 2010, 05:19 PM   #12
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I dont know what is. I got a problem after wash the bike. After a few days back to normal. After a second wash didn't come back. So i blow air in the plugs but didn't solve. I change a new antenna and didn't solve. I dont know next step to solve. ??????????
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I dont know what is. I got a problem after wash the bike. After a few days back to normal. After a second wash didn't come back. So i blow air in the plugs but didn't solve. I change a new antenna and didn't solve. I dont know next step to solve. ??????????
Guys..first of all...water and electronics dont work well together but your on the right way to blow all water off with compressed air...the 37 alarms are all from the bikes Immobilizer activations..there are 4 of them in total...what i did was to get the VDST and eliminated all 4 of them as i dont think my bike get stolen as my one is the only in town and there are only 2 in the whole country..the other one is a tricolor..
anyway...the immobilizer can be a PITA sometimes and the way to go from my opinion is the elimination and get a real alarm system instead if you do so..
the VDST is able to reset your TPS if needed and resets the service lights when it comes on...it will save you lots of $ in the future and it is around 250 bucks...very easy to handle and great tool...
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Let me borrow that VDST. :P
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Old July 29th, 2010, 06:52 PM   #15
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Let me borrow that VDST. :P
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
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