Datatool alarm

13 Posts | Latest reply on 12/12/2016 21:50:15 by chopperray1 | Go to original / last post
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Paxo79

In: Newport
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Hi. Hoping someone can help. Had my 98 hornet now for nearly 2 years and it came with a Datatool alarm already fitted. Apart from remote batteries I've had no issues at all, until today. For some reason the alarm keeps sounding a few minutes after the alarm has activated itself. Nothing has changed. No idea what system it actually is except the remote has 2 buttons with a triangle and circle
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shelleygirl

In: Yarnfield
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Have a look on Datatool website site i had issues with mine and found info on there . You should be able to work out which alarm you have                                                                                                                                                                              
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Paxo79

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Thanks. I did that and established (I think) which one it is but whoever fitted it didn't put the led warning where I can see it (in fact can't find it all) and also some other sensor I have no idea of location of. I deactivated the motion sensor which seems to have helped but obviously means it isn't doing its job properly so might be time to remove it anyway before it really annoys me lol
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Wills

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I'd be tempted to go for the full-on approach, and phone Datatool directly. They may well pass you down the line to your nearest dealer, but that way you should get some proper advice.                                                                                                                                                                             
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I hope you get it sorted Paxo                                                                                                                                                                             
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Paxo79

In: Newport
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Thanks. Well so far, as long as I remember to deactivate motion sensor it appears to be ok                                                                                                                                                                              
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jinx57

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Hope your Datatool Alarm Settled down,My Triumph 600 Speed four had a Datatool 3 alarm that fried half the electrics on the bike when it decided to randomly malfunction,cost £60 to have completely removed,looking on internet was shocked to see just how many people posted exactly the same problem,regardless of bike model.I bought a expensive lock,chain,and a cheap mercury micro switch alarm to fit under seat hump for less than the cost of replacement key fob...be warned ,datatool alarms can be an expensive liability...:(>
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Stuie.

In: Holmfirth
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To be honnest when they start to play up normaly tge best thing to do is remove before it becomes a liability. 

Sorry to sound negative but have been left high and dry on the side of the road too often due to after market alarm/immobilisers. 

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bikergoth

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hi, its really easy to remove, I've taken 2 off my own bikes in the past year due to problems, data tool are a waste of time, I've phoned them a few times and am barred off there Facebook page...
if you google it theres instructions online.
I've done a few for customers at the side of the road, just buy a big chain
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yarg

In: Birmingham
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It sounds like you have the VETO EVO.  That model is now discontinued but the full operating instructions can be downloaded from their site.
 I have had one of those and you could have put it in service mode.                                                                                                                                                                             
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colefit

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Interesting. I have one that came factory fitted to my Daytona 955i which I bought new.  15 years old earlier this month and never had a problem.                                                                                                                                                                             
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chopperray1

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try changing the batteries?                                                                                                                                                                             
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chopperray1

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try changing the batteries?                                                                                                                                                                             


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