2012 Super tenere. Stolen got it back, need help to bypass the immobilizer

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Not all Gen 1s will do this. I had a 2013 Gen 1 bought in Éire and a friend of mine had the same year Gen1 bought in N Irl. He could change from mph to kms/h but mine could not.
 

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Not all Gen 1s will do this. I had a 2013 Gen 1 bought in Éire and a friend of mine had the same year Gen1 bought in N Irl. He could change from mph to kms/h but mine could not.
OK but it doesn,t say all gen 1 bikes it says UK bikes
 
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Hi! If it got stolen, do tou have insurance? Because it look like a insurance job.
The lock , key and dashboard all work together and cannot be separate. I think you’ll have to find a complete dash, ignition ton repair your bike.
Like I said ask your insurance.
 

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I was thinking about that as I fell asleep. Has the insurance paid off on it? Should you even have the bike back? Will it become a Salvage Title? This could wind up being several thousand in repairs. I know the ecm is over a grand.
 

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It still seems to me you should be able to relearn the chip part of the system to the rest of the system. Does the Canadian parts fiche sell the ignition switch as a package with the rest of the parts? If they need to be replaced as a package the fiche would show a balloon around the whole set of parts. Otherwise how would they be "matched"?
 

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Outstanding! Look at that. Thanks for that. The fiche that I'm seeing don't even show the luggage locks with the ignition.
 

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Thinking about this you should just be able to replace the ignition switch and key reader. A locksmith should be able to key it to match your existing keys. You still have keys and red key that matches the ECU so once there’s a reader to tell the ECU what key is in the switch that matches it should work.
 

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Unless the reader ring isn't just generic and has to see a specific frequency. Still, having the original red key matched to the ecu, damn, that should work, I just don't know after seeing that Canadian parts fiche. It's a set.
 

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From what I've read previously the immobiliser is very effective. It can't be bypassed, otherwise thieves would do just that. Sorry but I think you're going to have to spend some money on this one to get it running again. As dannyv says, you could get a USA ECU, but they can only display mph. There is no ability to switch over to kmh.
I think it's the other way around. Canadian models can't show MPH.
 

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Unless the reader ring isn't just generic and has to see a specific frequency. Still, having the original red key matched to the ecu, damn, that should work, I just don't know after seeing that Canadian parts fiche. It's a set.
What do you mean by Canada fiche
 

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One gentleman put up a grab from a Canadian parts fiche showing all the parts as a unit.
 

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Hola a todos,

El año pasado me robaron mi tenere, me lo devolvió con un cilindro de llave amolado. La bicicleta se puede encender con un destornillador, pero no se puede arreglar porque el lector de transpondedor de la llave está roto. Me pregunto como una solución barata por el momento, ¿puedo de alguna manera ejecutar pinzas de cocodrilo desde el cableado que conduce al inmovilizador de llaves alrededor de la llave de valores para crear un bucle. ¿Hay alguna forma de que pueda hacer un sistema jerry aparecido para que el ecu pueda detectar la vieja llave aunque el cilindro de la llave esté dañado?
Hola amigo por qué no subes fotos de tu diagrama y a si lo comparamos con otros diagrama, quisas a todos sepamos a solucionar tu problema,yo vivo en el país de México y el diagrama de mi moto es así (sube tu diagrama de tu moto)







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Hola a todos,

El año pasado me robaron mi tenere, volvió a mí con un cilindro de llave descascarado. La bicicleta se puede encender con un destornillador, pero no arranca porque el lector del transpondedor de la llave está roto. Me pregunto, como una solución barata, por el momento, ¿puedo de alguna manera ejecutar pinzas de cocodrilo desde el cableado que conduce al inmovilizador de la llave alrededor de la llave original para crear un bucle? De todos modos, ¿puedo hacer un sistema jerry amañado para que la centralita pueda detectar la llave vieja aunque el cilindro de la llave se haya dañado?
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Buenos días amigo , como solucionaste tu problema, ya no supimos los del foro.
 
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