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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-06-2013, 07:58 AM Thread Starter
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Alarm removal - advice please....

Hi,

As part of my winter overhaul I'm going to remove the Meta alarm currently installed.

If I disconnect the battery, ECU and SPU (just to be really sure) can I carefully cut the wires and then remove, or is there anything else I should do/precautions I should take?

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exorcising an alarm?

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email Meta and ask for the installation wiring diagram to make sure nothing was rerouted. removing the battery and delicate parts is never a bad idea......I'd unplug the dash too


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Good idea, thanks Noel
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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-08-2013, 03:24 PM
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You may struggle to get a wiring diagram as they are only issued to authorised installers.

I have found a guy called Peter Mouncer the bikealarmman.com who can provide advice to remove your alarm after providing proof that you are the genuine owner of the bike.

I also watched a tutorial on YouTube of a guy removing a Meta from a Kawasaki and it seemed intuitive to work out how to do it.

I'll be having a crack at removing mine when I get some time so I'll let you know how easy it is.
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If like the 312R you need to remove the tank and airbox, cut open the loom and unplug the adapter connector. (if its the same set-up as the F4?)

not sure how it is fitted on a brutale? it would have been down to where it was fitted and wired in on the bike!

What you will need to do is follow back all the wiring from the alarm and disconnect it in sequence wiring back together the two immobilized circuits on the bike, it ain't too hard just requires an understanding of the bike you have and alarm wiring.

If you phone Meta like noel said, they WILL help, they assisted me with the F4 1000s I bought from John, the alarm system went tits up and would not stop sounding off, you can also drill out the 4 screws on the sound unit and remove the whole unit to stop the noise of the alarm but full removal is then required after.

Meta will also supply you with the closest Meta alarm installer to your post code, if unsure take it to them and they will do the work for you.

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