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WTB 2010 990r dashboard

My dash according to my local MV dealer is what is the cause of my immobilizer issues (have to enter the code say 4 out every 5 times I try to start it). I know My chances are very low to find a used one, but thought I’d at least try.
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Search all the motorcycle salvage yards around the country....I'm sure there have been a few totaled and sent to the breakers.

There are quite a few motorcycle salvage yards in California, and probably at least one in every state. Big one here in Georgia and another big on near the Philadelphia airport.

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I think you will need the code card and or the keys too

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My dash according to my local MV dealer is what is the cause of my immobilizer issues (have to enter the code say 4 out every 5 times I try to start it). I know My chances are very low to find a used one, but thought Id at least try.

Have you done the preliminary of taking the dash off and checking the pins on the connector for condition and clean contact ie not corroded or dirty ?

What I can tell you is that the dash is FKG expensive and hard to come by used in my experience. So check the terminals before throwing the bambino out with the bathwater...

In fact check the bikes connection and grounds thoroughly.

Good luck !

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The OP has 2 threads discussing this and other issues, and has re-opened an older thread about key codes.
He appears to have no technical ability to self help and is relying on what his tech is saying. One can only hope that this tech is knowledgeable and has the tools to diagnose the source of the issue.

There are people who say that they can repair rather than replace e.g. Carmo NL , but that would still require some $.

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The OP has 2 threads discussing this and other issues, and has re-opened an older thread about key codes.
He appears to have no technical ability to self help and is relying on what his tech is saying. One can only hope that this tech is knowledgeable and has the tools to diagnose the source of the issue.

There are people who say that they can repair rather than replace e.g. Carmo NL , but that would still require some $.

I didn't mention. This bike has been at this particular MV shop so they have given it the once over already or at least they told me that over the phone (I know it's been there, I just don't know how thorough they were or how knowledgeable they are). I wouldn't just buy a new dash off something some supposed tech said over a 5 mins phone conversation I never had a dash that was an issue or even a new enough bike with an immobilizer so this is all new to me. I'm not like I'm the only one with this problem as you can see me replying on others posts. And I don't think anyone has ever gotten a true resolution to any of the various immobilizer issue posts on here.

I have checked with Carmo NL too and just more $ than I want to spend.
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Why don't you invest in a VDST from Centurian.... Not that expensive and useful for many other maintenance things. Or maybe someone near you has one you could use. I could give you the software in a Dropbox link, but it's the cable that is key.

It has a section for the immobilizer. I have confirmed it with mine, although it is grayed out since the 910R doesn't have an. immobilizer.

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