posted May 20, 2017, 10:01 AM by Gas Motorcycles Sheffield   [ updated May 20, 2017, 10:12 AM ]

Motorcycles are more likely to give you alarm / immobiliser faults than cars because they're exposed to the elements, Datatool veto's are the worst culprit in acting up, and they are fitted in such a way that they are not easy to remove. I have personally removed many, leaving you guys happy to continue on in using your bike without the headache or problems.

On average the bill for removing alarm immobilisers is around £70, depending on the make of alarm, the type of bike and it's bodywork that its fitted to and your location, and whether someone has attempted to remove it already causing further problems (it is advisable to not interfere as this could cause further issues).

We also deal with other electrical problems, such as charging, we can also find earthing problems and corroded wires which is a major cause of non starting issues and intermmitant faults, I know from experience Suzuki have Ignition faults which are nothing to do with the immobiliser, Hyosung have the same fault as the Suzuki.

So when it comes to electrical, don't mess about just call me... I've even been known to diagnose certain bikes over the phone, in one case the TT racer Ivan Linten, his mechanic wrongly diagnosed a charging issue on a 2013 Kwak ZX10R, I told him over the phone what to do as he was competant and diagnosed the alternator windings & thank you John from Mirfield for your thank you card.