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Old 26 September 2013, 07:52   #1
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I am worried about the warning buzzer in the remote on my Honda. It never sounds!

Now, this sounds good - the engine seems fine, warning lights are as they should be. However on my mate's Suzi the buzzer sounds when he turns the ignition on. This usefully confirms that the buzzer is ok.

I have had the buzzer out and tested it with 12v (as per manual) and it works fine.

So - is it meant to sound when i turn on the ignition? Or does it stay silent until engine overheats or oil pressure is too low?

Bet someone on hear knows the answer.......

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Old 26 September 2013, 08:38   #2
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Old 26 September 2013, 10:18   #3
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Never heard a peep out of the buzzer on my BF50 over 3 years.
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Not a good design is it? It is usual to have some sort if test on critical items like the buzzer.

Hey ho, just hope it works when it has to!

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HI Ian - good to meet you earlier . I have the same on my Yam 50.

however if I try and start it without kill cord my Yam buzzes like mad - mayeb the Honda may be the same to let you know its working ?
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Ian - apologies I misread your post.

When turning on my Honda did beep on the initial turn of the key, then when you turned the key to start engine the beep stopped.

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Yes - cheers.

I'll try that

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