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Hi guys, I looking for your help

I got some clutch slipping at my AN650A K7 35,000 km or 22,000 mi so i decide to rebuild clutch

I drowe my bike into one guy service, myself and there my story begins.

After he got hands on my bike he tells me that CVT need rebuild and I accepted that. He told me that he change all bearings and 2 nylon gears. While i was at his garage i see my battery on other bike i was WTF. But i was cool enought to not said anything. So after CVT "rebuild" we change clutch plates.
And day after i expect to call me to get my bike, I got phone call that my ECU is broken. I was WTF i drove that bike to his shop and everything was fine with ECU. 2 days ago i visit him and he tell me that ECU lost code from key (key lamp blink Red)
and that ECU wear off CVT. Guy is f... up something
What I can do to start my bike with keys i allready got,
I dont want to spend money on new ECU for his mistake


Guys help me
 

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I'm assuming you don't live in the USA as bikes here do not have keys with codes. For that reason I can't help you with getting it going again. Maybe some of our European members will chime in with some assistance.
 

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Removing and replacing the ECU will not cause the problem you describe. I think it is most likely the mechanic has not plugged in the "ring loop", which surrounds the ignition barrel and senses the immobiliser chip in your key, connectors back into the wiring harness.

Other than that he may have swapped your ECU with the other bike your battery was put in. Finally, it is possible, but extremely unlikely he has reflashed your ECU and it needs to be reprogrammed to your key.

Oh, by the way, key lamp blinking red is normal whilst the ignition is off.
 

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OPERATION
When the ignition switch is turned ON with the engine stop switch in ON and the side stand in up position,
the immobi-antenna and ECM are powered ON.
The ECM transmits a signal to the transponder through the immobi-antenna in order to make comparison
between the key ID and ECM ID.
With the signal received, the transponder transmits the key ID signal to ECM so that ECM can make comparison
with its own ID, and if it matches, the engine is made ready to start.
Also, when the ignition switch is turned ON, the indicator light
flashes as many as the number of IDs registered in ECM.
Thereafter, if the IDs are in agreement, the indicator light turns
on for two seconds to notify of completion in successful
communication.
If the indicator light flashes fast, it notifies of communication
error or disagreement of ID.
NOTE:
If the indicator light flashes fast, turn the ignition switch OFF
then ON to make judgment again as there is possible misjudgment
due to environmental radio interference.
CAUTION
When the battery performance is lowered in winter
(low temperature), the system may make a rejudgment
at the time of beginning of the starter motor
operation. In this case, the indicator light operation
starts immediately after the starter motor operation
.
What the blinking key code means:

Note that after a low, or no-voltage condition (battery disconnected/discharged), the verification of the key takes longer than normal. Exactly your scoot's condition.
 

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Reading this makes me ill.
For that reason i always maintain my bike myself as far as i can.
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Was the key original? MAKE SURE IT IS.
If you have a spare key try to run your bike with it.
Take off your bike from that swindler as soon as possible.
 

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Guys, thank you all on advices
maybe i found solution for my problem Suzuki service could help me i need just to transfer bike to them.

One more is someone have Service manual for K7-K8 executive (send me PM)
In future i will do job by myself, i dont have anymore trust in unauthorized services
 
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