Honda Averto Alarm System

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Honda Averto Alarm System

Post by BMF » Oct 19th, '16, 16:51

Hi, This is probably a long shot but I would appreciate some advice from anyone about the following:

The battery on my bike is on its last legs, I had to bump start it on Tuesday. I have got a new battery ready to fit, Now before I disconnect the battery is there anything I should do to the alarm system first, Is there a setting on the alarm system that I can access to prevent any issues like alarm fobs not being recognised afterwards? can I put the alarm into "service mode" effectively preventing the alarm from going off and preserving programmed settings. The alarm does have a built in back-up battery I think.

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Re: Honda Averto Alarm System

Post by MellowYellow » Oct 19th, '16, 19:03

Mine has a Veto.

I simply change / remove the battery and when the alarm goes off cancel it with the remote.

The alarm has it's own battery, which recharges from the bikes power.
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Re: Honda Averto Alarm System

Post by BMF » Oct 19th, '16, 19:31

MellowYellow wrote:Mine has a Veto.

I simply change / remove the battery and when the alarm goes off cancel it with the remote.

The alarm has it's own battery, which recharges from the bikes power.
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That is what I'm hoping for, I also thought that if I deactivate the alarm first then it'll be switched off so when I interrupt the main power i.e. take the battery out it will remain silent and operate normally once the new batterry is installed, fingers crossed :shock:
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Re: Honda Averto Alarm System

Post by BMF » Oct 20th, '16, 14:00

I did a bit of research online and found the following based on the Honda Averto type of alarm and fob as below:

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Activate Maintenance Mode:
-arm Averto alarm by pushing the left (large) button
- turn signals will come on
- turn signals go off after about 3 seconds
-press the right (small) button until the turn signals come on again. This can take several seconds. Turn signals will be on for about 1 second
- the movement sensor and the alarm mode is now deactivated. Every time you start the engine the alarm will beep intermittently. I have not checked if it will continue (forever ?), enable alarm mode after a while or what will happen if the Honda Averto goes into sleep mode after 7 days.

Deactivate Maintenance Mode ( Version 1):
-push left (large) button
- Averto will now enter alarm mode and operate normally.


Deactivate Maintenance Mode (Version 2):
Why another mode ? I have no idea. After I had the bike in maintenance mode for 6.5 days it would not respond to a push of the left (large) button on the remote control. Maybe it went from maintenance mode to sleep mode. Anyway, this is what I had to do in order to deactivate maintenance mode.
-turn on ignition
-alarm starts to beep intermittently
-push left (large) button
-turn signals will come on for about one second
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