Could be you're a sweaty git :wink2::surprise::grin2:
Sweat could do it. Shows whoever designed the fob didn’t think on what it was for.Could be you're a sweaty git /forum/images/R1200Rforum_2015/smilies/tango_face_wink.png/forum/images/R1200Rforum_2015/smilies/tango_face_surprise.png/forum/images/R1200Rforum_2015/smilies/tango_face_grin.png
I didn't know what type battery the key fob uses until I read this. I just stashed a 2032 on my bike. Thanks!I agree that it could be an unhappy fob.
I like the Keyless Dealy Bob, but wish there was at least some way to clip it to a key ring.
I keep a spare battery under the seat, with a copy of the instructions on how to replace it.
The emergency key stays in my Aerostich "secret" pocket, in case of total failure of the key.
My car has a keyless fob, too, and I keep a spare battery for it in the car, too. Same battery for both vehicles, too.
CR2032, and my Snark Guitar Tuner and our kitchen scale use the CR2032 as well.
I buy a couple dozen of those batteries every so often. They don't work in pay phones.
Hi Lawrence. I work in orthopaedics (human not pet) and those prices are CHEAP as heck! Do you recall if they were stainless steel or titanium?Peanuts, Pz! See pic below of the account for an op on Honey (Shetland Sheepdog for Those Who Do Not Know). Asterixed (*) at bottom right - @ $24.45; $30.10; $23.10; and $73.95 each, and the small plate into which they were inserted @ a giveaway cost of $353.45. I recall shuddering when presented with this bill, weakly calling for Smelling Salts, and asking if the supplier of these bits was Motorrad!
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Perhaps the jacket pocket where you keep the fob is closer to your body than to the outside, and (somehow) slowly absorbs moisture from the greater humidity in that location.Quick Update. Spoke to the dealer - he reckons he's had a few problems with the Keyless Ride fob on the GS's and blamed it on water in the fob.