Where can I get an alarm module or a wiring diagram for a Kaitong MP50-02?

by John Brown
(Layton, UT, USA)

The keyless alarm causes my bike to not start. First my battery was draining and would die after a few days (2.4ma drain) and I traced it to the wireless alarm.

Now there is no battery drain but there is no voltage to my CDI for spark and I've traced it back to the keyless alarm. I'd like to remove the alarm module.

Where can I get a wiring diagram so I can jumper out this module? Model Kaitong MP50-02

Some of the wire colors change from one connector to another and the same color does more than one thing, a wiring diagram would greatly help, or possibly a source to replace this particular module. I bought this from the classifieds so I don't even have a dealer.

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Aug 10, 2010
I have the fob, it is not the problem the module is.
by: Question Poster

The FOBs never did start the bike, only armed the motion detecting alarm, alarmed, and disarmed. The battery drain by the alarm is likely why the bike was sold in the classifieds when I bought it.

I am about done tracing the wiring with my spare time. As a cerified mechanic and an electrical engineer I am dismayed at the lack of information on this machine, I had hoped to not invest so much time in it.

Aug 07, 2010
The Process
by: Jim Zeiser

Many alarm scooters have key fobs with them for remote start/alarm activation. If yours does/doesn't you'll have to start going through search engines and find online dealers offering scooters with alarms that might have manuals that tell you how to deactivate the alarm. scooterdepot.us runs ads everywhere and are the first people that come to mind. scootersus.com also.

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