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    2010 Yamaha FX HO Battery / Security Question

    Do the key fobs remain paired to the ski if you disconnect the battery for long-term storage and reinstall the battery at a later date?

    I'm unclear if the security system stores the key fob code(s) in non-volatile memory (EEPROM) or volatile memory which would need the 12V to be present...

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    Yep, they remain paired. It's stored in the long term memory of the ECU.

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    The remote is paired with the receiver mounted in the front of the ski. You can move the remote and receiver to another ski if you wanted too as long as you keep the pair together. Also, the remotes can be reprogrammed to match a receiver by a Yamaha watercraft dealer with the proper tool for pairing them.

    Scott

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    Thanks for the feedback...

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