#13. Now that everything is back where it belongs, test re-paired fob to make sure it works properly.It worked. To eliminate some confusion, I'll add a couple things below. This is what I did to re-PAIR my old key which I haven't used for about 4 months, maybe more:
1. With bike off and using my good FOB, open the trunk and both saddlebags. Remove left side cover, pull out plug from its clip inside the cover, remove dummy plug from female portion of plug, and get the jumper ready to plug into it.
2. Then I turned off the FOB.
3. Turned on my dysfunctional FOB (as noted above, key used to work fine, but not used in 4 months: didn't work).
4. Use emergency code to turn ignition on
5. Within 15 seconds, plug jumper in. Immediately I hear a repeating beeping sound
6. Press left saddlebag button (normally used to open saddlebag) one time.
7. Beeping sound changes indicating procedure is working: you'll hear this clearly.
8. Turn new FOB off
9. Disconnect jumper
10. Turn ignition off
11. Plug in dummy plug and clip the plug assembly back into place on the bike.
12. Reinstall left side cover, close both saddle bags and trunk