Maybe some of you have newer Harleys, anyway, I have a Harley which is keyless and uses a fob, the same as many Rebels. I did not know this, but according to various Harley owners and the Harley owners manual, the fobs can become useless in areas of high RF, such as cities etc. If you drive to one of these "dead" areas, you will not know it until you turn off your ignition and try to restart your engine. Apparently nothing will happen because the computer does not recognize that the fob is in the area. The Harley handbook says you should push your Harley 50' or so and it may clear the dead area. I not only don't want to push an 800 lb Harley 50' but I sure don't want to push my Rebel around. Harley also has a code you can use if this happens or the battery in the fob craps out. Does anyone know if Rebels (keyless) have a code you can use if you lose your fob or the battery in it goes dead (I'm gonna start carrying an extra battery)? Once again I feel that technology has given it to me up the butt when I wasn't looking.