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These must be satisfied first -
Driver Door Trigger must be open
Siren must be hooked up
Valet button must be inserted appropriately

Press and hold the valet button until you hear one chirp and let go.
Press the lock button.
Turn the ignition on to leave programming.

I see this is from 2011 so I hope you figured it out!

1002 Car Alarm... | Answered on Jul 11, 2019


Use the serial number from the device and contact customer relations. It worked for me.

Whistler Vehicle... | Answered on Jul 11, 2019


You can use this for most of it. Most remote starts/keyless entry/alarm do the same things. Most are even colored the same way.

https://www.manualslib.com/manual/460639/Directed-Electronics-Autocommand-25523t.html

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Jul 11, 2019


Year make and model would help. Initially it seems like an anti-theft immobilizer issue. Check on the dash when firing to see if any emblem that either looks like a key or says security is illuminated during crank. If this is the issue, you have options. Google DEI (directed electronics) 556uw. This is an immobilizer bypass solution.

5.5 HP GX160... | Answered on Jul 11, 2019


NO! You should not have to. Have the alarm remote in one hand because when you hook the battery cables back up the alarm is going to go off. Push the button to shut it off and that shoukd be it. You should not have to reprogram anything.

Viper Vehicle... | Answered on Jul 10, 2019


Why you need a wrap? The new ones are wrapped mainly cos people don't like the company color and they want their ride to be unique. I believe it's the same for you. Vehicle wraps are better option; cheaper compared to repainting; easy to remove when you think you changing it.

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Jul 09, 2019


I would check your crankshaft sensor , also your fuel filter to make sure it is clear

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Jul 05, 2019


On most cars, you have to find any hidden screws in the armrests and remove those. Then if you have electric windows/door locks lift up around the base of them with a flat head screwdriver to get them to pop out and be able to unplug them. When that is done, you usually can just lift at the bottom of the door panel and you will unpop the plastic inserts as you work around the door.

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Jul 05, 2019


What does this have to do with vehicle parts and accessories

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Jul 05, 2019


I was asking myself this same question a couple of weeks ago when my friend mentioned his in conversation. I read a guide on Dig My Ride all about them, so I'll pass on what I learned.

Basically, radar detectors are passive pieces of equipment that can identify when a radar signal is being passed over your vehicle. In contrast to radar jammers, they can't disrupt or interact in any way with this signal, they just detect it.

People tend to use them as a kind of early warning system so that they get notified when the police are checking they're a vehicle with a radar gun to see if they're driving over the speed limit. Motorists who have radar detectors can determine when this is happening and reduce their speed limit accordingly.

Of course, it shouldn't really be necessary as you should always be driving within the speed limit regardless, but that's why people use them.

I hope this helps to answer your question!

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Jul 05, 2019


Does the remote diarm the alarm? Do you hear the " chirp chirp" when you press the unlock button on the remote? If not, then the remote is defective or needs to be reprogrammed to the alarm. If you do hear the " chirp chirp" but, the doors do not unlock, then the issue is with either the wiring from the alarm or the vehicles power locks. Did it work before? Do you have power door locks?

Remote Start... | Answered on Jul 03, 2019

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