Date: Tue, 20 Oct 1998 10:45:39 -0400 From: rlyonsnopsamoot.com.for.the.love.of.god-die.spammer (bobgoblin 2000) Subject: Re: Alarm Diagnostics Instructions?
Fred E. Davis sez... > On Mon, 19 Oct 1998 20:03:16 -0400, > rlyonsnopsamoot.com.for.the.love.of.god-die.spammer (bobgoblin 2000) > wrote: > > > I called the dealership when I got home > > and asked them how to turn it off. > > They said that they didn't know and that > > I should just start pulling fuses until > > I find the right one. > > Cute, but not very helpful. Perhaps your alarm is different, but with > mine, if the alarm has been triggered and then the power removed, it > will return to the triggered mode when power is restored. From manual > 3:2 "Electrical systems, system diagrams, operation and fault tracing" > (which *every* dealer should have), p. 354 in my manual: > > "Setting the alarm to the deactivated condition > Turn the key in the driver's door or the passenger's door from > the neutral position to the unlocked position three times within > two seconds. The alarm will now be in the deactivated condition > and the LED will go out." > > > Mine worked with the ignition switch. Once I opened the door, I had only 30-seconds to get in the car and put the key in the ignition and turn it. I did have a switch for the shock detector mounted on the consol next to the ignition switch. After a while, I kept it turned off all the time. -- - goblin - newsgroup: alt.bobgoblin-extraordinaire - Ask your ISP to carry it! - website: http://come.to/bobgoblin