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Re: my doors wont open
Disconnect the bonnet switch under the hood behind the right headlight .should stop the alarm.let me know how you get on with this.will the doors open manually with key in door.or they wont open with remote as you did not specify
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Get in the car, shut the door, and insert key in ignition.
Turn the key to the RUN position (NOT start, but the position the key is in when the car is running. You DON'T want to start the car).
Turn key off.
Repeat this 10 times quickly (ON, OFF, ON, OFF, etc)
Many alarm systems this is at least one way to reset or over-ride the alarm.
if my memory serves me correctly is the key the one with transponder in it and spare key is a red one. if so try the red key. another thought is when you unlock the door there is a alarm imobiliser shroud around the doorlock. remove door panel and check its operating ok.( dont hold me to this information but i have done these in the past and im sure thats what it is )
disconnect the battery for 1 minute and try again -
---quick fix possible with that---
if that makes no difference then I would like to know exactly what model of alarm and immobiliser the car has - what is the maker + model no/serialno of the keyfob for the alarm, I can get the info I need off that.
also you can check the fuse in the alarm if you know where the alarm is situated, it will have a fuse either on an inline fulseholder on as a spade fuse stuck into its casing somewhere - replace the fuse if blown and try again to start the car
tell me the model no of your alarm and immobiliser if no joy after battery/fuses and I can read up on them and see if I can fix your problem...
it seems that the contact circuit in the driverside door is the problem, it's obviously not the alarm itself others wise the same thing would occure on the passengerside. you have to remove the door panel on the driverside and inspect the wires in that circuit for corrosion which would cause no current to pass between the by pass switch the arms or disarms the alarm. please rate this