Question about 2002 Nissan Altima
When I exit my vehicle for the night, I always use the key fob to lock the doors and the horn would always beep as confirmation that I'd done this. This morning the horn did not do this and when I unlock the doors, now the lights won't flash like they usually do. Is there a way to reset this feature or have I blown a fuse of some sort?
Hold both the lock and unlock buttons for three seconds the horn will honk and the lights will flash!
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Many remotes use a button-press sequence to arm or disarm the audible or visual alarm arming indication.
Your owner's guide should contain the sequence needed if the remote is capable of change.
I have set my Subaru's signal to flash the lights only; the horn-honking seems superfluous and is kind of annoying.
If your alarm is arming at all, the system fuse in the car is probably not blown. You can check the alarm pretty easy by thumping on the car or rocking it hard a few seconds after arming the system with the remote. Either the sound sensor or the motion detecting feature should respond to one of those disturbances.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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