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Jump starting is not all its cracked up to be. You are better buying a battery charger and charging overnight.
Most people connect battery to battery. On the host car with the battery, the leads go on the battery. On the car with the low battery, the red goes on the red terminal of the battery, the black go to an earthed part of the car. It provides a better circuit.
If the battery was completely flat, you will have to pair the chips in the imobiliser.
no year, or what honda, 1973 civic with radioshack alarm,?
bad batteries, will cause all electronics to go nuts
it like humans not drinking water for a week. death.
get a good battery or charge yours up to 12.6vdc resetted
then reset the alarm. depends on , unsaid car..... above.
give these websites a try www.alldatadiy.com and www.autozone.com if all fails stop by your local Jaguar dealership and talk with someone in the service department and maybe they can tell you what drains the battery it could even be the starter wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.
before you cut or rewire the alarm, when welding the disco although disconecting the battery protects the battery, the imobiliser holds current, this my have gone into system factory setting, so it my be worth getting the imob and key re-conected, this is a cheap job at any Landrover specialist. hope your running smooth soon
You should have a switch under the dash and then just turn it to the off position. If you don't or it doesn't work (like mine) then, there is 2 fuses under the dash, put the key in the ignition and turn it forward, pull one of the fuses out and then start the car that should reset it. Then you should be able to put the fuse back. Sometimes if you put the fuse back before starting it the alarm will just continue to try and reset itself, but not start the car. If that doesn't work I have a mechanic who can pull the whole alarm out and when hes done it would look like nothing has ever been installed. Hes very good. I ended having him take my alarm out when I had the same incident happen after the 2nd time.
dealer only sorry ,try either the spare key ,,often works or try locking and unlocking the door three times slowly then jumping in and try to start within 15secs .if none of this works then take car to dealer and be prepared to lay the golden egg as here in spain the average price for this is around 180€ upwards.no other solution other than disable the factory immobiliser and where do you find this information???if you do please let me know.this sort of problem is often associated with a flat battery where the car is left standing for a long period.