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Disable entry chime... How do I turn off the door opening chimes on my FirstAlert FA260 alarm key pad?


Usually you can free online manuals from the manufacturer. there is also info on the backside of the key pad cover. This is a car site.

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Ive lost my key to my 2000 ford taurus my door has a num pad on it how do i reset it


Have to see the dealer & also have an owners manual
to change the codes to what you want on the door

Ignition keys you lost?

You should have at least three keys programmed to
the ignition key detector system (First)

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My 2004 Chevy key fob won't unlock the car doors....the lock button works just not the unlock. I replaced battery, try to clean the connections but it still doesn't work. What else can I try?


Open the key fob,behind the plastic pad put smalls aluminum foil
in between the pad and the circuit board of the key fob put separate in each hole close the fob and try

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2002 jaguary x type dcs light stays on, what is this


First check your park brake and Dsc (skid control) if they work then forget, see the lights on the dash. Could be low pad, sensor fault etc but most likely not the problem. The engine system fault is the most likely area to look. Obviously check the usual fluids, oils etc.


Also check here, its a Jaguar forum with a lot of information for you.
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2005 Chevrolet Silverado Automatic door locks


I assume you mean that the central locking system will not lock the doors but you can do so manually.

Get inside the vehicle and close all doors.

On each rear door, lock and unlock the mechanism manually a couple of times. In other words do not use the key pad.

Then leave both rear doors in the locked position (manual locking) and operate the lock button on you key pad to operate the central locking system. Wait a few seconds then hit unlock on your key pad and a few seconds later hit lock on your key pad.

If the system fails to lock your rear doors you will need to get the vehicle to an auto electrician to check out the issue and rectify it for you. There are a number of possible causes which cannot be identified without physically checking the system. So you will need to have this rectified by a professional.

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Rear doors unlock but will not lock


I assume you mean that the central locking system will not lock the doors but you can do so manually.

Get inside the vehicle and close all doors.

On each rear door, lock and unlock the mechanism manually a couple of times. In other words do not use the key pad.

Then leave both rear doors in the locked position (manual locking) and operate the lock button on you key pad to operate the central locking system. Wait a few seconds then hit unlock on your key pad and a few seconds later hit lock on your key pad.

If the system fails to lock your rear doors you will need to get the vehicle to an auto electrician to check out the issue and rectify it for you. There are a number of possible causes which cannot be identified without physically checking the system. So you will need to have this rectified by a professional.

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Automatic door locks will not lock rear doors, they open fine when manually locked but will not lock with switch key fob or when put in gear.


You mean that the central locking system will not lock the rear doors but you can do so manually.

Get inside the vehicle and close all doors.

On each rear door, lock and unlock the mechanism manually a couple of times. In other words do not use the key pad.

Then leave both rear doors in the locked position (manual locking) and operate the lock button on you key pad to operate the central locking system. Wait a few seconds then hit unlock on your key pad and a few seconds later hit lock on your key pad.

If the system fails to lock your rear doors you will need to get the vehicle to an auto electrician to check out the issue and rectify it for you. There are a number of possible causes which cannot be identified without physically checking the system. So you will need to have this rectified by a professional.

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DCS indicator always on...can not turn it off with dcs dash switch


what did you in install/ remove to install radio - there are many things that could have been disturbed to cause this light.
unfortunately the only correct way to clear the fault or find the problem would be to take it to a dealer.
If you were inder the dash, checked the wires to the steering angle sensor.

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Mini Cooper 2004 Brake Pad Warning Light Reset


One method describes just turning the key to position 2 and giving it about 30 seconds and that it will reset on its own. A manual method is described here:

Mini Cooper Reset Service Indicators

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Reprograming my exterior key pad???


Up under the dashboard to the left of the steering column is the anti-theft module. It is a square box about 4"X4" and should be tan in color. On the cover, there is a sticker with a 5 digit code. This is the keypad code.

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