Question about Kia Cars & Trucks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
TO DEALER NEXT DAY. SAID CKED. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM AND FOUND NOTHING WRONG, NO CODES! MUST RETURN FOR TEMP. SENSOR PART AND WILL SHOW YOUR SUGESTION/OPINION/SOLUTION TO SERVICE. AT THIS TIME, CAN SAY "THANK YOU SOOO MUCH FOR TRYING/RESPONDING" WILL GIVE IT A "SHOT"
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
If it's a cheap aftermarket alarm, check for a red wire coming off the hot side of your battery with an inline fuse. If it's not, try to locate the alarm "computer" under the driver's side dash or nearby your fuse panel. You'll find a black box with a wiring diagram glued to the side, normally strapped to a wiring harness or other fixed element. If this is the type of alarm you have, you'll need to trace each wire coming from the alarm computer and unclip each fastener that's clipped to your vehicle's factory wiring. The trouble with these types of alarms is that they can get power from a number of sources (stereo, interior lights, etc.). Good luck with this one!
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
dont not cut any wire find a alarm technician and ask them disable for you unit is link to vEhicle ECM DONT CUT AND FOR THE SAKE OF CUTTING MAKE SURE THIS DONT BY SOMEONE WITH KNOWLEDGE
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
lock your doors and close it wait till alarm resets and then unlock door with key and this should take care of you problem
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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Find the alarm's fuse. It may be in the fuse box, usually located below the steering wheel to the left. Many cars also have other fuse boxes (sometimes three or even more) inside the engine compartment. If it's an aftermarket alarm (installed after the car left the factory), you'll find the fuse under the hood, usually on a wire connected to the positive battery terminal.
Locate the fuse that has the alarm label. You should find a fuse diagram on the lid of the fuse box. An aftermarket alarm won't have any label. Don't worry; removing the wrong fuse won't cause any damage. If you pull out a fuse and the alarm stays on, put that fuse back in and try another.
Pull the alarm fuse with the fuse puller (sometimes found in the fuse box) or a pair of needle-nose pliers. Sometimes you can remove a fuse using your fingers.
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