Question about GMC Yukon
Ihave a 2005 yukon xl with a viper lock sysytem and the other day the fob wouldn't open the doors and I had to open the door with a blood pressure cuff and wire. my car started when I got in and I have left my car unlocked so this wouldn't happen again. I recently had service done at a service stattion and they said they checked my battery and it may have caused a surge in the system and it may need to be reset.I can open the doors today with the fob but the horn doesn't sound when you lock or unlock the doors. could someone help me.
Yes get the wire cutters out and remove the alarm system ,they cause nothing but hassle normally when you can do without it ,like wife having baby or in the middle of nowhere .These sort of boy racer gizmos are a complete waste of money and the amount of hassle they cause ,if wanted to steal your car a viper or any other alarm system wouldnt stop me ,Breakdown or tow truck to you and its gone ,trust me on this best deterent is a padlock and chain around steering wheel and seat fixing or a exhaust clamp through floor in a inverted U .highly visable deterent and a combination lock even better as no key if they break into house and steal the vehicles keys or lift them out on a fishing rod through a post box or open window even a grilled air vent ,i have seen it all in my time but?? something new can always come up .These auto remopte start alarm things are nothing but a waste of money ,whats wrong with keeping the car in the garage instead of a garage full of junk or a kids playroom
Posted on Nov 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This does not sound like a fob fault - but a locking control module fault , either in the hardware or software of the unit. Get it checked at a Jaguar dealers. When unlocking using the key - as soon as the door is opened you should hear a chime sounding inside the car - this is a timer counting down to sounding the alarm. If you put your key in the ignition as soon as you open the door the alarm should not go off and the chime should stop. If it does not this again points to a fault in the locking controller.
hope this helps - good luck.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
This is probably caused by:
a loose door switch, or
a loose connection to a door switch, or
a defective (dirty / corroded) door switch.
There is a false signal being sent that a door is open / ajar.
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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