Question about 2004 Mazda 6
I locked the car with the button. Then, I unlocked the car with the key. The alarm began sounding and would not quit. After about 5 minutes, the alarm stopped. Now, my car won't start.
Thats because it in security mode... its not going too
reset the alarm and then unlock the door with the key fob.
if this doesn't work get a good mechanic
Posted on Dec 31, 2013
Try locking and unlocking with the button and see if that works- this should reset the security system-Denny
Posted on Dec 31, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
YOU need to locate the RESET alarm button. They are in different places but the most common are UNDER the steering wheel column, glove box, drver side kick panels or in the middle console someitme hiddedn. The button is small and not sure if your alarm is factory or after market.
>HOLD the BUTTON in while the key is in the off postion
>TURN the key to ACC while holding the button.( this should reset it)
>or put he key in ACC1st then hold down the button for a about 5sec.
>or your car manual will have the instructions
PLEASE RATE THIS HELP-->Kindofcheap
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
there is often a small back up battery in the immobiliser unit itself, if you can locate this unit and replace the battery with the ignition on / engine running, then it should not need recoding and work fine after that. The other thing that could be wrong is the key battery (if the fob has one) or the transponder chip in the key head. If the key signal is low the immobiliser lamp will light during driving, but this does not explain the alarm going off. That is more likely either a poor vehicle battery, alarm / immobiliser back up battery, or another electrical fault such as water leakage into a tail-light or even the alarm unit itself when it rains. A lot of alarms are voltage sensing and when the vehicle is parked they will alarm if the battery voltage changes for any reason, though not during driving so the battery in the immob is my first choice to look at.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
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