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I need to find an instruction manual for my redgroove ipod radio m126b as the alarm wont turn off

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ALARM AND RADIO


You need a install kit with an anti theft bypass since the alarm is tied into the factory stereo when it was removed you literally removed a circuit from the alarm but i would start by checking all fuses since occasionally the alarm will still function

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Contact this company for all your questions about the needed kits or bypasses to install an aftermarket radio.
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When I turn the key, the engine wont attempt to crank at all.. The battery is fairly new and all lights and radio work. Im thinking it might be a problem with the alarm but not sure


yes, possibly the immobilizer or the safety interlock.

Please see my tip at http://www.fixya.com/cars/r6222268-engine_doesnt_crank_turn_over . These are generic instructions. If you get stuck or need specific instructions for your car, please get back to me with model, year and engine info.

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find the alarm box to adjust the sensitivity 9 times out of 10 time the alarm box is located on the opposite side of the engine away from the battery. but if it's a factory alarm you can call the dealer for the location better yet check the owner manual for the location.

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My 2004 v6 ford explorer won't start new batery and new starter no luck wont even click ?


Did you check the start relay for voltage? Ohms reading?

If I remember correctly the circuit goes like this:
Key turns ignition switch which puts voltage to the start relay which engages the solenoid.
So if it isn't even clicking and your headlights seem to be working fine then it is either the ignition switch or the start solenoid coil.
On older Fords the start solenoid used to be remote mounted on a fender. I heard newer Ford vehicles had it integrated with the starter like GM does.
A quick visual inspection will tell you which and where you need to look.
You might check if there is a fuse for that as well.

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If the original radio was replaced, code on manual wont match. Most replacement brands have better sound quality than OEM radios. CDs for cars are on their way out (bulk and number of songs at hand) Buy a reputable brand that can accept IPODs or pendrives. All you need to know is if your present radio is DIN or Double DIN , in order to know what size to buy.

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Sounds like your battery has a dead cell. The cranking amps required to start a vehicle is considerably more than to power accessories. The alarm may have a safety feature that will make it go off if the battery voltage is too low (or if someone disconnects your battery). Have your battery tested (with and without a load) and repost if this isn't the problem.

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