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My alarm remote control to on/off alarm or lock/unlock doors and open /close automatic door don't works, i need to fix it or buy a newone?, somebody help me because i don't like do this things manually, thanks.
rishlares@hotmail.com

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  • rishlares Jul 06, 2008

    thank's but not , it is not the problem because i have new battery and still death.



    sorry about my english.

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The battery might need replaced they might do it at wall mart. some of them use watch batteries. but I would guess dead battery.

Posted on Jul 05, 2008

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    james kilgore Jul 06, 2008

    is it an aftermarket alarm or factory if aftermarket it will have a control box under the dash most of these have three large wires with fuses built in that need checked and the box it self should have one or two fuses in it. it will be mounted under the dash and have a lot of wires in and out of it. check these next

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