I have a Hyundai Getz and cannot imobilise the car alarm. The remote will not lock the doors and when i open the door the alarm goes off. The remote light illuminates when i press the button suggesting that it is operating ok. Any suggestions about what the problem is?
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stand by drivers door then close and open door 3 times with remote then on the last open jump in car and put key in and try to start within 10 secs of getting in the car ,this works with a renault but a hyundai? maybe its worth a try
Does it have remote central locking. If it does then it needs to be opened with the remote control. By opening the door with the key is the same as picking the lock to the alarm system so it put's on the alarm and imobilise's the car and actavates the alarm. Hope this help's Cheer's
This is a wire connection problem in the back door or leading to it. First check fuses. Is it an after market alarm system if so it could be poorly fitted. Sorry no easy fix to this one you will have to get it checked by someone who knows what they are doing. Trying to sort it yourself could leave the car imobilised or locked permintaly. Then you will still get someone to fix it with a lot more cost.