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for each and every car. It is specific like anti theft code.
you can get it by providing your VIN# and registration details in
authorised dealership.Nobody else can provide you. If anybody can
provide you that , then there is no meaning of security for your car.
what type of vehicle and year is it in? Also, most remote start alarms have a neutral safety wire that needs to be grounded and a hood-pin wire that needs to be connected. If the start system was working and has since failed, it is pointing at the hood-pin wire. If it never started remotely, then you may look to the programming on the alarm. Make sure that the tachometer wire is connected and that the tach setting has been programmed. This should take care of it. If not, I would recommend visiting a local stereo shop to have them diagnose what is wrong with the system.
im a service manager at a Subaru dealer. The security system is in valet mode. Open the drivers door, with the drivers door open hold the small unlock button on the remote and keep holding it until the light stops flashing.