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Re: ezee start remote stopped working
If you have the manuals look under transmitter programming. if not go to crimestopper.com and look under manuals and you can download one from there and follow the steps into reprogramming the transmitter.
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If it is the OE (original equipment) key fob, meaning if it is the alarm remote control that came with the original purchase of the car it should not need reprogramming. If it is an aftermarket alarm then it may need reprogramming, more information is required to answer the question.
This is a common issue and the most common problem is that the solder joints holding the battery in the proper location. If any of these are broken the remote will not function. It can be fixed with a little solder or if your uncomfortable with doing it yourself, take it to a computer repair store (they can fix it ONLY if you have a broken solder point).
Take the key fob to the closest auto parts store (aka. autozone, o'reilly's, advance) and near the counters they have a key fob testing equipment (FREE). If the remote is working a light will blink when you push the key fob button while close to the testing equipment. If the testing light shows that the fob is working but does NOT unlock your doors, it needs reprogrammed. If the testing light doesn't blink at all, repair or replacement of the key fob is indicated.
Hope this helps and good luck!
You might have to re-learn the remote to the system. Assuming you've already made sure the battery in the remote is not dead (if you still have lights on the left side of the remote when you press a button, then the battery should be fine and your car just isn't getting a signal from the remote). Step 1. If the battery is good, here's how you reprogram the remote. First, open the driver's door, the day must stay opened during the programming process.
Step 2. Turn the key to the on position.
Step 3. Within 10 seconds press the valet button once and release it, then press 1 more time and hold it. (the valet button located on the antenna/LED "control center" most likely attached to the top edge of your windshield by the rearview mirror.
Step 4. Press the lock button once on the remote. You should hear a confirmation chirp from the siren letting you know it has learned the remote. At this point you can release the valet button.
Step 5. Remove your key, close the door and test lock/unlock, start and stop functions.
You should be fine at this point, if the system is still not working there is another problem with the system that would need clarification to pinpoint.
if the battery was replaced or any terminals removed, you may have lost the tach programming for the remote starter. Goto http://www.bulldogsecurity.com/bdnew/installmanuals.asp and look for the remote start unit you have in the manuals and it will tell ya how to reprogram the tach memory.
I am almost positve that your 2000 intrepid has one wire door locks, meaning there is one wire that goes to the factory lock module and is hit with different resistance values for lock and unlock. this is tricky. you have to find out what the two different resistance values are, and use two resistors inbetween the alarms lock wires, and the wire you hook to in the car. Stop by your nearest best buy, the guys in the install bay will probaly look up the info for you. I know I would at my shop.
you might have to replace the batteries in the remotes. The reason why the alarm is going off because once you plug power back to the alarm brain it sets the alarm off and the only way to make it stop is to hit the unlock button the remote. Make sure all connections on the alarm brain are good and try changing the batteries in the remotes. also might have to reprogram the remotes to the brain if it has been sitting for awhile.