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I have a dsc power 832, and have replaced the battery, but i can not get it returned to the ready state as it shows " secure system before arming, and memory says -lid tamper", I have checked the plun

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Hello Frank,

Great systems... Updatable, configurable...
even repairable... 832 is a "mature" system...
and the codes you get are not particularly helpful
if you don't have the ALARMS mapped.

There should be a map... (don't worry)
"-Lid" most likely is NOT the device you
are working on... Your ALARM condition
is FIRST on the warning list...

If you were given INSTALL notes with your system
you can use those... (instruction at bottom).

A simple area motion detector might also need a battery...
GLASS BREAK, SMOKE, HEAT, WATER... hard wired window devices...

(I'm guessing)... but FOR A FACT any device could
be mounted several ways... but control boxes
(at least in MY DAY had door & panel "TAMPERS")).

You obviously have a control panel
(you are getting system status "remarks)

It has been a long time since I have been around a DSC 832.
They are quite an excellent... and versatile security platform.

Lots of options and opportunities.

FIRST thing you will want to do is to inventory the system
to determine how many and what you are "monitoring..."

DSC PC5010 V2 0 Important Notice Page 4

Do look at this PDF ... (notice).
There are several manuals available
but before anyone can SERIOUSLY help you...
you need to walk the system and find all your devices.

Hope this helps

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2002 yukon xl .My locks & alarm system dont work ! What do i do ? I checked fuses also


Power Door Locks Inoperative - All Doors and Switches ?
The MIR/LOCK fuse supplies battery positive voltage for the power mirrors, power door lock switches and the memory seat switch (if equipped). If the MIR/LOCK fuse is open, all systems on the fuse would be inoperative. The fault could be a short to ground in the battery positive voltage circuit, however, a short to ground in the power mirror motor control or the memory seat control circuits could also be the cause if the fuse opens after any of the switches are activated. If a short to ground exists in either the door lock or unlock relay control circuits, a DTC (B3137 or B3147) would set when the BCM commands a lock or unlock function.
Did you perform the Power Door System Diagnostic System Check?
Go to Step 2
Go to Diagnostic System Check - Door Systems

2

Actuate all door lock switches to both the lock and unlock positions.
Did all the doors lock and unlock?
Go to Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections in Wiring Systems
Go to Step 3

3

Did any of the doors lock and unlock from any of the switches?
Go to Power Door Locks Inoperative - One Door or Switch
Go to Step 4

4

  1. Install a scan tool.
  2. With the scan tool, command the doors to lock and unlock.
Did the doors lock and unlock?
Go to Step 12
Go to Step 5

5

  1. Remove the door lock relay.
  2. With a test lamp connected to a good ground, test the battery positive voltage circuits for the door lock relay at the fuse block.
Did the test lamp illuminate?
Go to Step 6
Go to Step 13
The Content Theft Deterrent function provides the theft deterrent by sounding the horn and flashing the headlamps and the park lamps when there is an unauthorized vehicle entry or there is tampering detected.
SECURITY Telltale The SECURITY telltale on the instrument cluster is controlled by both the VTD system and the CTD system.
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The VTD system commands the instrument cluster to control the telltale only when the ignition switch is ON. The VTD system uses the telltale as a malfunction indicator. If a DTC is present in the VTD system when the ignition is ON, the telltale will be illuminated.


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The CTD system commands the instrument cluster to control the telltale only when the ignition switch is OFF. The CTD system uses the telltale to identify system status.


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Telltale FLASHING -- The system is in standby mode. The system is not ready to arm (a door is open).


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Telltale ON STEADY -- The system is in delay mode. The system is ready to arm and is executing a time delay of 15 seconds before turning the lamp OFF and transitioning to armed mode.


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Telltale OFF -- The system may or may not be armed.
Body Control Module (BCM) The body control module (BCM) monitors several inputs in order to arm and disarm the CTD system. The BCM controls the alarm function outputs. When the BCM detects an unauthorized entry (any door opened), the BCM applies ground to the horn, the park lamp and the headlamp relays. The BCM will send messages to the security telltale in the instrument cluster through the Class 2 serial data link. The BCM has the following 8 basic modes for operating the CTD system. The more detailed descriptions are below.
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Off state


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Idle state


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Disarmed state


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Ready-to-arm state


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Arm initiated state


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Arm delay state


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Armed state


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Alarm state

The BCM has the following 6 discrete inputs in order to monitor the CTD system:
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Ignition 1


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Driver door latch (door jamb) switch


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Passenger door latch (door jamb) switch


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Door lock relay


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Door key switch


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Passenger door unlock relay

The BCM applies ground once per second for approximately 2 minutes, or until a valid input to disarm the system is received by the BCM.
Check the door lock relay !

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Directed Electronics (Viper) Car Security System


First of all did you remove a connection from the battery in your car so that the system can reset?
Try that first and at the same time take the batteries out of the remotes for a minute or so and hook back up.

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How do I reset the anti theft system on my Suzuki XL7? A new battery was installed and messed my system up


which one.
radio antitheft
car doors. (alarms) Content Theft Deterrent (CTD)
or immobilizer.
say what messed up means.?
the CDC system must be armed with the fob.
is that failing? I can not arm the system or it will not disarm. on my command?

my guess is arming. fails

  1. Turn OFF the ignition.
  2. Exit the vehicle.
  3. Important: The system is not armed if the doors are locked manually. The keyless entry transmitter or the door lock switch must be used to arm the CTD system.
  4. With a vehicle door open, lock the doors by pressing the LOCK button on the keyless entry transmitter or by pressing the LOCK button on the door lock switch. The system will begin the arm sequence when all doors are closed. The CTD system transition to the arm delay state when the final door is closed. The security indicator will illuminate steady when in the arm delay state.
    If the keyless entry transmitter LOCK button is pressed after the vehicle doors have been closed, the system will transition directly to the arm delay state with the indicator on steady.
  5. The system will arm approximately 30 seconds from the time that the system has entered the arm delay state. When the security indicator transitions to flashing slowly, the system is armed.
    Alternately, if the LOCK button on the keyless entry transmitter is pressed a second time, the system will arm immediately, bypassing the 30 second delay.
if this fails try the Second fob.
if the 2nd fob fails, then pull the battery neg lug, for 5 minutes
and put it back.

the full system rules are in the book called, FSM
seen here, read it for who to diagnosis this problem if it continues
just 4 bucks to read all facts
https://suzukipitstopplus.com/Products/10182-2007-xl7-service-manual.aspx

the book also tells you all things messed up with battery pulls.

good luck.

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Replaced battery in my 1993 jeep grandcherokee limited now security system seems to cut fuel off seconds after engin fires


Here's some info as it sound like the theft deterrent is armed.

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Reset Procedure

NOTE: This information applies to a Vehicle Theft Security System (VTSS) that was armed when the battery was disconnected and reconnected.

When the armed VTSS senses that the battery has been disconnected and reconnected, it enters its power-up mode. In the power-up mode the alarm system remains armed following a battery failure or disconnect. If the VTSS was armed prior to a battery disconnect or failure, the system will have to be actively or passively disarmed following a battery reconnection.

The power-up mode will also apply if the battery goes dead while the system is armed and battery jump-starting is attempted. The engine no-run feature will prevent the engine from starting until the alarm system has been actively or passively disarmed.

Passive disarming of the Vehicle Theft Security System (VTSS) occurs when the vehicle is unlocked using the key to unlock either front door or the liftgate. Active disarming of the VTSS occurs when the vehicle is unlocked by depressing the Unlock button of the Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) transmitter.

Once the alarm has been activated (horn sounding, lights flashing, and the engine no-run feature), either disarming method will deactivate the alarm.

Depressing the Panic button (if equipped) on the RKE transmitter will also disarm the VTSS, but the horn will sound and the lights will flash for about three minutes as part of the Panic feature. The horn and lights can be stopped by pressing any of the RKE transmitter's buttons or driving the vehicle above 15 mph.

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Car won't start.Theft light blinks,clicking sound under hood and thumping like horn wants to go off.Seems like it's stuck in anti theft mode


anti theft light should blink every few seconds.

try disconnecting the battery for 15 minutes.

Anti-Theft-Perimeter The perimeter anti-theft system consists of the following components:
  • anti-theft indicator (THEFT)
  • remote anti-theft personality (RAP) module
  • hood switch
  • keyless entry remote transmitter
  • deck lid ajar switch
NOTE: The remote entry features will not function when the ignition switch is in the RUN or ACC position.
Up to four keyless entry remote transmitters (15K601) can be programmed at one time.
The keyless entry remote transmitters :
  • Are programmable.
  • Must be set at the same time.
  • House four buttons.
  • House three buttons (Mexico Anti-Theft System only).
Programming
Refer to Section 501-14B.
Inputs and Outputs
The remote anti-theft personality (RAP) module receives input from the following components for anti-theft operation:
  • Hood switch.
  • Deck lid ajar switch.
  • Keyless entry remote transmitter.
  • Power door lock switches (LH and RH).
  • Door courtesy input.
The RAP module distributes output to the following for the anti-theft system:
  • Power door unlock relay.
  • Power door lock relay.
  • Liftgate unlock relay (Wagon)
  • Park lamps relay.
  • HORN relay.
  • Dome lamp.
  • THEFT indicator.
  • Deck lid release.
Arming
The anti-theft system can be armed if:
  • The ignition switch is in the OFF position.
  • The panic alarm is off.
  • All doors are closed.
NOTE: If a door is open, the anti-theft system is prearmed and waiting for all the doors to be closed. The THEFT indicator will remain illuminated for up to 30 minutes waiting for all the doors to be closed. If a door remains open after 30 minutes, the THEFT indicator will turn off and the system will return to a disarmed state. After all doors are closed and the 30 second prearm (continuous THEFT indicator illumination) is complete, the system is armed.
NOTE: If the theft LED does not flash after 30 seconds, check the LED FLASH PID to see if the feature is enabled.
The anti-theft system will be armed when the lock button on the keyless entry remote transmitter is pressed, all doors are closed and 30 seconds have elapsed.
When the system is armed, the THEFT indicator will flash quickly until the system is triggered or disarmed.
Disarming
NOTE: Using a key in a door lock cylinder to unlock is not a valid method of disarming the anti-theft system.
Untriggered System
NOTE: If the driver arms the system and remains in the vehicle, an untriggered system can be disarmed by turning the ignition switch to the ON position.
An untriggered alarm system can be disarmed by pressing the unlock button on the keyless entry remote transmitter.
Triggered System
NOTE: If the hood or trunk are open when the system is armed, it must be closed and opened again before it can trigger an alarm.
An armed anti-theft system can be triggered by the following conditions:
The deck lid door, liftgate, hood or any door is opened using a key, inside door handle, hood release, etc.
  • The keyless entry remote transmitter can activate a panic alarm which is similar to the anti-theft alarm, but does not cause the THEFT indicator to flash.
A triggered alarm system can be disarmed by:
  • Pressing the unlock or panic button on the keyless entry remote transmitter.
  • Turning the ignition switch to the ON position.
Alarm State When Battery Power Is Cycled
When the RAP module is supplied power the first time at the vehicle assembly plant, the system will be in the disarmed state. The RAP module will remember whether it is armed, disarmed or triggered in its non-volatile memory. When the battery positive cable is removed and then reconnected, the system will return to the state it was in just before the battery was disconnected. If the system is in any prearm state, then the system will return to a disarmed state when the battery is disconnected and then reconnected.

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Have low battery and need to get the beeps to stop. DSC system


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Can I assume it is a wireless contact we are talking about?

1.) Low battery in tansmitter. Does your keypad display a low battery trouble? If so, ensure you put system in test before replacing battery as not to generate a tamper alarm when opening contact.

2.) Relay in transmitter is sticking. Replace wireless contact.

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I have a dsc power 832, and have replaced the battery, but i can not get it returned to the ready state as it shows an alarm memory stating ''panel lid''. How do i reset this alarm message?


An "alarm Memory" indicates that a zone was activated the last time the system was armed. To view what zone caused the problem press the * key (star) + the 3 key. To reset the memory simply arm the system and disarm. Hope this helps.

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