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How to deactive starter kill on my autopage alarm system

I couldn't open my gas tank door so I started checking all my fuses, I removed a couple relays and put them right back and all my fuses were ok but when I got into car to start it nothing happens, the dash lights come on but no turn over or sound or anything

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Kill switch is on and I cant deactivate

you to disconect the main harness from the alarm.and take your car to a alarm repair shop.

Posted on Mar 17, 2009

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SOURCE: alarm wont shut off and lights keep flashing

This can be very simple look for alarm brain and unplug the brain, this vehicle should start. if it doesn't the look for valet switch it usually mounted under dash or on kick panel next to hood lever or close to where clutch pedal will be, Turn Ignition ON and in ON position flip switch the led light should stay on steady then the vehicle will start. If None of this works then you will have to take panel under steering column down and disconnect complete alarm system. Disconnect wires one ar a time and re-join them with the correct ones. It's NOT hard to do, there will be spliced into ignition wires.To do this you should disconnect positive lead on battery pole to stop the annoying noise until you are done. Good luck and contact if you need more help. Thanks for using FIX YA

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a aftermarket alarm that trips 60 sec after armed.

if im not mistaken it does that because your interior lights dont turn off as soon as you close the door.. it delays a lil bit, and when you set your alarm it detects that the door is being opened. try arming your alarm after the lights have turned off and if that solved it you can take your vehicle to an alarm place for them to program your alarm to learn that function..
either that or maybe your door trigger wire is tapped to the wrong wire on the car...

Posted on Apr 06, 2009

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SOURCE: where is the relay system on a car alarm

it is a standard bosch style relay, it should be under the dash on left or right of the steering cloumn

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

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The seven flashes of the parking lights when you attempt to remote start is the tach signal not being programmed. If you hooked up the tach wire already, turn the ignition on, press and release the programming switch three times. Turn the key off, press and hold the programming switch and start the car. Continue to hold the programming switch while the vehicle runs. The parking lights will be flashing while the tach is being programming. Hold for at least 15 seconds for a good signal. This allows the engine to "smooth out" into a normal idle rpm.
If the parking lights are not flashing, the tach is not being programmed. You may have skipped a step during the set up for the programming or, you have the wrong tach wire. If you went to a injector or coil wire, it is the uncommon wire. This means that there exists two or three wires at the injectors/coil packs. One or two of the wires are the same color at all of the injectors/coil packs and one wire is a different color at each injector/coil pack.

Posted on Mar 04, 2011

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