Yea hi, I have just brought a 1998 mazda capella s/w and sitting on the dash by drivers side is a funny looking like remote thing with a wire going down through to engine, i was told by the seller that its still hooked up or works but his mate had lost the remote..... the only witting on back of this thing is ''naldec'' with numbers of (c900)(v7331)A and under the engine i see this thing with name Naldec with numbers G15A 43 3AZ is this an alarm or what???? lol can you help me in telling me what a Naldec is and does and would it work without a remote or what please.
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Try this first, unplug the 2-way antenna on your windshield. Let it sit for at least a few minutes. Try recoding the remotes after you replug the antenna back in. This is an issue i have seen on some of the Viper units. Usually they never have issues, but here and there they need reset.
Hi, Thanks for writing to Fixya.com . This sounds like a bad fuse. The fuse is likely under the dash below on the driver side. Look up under the dash below the steering wheel and confirm location. The fuses will either be plugged into the module or as in line fuses coming out of the unit. Thanks for contacting Fixya and please accept the solution if it has helped you.
the cs34-ii is a universal remote you have to look under your driver side dash and get your unit model number then go to www.crimestopper.com go to the support tab go to manuals and then manuals again and look for your model number that you have got from under your dash and then you should be able to get things straight i got this info from calling the crime stopper's tech support
the reset button is under the dash somewhere. Different installers like to hide them in different spots look in the kick panels or just get in there with a flashlight I've had installers put them pretty far up there. just make sure you don't pull on any wires.
I have also seen an installer put the switch in the glove box so give that a shot as well.
If this is a new occurrence, in other words, just started doing this, then it may not be the remote, especially if both remotes do the same thing if you have 2.
There may be a problem with the antenna wire. When these boxes get installed, usually the antenna wire is usually run up the pillar that is in between the window and the driver door. If for some reason it fell down in there then it may not be getting signal.
likewise if it has been doing this since day one, the problem may be the antenna is not up some where so it can get signal.
You will have to find the control box. It will be either under dash some were, or behind the driver side kick panel.
Hopefully its just the antenna wire is not in an ideal location. If it is not, try to snake it upward behind the dash, ideally up the pillar between the door and windshield.
If you only have one remote, and not a second one, there could be something wrong with the remote. There is also the slight possibility that the battery you bought was bad.
I am a technition for mazda, and if the lights are coming on to the keyfobs, the batteries are fine. What procedure did you follow?
1. Take key out of ignition
2. Shut all doors
3. Open drivers door
4. Insert key to ignition
5. Cycle between On & Lock 3 times, leaving key in Lock
6. Close and open the drivers door 3 times, leaving the door open
7. The Locks should cycle.
8. Press the Panic button on the remote twice.