Question about Ford Vehicle Parts & Accessories
Sensor that tells the door is closed is eather bad or out of adjustment
Posted on Aug 02, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Assuming that all is well with the vehicle's electrical system (fuses, etc...), the following should work, as Viper/Clifford uses the "fail safe" method of starter disable, and it only works to lock out the starter when the alarm is functioning properly and in the armed state.
That system has a "starter kill" system. When the alarm is actived, the starter kill is engages, and won't let the starter get voltage from the ignition switch. First thing I'd try is connecting the car's battery while the ignition key is turned to the "on/run" position. Cycle the alarm to arm, then disarm, so that the LED is not blinking. It also may require using the manual override button/switch (with the key on) to reset the alarm. Should start after that.
If all else fails, reconnecting the starter wires back together (they are spliced and running through the alarm via a SPDT relay.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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