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When you turn the key does nothing happen at all?
Can you hear relays clicking?
Have you got headlights power?
Does the lights on dash come on?
Is the flashing really fast the alarm/immobiliser LED and is there a sequence to the flashing like 5 flashes then a pause?
Remove the protective plug from the data link connector.
Connect your jumper wire to the first and second terminal on the data link connector.
Turn the ignition switch on and wait for 10 seconds. The light will turn on for 4 seconds, then off for 6 seconds. After this 6 second interval, any stored trouble codes will appear as sequential flashes.
Count the number of times the lamp flashes; this is the first code. The code will repeat three times before playing the next code, if any, after a 3 second pause.
Record the codes and repost them..
Turn off the ignition switch and remove the jumper wire.
First make sure the receiver is plugged into the computer. Second make sure you have fresh batteries in the keyboard and they are installed in the correct orientation. Then try the following:
1. Press the Connect button on the receiver. The receiver's LEDs will go into a sequential flashing to indicate that the receiver is ready to accept a connection.
2. Press the Connect button on the bottom of the keyboard. The receiver's LEDs will now stop flashing sequentially. Then all the LEDs go off briefly, then they will all flash once before returning to the state it was in before the connect button was pressed.
3. Your keyboard should now be connected to the receiver.
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Using the flash and LCD monitor affects the rate at which the batteries will drain. The rate at which pictures are taken will also affect battery life. When taking pictures sequentially the battery does not have as much time to recover between each shot. To help to extend the life of your battery, the flash, LCD monitor, and sequential shooting should only be used only as necessary.