Question about Vehicle Parts & Accessories
I have a Cobra Globe 3900 model burglar alarm fitted to an Autotrail Cheyenne 840 motorhome. It's worked perfectly for three years. The other day, I opened the doors with the remote fob, loaded up for the holiday - but the remote control refused to lock the doors later. I assumed it was the age of the battery so changed it for a new one. However, the problem still persists, although I can still lock the doors with the ignition key. I've looked at the contacts on the doors and lockers - they all seem okay. Any ideas how to get the remote control working again please? Thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to take it to the dealer and have them check the bcm for codes.... also have them check to be sure you have the latest software in the bcm.. its possible that you just need a software update... there are several TSB's covering the concern you have..... it can be a very simple fix with software or even a stuck lock switch may need to be replaced... without the proper diagnostic codes being read from the bcm all that can be done is guessing..and that can be expensive...
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
SOURCE: Lost key and alarm remote
first of all always take car of keys and locks of any of your belongings.. as it is very important..
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Posted on Feb 24, 2009
SOURCE: 2006 Mazda 5 keyless remote fob
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.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
This does not sound like a fob fault - but a locking control module fault , either in the hardware or software of the unit. Get it checked at a Jaguar dealers. When unlocking using the key - as soon as the door is opened you should hear a chime sounding inside the car - this is a timer counting down to sounding the alarm. If you put your key in the ignition as soon as you open the door the alarm should not go off and the chime should stop. If it does not this again points to a fault in the locking controller.
hope this helps - good luck.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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