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I am interested in Gamma g501 car alarm manual, actually how to pair Gamma g501 remote and alarm. It could be that the procedure is the same for different Gamma alarms. Please let me know if you have such manual / information.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Turn ignition key on and off around 5 times or till you here the alarm then hit the left and right button on fob till you here the alarm again then it is set. if you have 2 remotes you need to do them both at the same time.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
If you know where your Valet switch is, turn the ignition on, push and release the valet switch once, then push and hold it, you should hear the siren chirp once, then while still holding the valet switch, push the #1 button on the remote, you should hear the siren chirp again. it is now programed. If you have the package that came with the remote, it should have a table on the back that tells you how many pushes of the valet for which feature you want to program. Most remotes are one push for all features, some are 7 or 8 pushes. So if it say auto learn is 7, turn the key on, push it 7 times, the push it again and hold it, the push #1 button, and it's programed. Hope this helps. If all else fails, take it to your nearest best buy, if they charge you to program it, it won't be much.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
SOURCE: i have an avital 447l
Here I am described four ways to pair the alarm with the remote.
? Put the key in your vehicle's ignition and make sure all the doors and the trunk are closed.
? Turn the key two clicks to the right, one click short of the "Start" position before you do anything with your replacement remote.
? Press and release the "Override" button on your remote car alarm remote five times in less than eight seconds.
? Press the "Lock" button on your car alarm remote.
? Purchase a new remote from the dealership or automotive store where your alarm system was installed. Make sure the remote is the same brand as the system that you have installed.
? Sit in your car with your remote and ignition key. Insert the key into the ignition, turn it to the "ACC," or Accessories, position and leave the driver's door open.
? Wait for the chimes to stop and press the "Valet" button on your remote.
? Wait for the alarm to chirp once, press and hold the "Valet" button again and press the button you would like to program; do this while holding the "Valet" button.
? Wait for the horn to chirp again and release the button that you are programming.
? Release the "Valet" button and remove your key from the ignition to end the programming of the new remote.
3rd way if it has the button in the antenna. Turn the ignition on then off within 7 seconds hit the button(antenna button) 5 times it will chirp (telling you it's in program mode) if you have viper two button hit both buttons at the same time do both remotes one after the other (led will flash to confirm programming is done) this should fix your problem.
Click on the following link and go to the page no 3 and 4???
? LCD 2-way configuration ? Standard 4-button configuration
Hope your problem will be solved.
Posted on Sep 14, 2011
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