I have a ford f-150 2004 it was bypassed it first. A friend hit factory reset I quess by mistake. Got a friend that work on car system over here.But we are having problem by passing the break. I dont know the code and he left or forgot the code he his the same radio an his car. Its a phase linear uv8. it was bought last year.
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Re: need to by pass
There are two ways of bypassing the brake sensor in a Phase Linear UV8:
1. ground the pink wire using a toggle switch;
2. Use the unit's built-in bypass software.
a. Select "Tuner" mode (AM/FM); b. Press the "Setup" button; c. With the use of the remote, press 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, and then press and hold 0 for a couple of seconds or until the menu changes. d. d. Display should show hidden menu. Among the options would be to turn ON the "Brake override"; e. Press th "X" on the bottom leftmost corner.
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You can't. If it is a OEM factory installed system the imobilliser works in conjunction with a chip in the key and a chip in the steering console. If it is an aftermarket system you would have to remove the whole installation.
If if it were easy to bypass an antitheft system it wouldn't be very effective would it?
On a Ford Escape it will be factory installed and you can't bypass it as it is also linked to the ECM computer management system.
Do a reset to this TV, and check. I assume that it will help you. If not; contact the authorized service centre.
There are two types of reset to TVs. The first is simple to do; a Hard Reset. The other is somewhat skilled; is a Factory Reset (System Reset). To make it a hard reset, just unplug the TV from AC mains wall socket, and re-plug it back after 15 minutes or so. If you do this by overnight; will be better. This procedure will make it a hard reset. If you want to make it a system reset [Factory Reset]; you have to enter its service mode option, and select the factory reset option. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
Service mode entry, adjust and exit procedure to many popular brand TVs are given. Never forget to exit the service mode, after all adjustments have been done.
Hit Setup On Remote. Select Language. Get Remote And Hit 5,4,3,2,1,0. Listen For Beeps. Touch "Hammer/Screwdriver" Logo. Select Brake Override Switch To Brake Override "ON" Now Hit Setup On Remote. And Now Watch Movies. thats the bypass code so it can be turned on while driving. hope it helps.
sounds the like the vehicle had an oem amplifier that was removed, most after market stereo installers will trace the speakers wires individually by continuity to by pass the factory amplifier and wire the new head unit to the vehicles speakers, if the harness has been spliced or factory amp removed, you will need to check if the amplifier still exists (usually under passenger rear seat sometimes located in trunk area) and see if the harness has been bypassed. if so you will have to reconnect the harness by color code in order to use the factory head unit
Assume you have the PATS system with the transponder pellet in the black key? If yes, I have researched this thoroughly for one of my cars, and there is no easy bypass. Do you have at least one factory key that works? If yes, I have found a way to bypass the ignition switch so that you can use any hardware store key to operate the car. I took my one factory key and put in permanently into the tranceiver. Now I just use plain $2 keys to run the car. Will this work for you or what exactly is the issue you are dealing with?
For the radio Im pretty sure you just need to call your dealer or go see them, they will take your VIN and give you a code to keep your after market stereo from kicking the theft lock.
The security light unfortunatly is a very common, and as it is just annoying right now, potentially big problem. The model Pass Key system in th 01 Olds Aurora tends to be defective in most of these cars. If the Security light, or DIC is flashing Theft fault system, you need to see your dealer. Chances are your secureity system is about to have some "Lock out" Malfunctions. These are no fun. Its when the Pass Key system detects a suspicious or uncorrect key trying to start car or someone is trying to enter car abnormally. Its actaully a very good feature when opperating properly. It usally lock the system for 3-10 minutes and the system resets and with the correct key you can start the car. The problem is that the little chips in the keys go bad causing the "lock out" to happen even when usuing the correct key. Anouther, less used key can work better, and if you start expieriencing lock outs, waiting to the system to reset usally works, but eventually those mthods will fail to and you will have to have it repaired. This system can also cause the "lock out" to occur while driving down the road.
Id get it checked and fixed before the neusance light become a real problem.
You can also consider a Bypass system that with completly go around the smart key system. They are inexpensive and effective and preventing issues with the Pass Lock. However you will not have the security settings from the Immobalizer (lock out) so it would be a easier target for joy riders. You will still have the theft deterant ability, that alarms if someone tried gaining entry to the car with out keys or proper entry methods.
Bypass systems are not full proof either and do wear out over time. I think they have far less issues than the securtity feature in the car and if the bypass fails and Lock Out occurs, simply get a new Bypass. Hope I helped a bit take care :-)
the amp is in the rear panel pass side if you have the Mach sound system. There are 5 wires going into the amp and 2 going out to the sub. Light Grn w/ Purple stripe is the 12v power (thick) Blk w/ Grn Stripe is the grnd (thick) Drk Grn w/ Pruple stripe is the remote (thin) Red w/ blk stripe is sub high output + Drk Brown with Orange is the high output -