Question about Car APS95BT2 2-Button Code Learning Transmitter
Look for some sort of toggle switch associated with the alarm system. (something small similar to this [http://www.mouser.com/images/ckcomponents/lrg/7000_toggle_series_new_SPL.jpg]) They call this a valet switch and it's located somewhere hidden and out of the way - usually under the dash - but still in an accessible spot. This basically disables the alarm. Typically, you'd turn the key on (but engine off) then flip the switch. This will put the car into valet mode and basically disable it. There is also usually some sort of LED light associated with the system - again typically blinking when the system is armed - but it will be solid once in valet mode. The clicking you are hearing is the relay that is triggering things. I'm assuming someone got tired of the alarm sounding and got rid of the siren it or clipped the wires to it - hence why your only hearing the clicking and seeing the light flash.
Posted on Mar 31, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if thats the picture of the transmitter to program it you have to : turn the ignition to on position. press and release the programming switch 3 times... press and hold,for 3 seconds, the buttonof the transu wish to add until the parking lights flash. this would mean the transmitter has been learned. repeat step 3 for each transmitter... turn the ignition off to exit the program mode..
do not let 15 seconds pass between steps.
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
Maybe the installer did not hook up the remote starter unit to disarm the factory security system upon entry or remote-starting. Ask the installer to double check that part of the install as it would cause the factory security to trigger even though you unlocked the vehicle with the remote start unit remote.
Posted on Jan 25, 2011
It sounds like the immobilizer bypass module has either lost its programming due to the dead battery or a voltage spike from jump starting/recharging the battery or it has malfunctioned. Without knowing which module is installed, it is not possible to determine if it can be reprogrammed. The immobilizer bypass module substitutes the transponder that is in your key and allows the vehicle to start. When it is malfunctioning, it may not be providing a signal or providing the wrong signal the vehicle ECU is expecting. The reason you can remote start the car with the key in the ignition is because the transponder is being read fromthe key and the ECU is allowing the vehicle to start.
Posted on Dec 03, 2011
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