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Hi, can you disconnect the wire from the "rem" terminal of the amp? The wire connected here is supposed to come from the head unit and is hot only when the head unit is turned on. It should be a blue wire.
Hi there, check when you have switched off the power in the car to see if the amp power lights are still on, if so there could be a problem with your remote wire. Check the cables to he rear of your stereo and with a test meter, determine which one loses power when the ignition key is removed. When you have found this cable, splice your remote lead to this one, and your amp should switch off when you switch the car off, thus saving your battery. You could wire it to a permanent live feed and install a switch to allow you to run the amp without the key in the ignition but dont forget your battery will run down fast because Amps use a LOT of power.
What type of alarm system is it? The size of the fuse varies slightly depending how extravagant the alarm is. You could try to low ball it and if it pops the fuse then get a slightly bigger one. You might start out at 15 amps. BUT, if you can tell me the make and model of the alarm then I might find out the correct size. I hope I can help. -Andrew Hawkins
1. Your key, when turned to lock or unlock in the driver's door key cylinder and held there, will roll the windows/sunroof up or down respectively,
2. The transmitter on your car locks and unlocks the doors just fine.
3. You know where the valet switch for your alarm is located.
Program as follows:
Open the door and leave it open until you've finished programming. Turn the ignition on and off. Push the Valet switch and release it 10 times, and push it an 11th time making sure to hold it in. You should see 10 flashes on the status LED, 10 siren chirps, or both. This tells you that you are in option 10, which is the comfort closure feature.
At this point push the unlock button on the transmitter. That will change the comfort closure setting to "on". Once the unlock button is pushed the LED should stop flashing. At this point it is programmed and you can turn the ignition on again.