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Active 2 left arm sensor does not work. Blue lights flash but system does not find it.

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Yaris minor problem after accident/repair, dome light, key and headlight warning sound


Some body in the workshop may have switched the theft deterrent system from active to passive mode during the scanning process.
The theft deterrent system has two arming modes;
Active and Passive. Active arming mode allows the
theft deterrent system to activate normally. Passive
arming mode is used for the servicing. The
intelligent tester allows the theft deterrent system to
switch between Active and Passive.
If the problem persists contact other qualified personnel.

Oct 27, 2014 | 2008 Toyota Yaris

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Blue light does not flashes


The LED will only flash when the system is armed. Are the remote controls for the system working. The parking lights should flash when activated.

Jul 18, 2012 | Vehicle Parts & Accessories

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I just bought a 2003 road king classic and can not set the alarm. Can you tell the procedure?


Arming: Hold Fob button down until signals flash twice. The 'key' lamp on
the speedo will Blink to indicate the system is armed. If auto arming is
enabled, the key lamp will Stay continuously lit for 30 seconds after the ignition is turned off, then the system Will arm itself.

Disarming: 'Double-click' the Fob, the signals will flash once and the key lamp will stop flashing. If the Fob is lost or not working, the system can be disabled by entering the passcode. Without setting off the alarm, get the ignition switch to accessory, hold down both left and Right signal switches until the key lamp flashes rapidly, enter the first digit on the left And use the right as an 'enter' key, enter all five digits of the passcode and the system will Disarm, if you screw up, the alarm will activate and you will have to wait ten minutes.

Transport Mode: Allows the system to be armed with the motion sensors disabled for service, Trailering, etc. Turn the ignition switch on, arm with the Fob, turn the ignition off and Arm once again with the Fob. Signals will flash 3 times to confirm
arming, All other functions of the alarm system require entering the configuration mode. This is done by Disarming the system, run/stop switch in stop, flip the ignition switch on/off/on/off/on Then push the left signal button
twice. If power was disturbed to the alarm module, The sequence may have to be repeated to get into configuration mode. The system will respond by flashing out the module type code.
(1-TSM, 2-TSSM dom, 3-TSSM hdi)
Now that you are in the config mode, you can do the following.....

- To assign the Fobs, push the right once (one flash) then the left once (two flashes)
Then hold down the Fob button until the system recognizes it. Hold down the second
Fob until the system recognizes it. Both Fobs must be assigned at the same time.

- To assign a passcode, use the fob to send a disarm command, signal will flash once
To indicate the first digit, push the left signal button and the key light will flash out the Value of the first digit. Pushing the left button will advance the value up through 9 and Will start over at 1. When done setting the first digit, double click the fob again and The signals will flash twice to indicate the second digit, continue on through all five digits. Turn ignition off to exit.

- To adjust the sensitivity, use the fob to send an arm command (one flash) then push the Left signal button once. The signals will flash out the current setting, 1-4, push the left Button to advance the setting, turn ignition off to exit.

- To extract system trouble codes, press the right signal button three times,
pausing between Each press for the system to flash once, twice, and three times
respectively. Press the left signal button once and they signals will flash out two digit
codes. Press and hold the left button to clear all codes from memory, otherwise
turn ign off to exit.

- To enable auto arming, use the fob to arm the system twice, and press the
left button once. The system will flash the setting code, 1-disabled, 2-enabled. Press the left button to change The setting, turn ignition off to exit.

- To adjust between Sidecar mode and normal mode, push the right button
twice quickly, Then the left button once and the signal will flash out the current setting, 1-normal, 2-sidecar. Press the left button to change the setting, then turn the
ignition off to exit.

- To adjust the length of time delay before going into storage mode, use the fob to send an Arm command three times, then push the left button, the signal will flash out the current setting. 1-30 days, 2-60 days, 3-90 days, 4-disabled. Use the left
button to advance the setting and turn the ignition off to exit.


Aug 31, 2011 | 2003 Harley Davidson FLHRCI Road King...

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My Heart rate monitor for EA Sports Active 2 will not sync up.


See if your Using the heart monitor this way.
  • The heart rate monitor (the sensor with the "Heart" on it) should be placed on the outside of your left arm.
  • If you were to turn your arm like you were to look at your watch, the heart logo should be readable (not upside down).
  • The arm band should be on your forearm, and not past the elbow.
  • The lights on the left arm will be facing down, when your arms are at your sides, and the peripheral should be facing outward.
Hope this will help.

Jul 02, 2011 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Blue lights on arm band monitor keeps flashing


"If the sensors still won't connect, please rebind your Total Body Tracking system. You can perform a rebind under the REBIND TOTAL BODY TRACKING SYSTEM option found in the Help & Settings menu."

Feb 13, 2011 | Nintendo EA Sports Active for Wii

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Just notice blue lights flashing in the car. I unlocked, from inside the house, and manually locked from the lock on the inside door. That stopped the flashing blue lights. What has caused...


Do not be alarmed; the blue light is flashing because you used the remote to lock/arm the vehicle. It is a visual theft deterrent, even if you do not have an alarm. It's normal. The reason the light stopped flashing is because you unlock the vehicle with the remote and locked it with the door switch.

Feb 11, 2011 | 5301 LE 2 Way Car Remote Starter System

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My active2 leg sensor keeps losing its link, the arm sensor works all the time. it's been like this from new at Christmas


Please help, I have the problem as well, the heart rate monitor is ok, but the leg sensor , both blue lights keep flashing (together) that is very unusual with other monitor, flashing fast and not together. Please help, did the leg sensor damaged or not?

Feb 03, 2011 | EA Sports Active for Nintendo Wii

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The sensor has 1 red, 1 black, 2 white wires?


BROWN = PHASE BLUE = NEUTRAL.
European code.
BROWN = BLACK WHITE = BLUE

Feb 06, 2010 | Garden

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Motions don't stay active when doors and windows are on too.


The system is working as designed. If you arm both doors/windows and motions, but you DON'T exit the premises during the exit delay, the system will "downgrade" its arming to doors/windows only. The assumption is that you haven't actually left the premises and are at risk of creating fale alarms. This behavior can be disabled in System Configuration (though it may require the dealer access code to do it).

Try opening and closing a sensored external door (even if you don't go outside) during the delay after arming doors+motion and see if the motions don't stay active.

Jul 12, 2009 | GE Security Simon 3 Wireless Home Security...

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GE Simon XT panel lights window, door and motion indicators


It sounds like the auto-stay arming function. Try arming it and opening and closing the door.

Feb 10, 2009 | GE Security Simon 3 Wireless Home Security...

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