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Hazard lights keep flashing when key is removed from ignition draining battery

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Turn them off, should be a switch around or close to the wheel

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2008 Altima with push button start. Why won't the fob unlock doors?


Insert key into and remove it from ignition more than six times in 10 seconds. When the hazards lights will flash twice insert key into ignition and turn to ACC position.
Then push any button on key fob once, the hazard lights will flash twice. Then open drivers door to END.
Should be all working again.

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I have a 2006 Chevy Silverado 1500 Extended Cab 4x4. My question is that when the truck is parked & not running with no keys in the ignition , my brake lights will begin to flash on & off until it drains...


Stop lamp circuit discription

Stop Lamps
The STOP LP 25-amp fuse in the underhood fuse block supplies battery positive voltage to the normally open stop lamp switch. When the driver presses the brake pedal, the switch contacts close and battery positive voltage is supplied to both the STOP 15-amp fuse and the center high mounted stop lamp (CHMSL) 10-amp fuse in the instrument panel (I/P) fuse block, and to the turn signal/hazard module. The turn signal/hazard module then supplies voltage to both of the trailer rear turn/stop lamp supply voltage circuits. The voltage from the CHMSL 10-amp fuse is to the CHMSL and the trailer jumper harness. The voltage from the STOP 15-amp fuse is to the stop lamps, throttle actuator control (TAC) module, and the cruise control.

I think The turn signal/hazard module has something to do with the lights flashing .From looking at a wiring diagram B+ voltage from the STOP LP fuse 25amp in the under hood fuse box supply's the brake light switch , from there it feeds B+ to VEH STOP fuse 15amp and VEH CHMSL fuse 10amp an to stop lamp switch signal to the turn signal flasher module which is suppose to control the trailer stop lights . Do you have a connection for a trailer hook up ?
Remove both LT an RT TRLR fuse's both 10 amp from the I/P fuse block an see if the problem goes away .

Do you tow a trailer ? Check the trailer connector for corrosion !

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Well the remote was dropped and came open,the battery flew out.i replaced it but the truck lockes won't respond.


Do any of the other functions work? Since the battery came out, you may need to take it to a dealer and have the remote re-keyed to your specific car. If other functions do work, the circuit board in the remote might have been cracked across the traces to that particular button.

Apr 30, 2011 | Nissan Armada Cars & Trucks

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The indicator and side lights keep flashing all day draining the battery on bmw mini 2003, what is causing it?


hmmm... looks like ur HAZARD switch or ur ALARM is going!

try to remove the hazard switch or the relay and the fuse, in ur FUSE BOX, to make them stop for the meantime untill u could have a mechanic look at the problem in ur wiring system!


hope that stops evrything!

Dec 03, 2010 | 2006 BMW Mini

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The hazard lights are sticking on and draining the battery


Hi.

Replace the hazard lights switch.

Series 3 hazard light switch malfunctions are quite common. The switch may not work, or like in your case, it may short and drain the battery.You can find the procedure to remove the switch summarily described on this forum.

The switch can be tested disconnecting it from wires, and using an Ohmmeter on its contact to ensure it is opening and closing fine, and not sticking.

If the switch is fine, wiring, alarm system and crash sensor must be tested. The most common reason for this kind of problem is the switch itself.

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Hazard Lights turning on by themselves.

Hazard lights keep coming on.

Regards.

Ginko.

May 19, 2010 | 2001 BMW 325

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Program remote


The horn chirp can be disable by pressing the lock and unlock buttons simultaneously until the hazard lights flash, and no enable press the lock and unlock until the horn chirp.
To reprogram (enter new ID) key fob (keyless remote controller) follow the steps.
1. Close all doors and lock all doors
2. Insert and remove the key from the ignition key cylinder more than six times within 10 seconds. (The hazard warning lamp will then flash.) NOTE: Key should be withdrawn from ignition key cylinder completely each time.
NOTE: Do not rush the insertion/removal key cycling process. The side marker/tail/license lamps and interior illumination will flash twice when this step is accurately completed.
3. Insert key on ignition key cylinder and turn ignition key switch to "AAC" position At this time, the new ID code is entered and original (previous) ID codes are erase.
4. Press any button on the new remote controller once. (The hazard warning lamp will then flash)
NOTE: Do not press the button more than one time in the above step. If the button is pressed more than one time, the programming procedure will not be successful. The side marker/tail/license lamps and interior illumination will flash twice when this step is accurately completed and programming is successful.
If there is only one remote controller skip step 5.
5. Additional ID code entry Release the door lock, then lock again with door lock/unlock switch (In power window main switch)
6. Remove key from ignition
7. Unlock driver side door, open driver side door and then close the door. (END)

Feb 20, 2010 | 2001 Nissan Pathfinder

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Need to program remote keyless entry for 2003 nissan pulsar?


If it is a 2003 model year vehicle follow this procedure. If it doesn't work, you may have the wrong fob which happens all the time.

Sit in vehicle and close all doors.
COMPLETELY insert and remove ignition key more than six times within 10 seconds.
Hazard lights should flash twice.
Turn ignition to ACC position
Press and hold any button on the new key fob hazard lights will flash twice
For a second key fob using the master lock switch, lock and unlock the doors then hold down any button on the second remote until the hazard lamps flash twice.
Then you are done open the door to exit the programming mode.
If the lamps didn't flash when holding down the key fob make sure you have the right key fob, they are different for each car.

Nov 25, 2008 | 1990 Nissan Pulsar

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Key fob not working


hello mate.. if it has stopped working you might want to check the battery first.. if you are sure that the battery is fine then consider reprogramming the fob to your car.. here are the steps to follow.. NISSAN

Remote Control Fob Procedures:

The Central Door locking is controlled by the Multi-Remote Control system which controls
the door locking, door super locking and emergency hazard reminders.

When the doors are locked and unlocked the unit flashes the hazard lights once for lock and twice for unlock.

A maximum of four remote controls are allowed to be programmed:

ALMERA
ALMERA TINO
PRIMERA
MAXIMA
MICRA
SERENA
VANETTE CARGO
TERANO II

Ensure all the doors have been unlocked, either by using a good transponder key or remote
control plip key.

Procedure:
1. Turn the ignition switch from Position 0 to ON 6 times within 10 seconds.
2. Next, turn ignition switch to OFF position. Leave key in ignition switch.
3. Wait 2 seconds then the system will enter programming mode and will flash the warning
lights twice.
4. Press and HOLD the unlock button on the Plip.
5. While pressing the unlock button, press the lock button 3 times.
6. Release the unlock button.
7. The warning lights will flash once to indicate successful programming.
8. Repeat procedure 4 to 7 for up to 4 plip key's.
9. When completed turn ignition ON, and the warning lights will flash 2 times.
10. Remove key, and check all plip key's for operation.
NOTE : The programming mode will stop when either the ignition is switch ON, 4 plip keys
have been programmed or no input signal either from the switch or plip keys has been received
for 120 seconds.


http://www.autokeysquad.com/nissan-fob-programming



i hope this can help you.. :)

Jul 28, 2008 | 2005 Nissan Sentra

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Hazard lights flashing


I have a 97 subaru outback and encountered the same problem. It is a security device on all newer subaru's. After changing or charging the battery, leave the negetive battery cable disconnected. Turn the key to the "on" position, then reconnect the negative terminal. This will stop the flashing.

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