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As long as the batteries are rechargeable it could take 30 mins to several hours depending on how low the batteries are, the make and their use.

Auriga Pro | Answered on Jan 02, 2018


Stanley Vehicle... | Answered on Jan 01, 2018

Various anti theft systems. Immobilizer. Usually a chip or circuit in the key fob that synchronizes with a board in the vehicle and enables the starter and ignition to operate.
Your daler May be able to replace the circuit or reprogram your key fob.

Megatronix -... | Answered on Jan 01, 2018

Hello Craig Williams,

I always insist .. (encourage) owners to get their
manufacturers FACTORY shop manuals.. or
to use professional grade documents...

Not always practical ...

There is an excellent FREE site which includes job
times, (TSBs) technical service bulletins and original
SCHEMATIC Circuit Drawings for most popular
USA market vehicles... Registration is required (as
these are real documents)... Click the like below:

BBB Industries: BBB Industries Premium Alternators Starters Power Steering Products

My only caution... Every time you return from a CIRCUIT
... The webpage puts you BACK into TSB
mode... You must click back into "WIRING DIAGRAMS"...
I find that odd little anomaly quite annoying.

Hope this is useful.

Carnac the Magnificent

Chrysler Vehicle... | Answered on Dec 30, 2017

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.

5301 LE 2 Way... | Answered on Dec 29, 2017

Typically, the insertion points for slides on the main section will be just above the frame, under the wheel well on the same side of the slide. If the toy hauler is attached wheel and the slide is above the 5th wheel section, look under the or inside the compartment, chest of drawers or what ever may be attached to the slide.

Also, you may want to look in the storage compartment area for a red handle attached to the wall, which is a matter slide power cut off switch. If you are trying to use the switch and you do not hear the motors trying to operate or when you press the switch and the lights do not dim slightly, either the fuse is blown for the slides or the master power switch is off. If you hear the motors trying to engage the slides but there is not enough power to move anything, try plugging into Shore Power. I find that my unit, even with a pair of brand new marine, deep cell batteries, small slide outs are no problem but my large super slide has always been too heavy for battery power and I need to be connected to shore power or running the generator.

Rv Motorhome ... | Answered on Dec 29, 2017


Check Engine Lights - Free Check

I see many posts about check engine lights these days. The biggest tip I can offer anyone is to drive the vehicle to Advance Auto Parts, Autozone, Oreilly Auto Parts, or sometimes your local shop to have them check this light for free. You will be amazed at what these shops can do these days for no charge! Remember it never hurts to ask!

on Dec 28, 2017 | Vehicle Parts & Accessories

OK, well a problem exists and that's good!

1.) is your remote device OEM? (original equipment) from the dealer? or is it an aftermarket device?

a.) if it's from the dealer, you can call the service mgr. or if you have a client/salesperson relationship with a dealer for your vehicle, contact your salesperson, they may be able/want to assist you in general for customer service, hopefully!
b.) if it's from the dealer, in your owner's manual there may be a how to area on programming the device to your car
c.) double check your battery type, your device may not take the type of battery you install, even though it looks the same, one battery may contain something that is not good for that type of device...(for example some electronic products will say to not use a certain type of battery with that product.) a longshot, but all things considered.
d.) once you have verified the battery, start with new batteries, reprogram device to vehicle.
e.) problem still present after that, then I would speculate to much power when device in use and draining the battery.
f.) would consider a new device
g.) should the problem persist past those steps, then your most economical approach would be to take to the dealer,

2. if remote device is aftermarket, check for a help # in owners manual for device or from aftermarket supplier of product.

Hope this was helpful.

First Tech... | Answered on Dec 27, 2017

if you do not have radio code .you have to go to the ford dealer with the serial number of the radio as so they can obtain the code

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Dec 26, 2017

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