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if the seal is dry from lack of use,you may need to put some vaseline on it.

W87-Rh-P Rapide... | Answered on Jul 19, 2018

The great news is you can program your aftermarket key fob yourself. The most difficult part of this process is locating the little activation button. You have to find your alarm box and follow the wires until you find the programming button.

If you need another aftermarket key fob you can find most models here for a great price:

Here is a video that will help explain:

DEI Valet... | Answered on Jul 18, 2018

it cannot detect plastic guns or 3d made guns unless the bullet is in the gun
It is called a "metal " detector

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Jul 18, 2018

Assuming that all is well with the vehicle's electrical system (fuses, etc...), the following should work, as Viper/Clifford uses the "fail safe" method of starter disable, and it only works to lock out the starter when the alarm is functioning properly and in the armed state.

That system has a "starter kill" system. When the alarm is actived, the starter kill is engages, and won't let the starter get voltage from the ignition switch. First thing I'd try is connecting the car's battery while the ignition key is turned to the "on/run" position. Cycle the alarm to arm, then disarm, so that the LED is not blinking. It also may require using the manual override button/switch (with the key on) to reset the alarm. Should start after that.

If all else fails, reconnecting the starter wires back together (they are spliced and running through the alarm via a SPDT relay.

Viper Vehicle... | Answered on Jul 17, 2018

may be you should make a diagnostic and you can do it in a garage or you can do it by yourself if you want to do it by yourself you need some tools and you can find some good ones here:

DAF XF 105 Space... | Answered on Jul 17, 2018

First, Im not a Buick mechanic.
* Call your local Buick dealer for service.

*** Following is for information only ***
* Other than the obvious; cracked fan, mud on fan, etc.
* I found the same question on a forum;

Aloha, ukboy57

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Jul 04, 2018

There may be an open fuse in the 12-volt charger cord.

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Jul 03, 2018

That depends on the laws of your country, state, or province.

Jumpstarters For... | Answered on Jul 02, 2018

Make sure you put the batteries in right

CRL Flexible... | Answered on Jul 02, 2018

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