Top 20 Excalibur. K9-MUNDIAL-SS Entry Level Auto Alarm with Dual Zone Shock Sensor Questions & Answers


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Usually if you unplug the after market alarm system it will let you start and drive your vehicle.

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a lot of times car alarms go off when they since a voltage drop in the vehicles battery test or replace cars battery

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Is the LED indicator illuminated steady (not flashing)? If it is, than the system is in valet mode. In order the turn off valet mode, you need to press and release the valet button once. The LED should turn off and you will be able to operate the security system.

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I am assuming that you want to disable the system temporarily by putting it in valet mode. You will need to locate the valet button; they are usually installed under the dash within reach of the driver. The button should be black and about 1/2" in diameter.
Pressing and holding the button for 3 seconds while the alarm is disarmed will put the system into valet mode. The system will turn the LED light on steady and chirp the siren to indicate that valet mode has been activated. To exit valet mode, press and release the button. The LED will turn off and the siren will chirp to indicate that you have exited valet mode.

The included link is for the manual, see page 8.
http://www.caralarm.com/manuals/K-9/K9-Mundial-ss.pdf

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the flashing blue light is to let potential thieves know that there is an alarm in the car. it uses minimal power and should not drain your battery.

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The violet and green wires are connected for the door triggers. Depending on the year, make and model of your vehicle, you will only need to use one of them in most cases. The violet wire is for door triggers that go positive when the doors are opened. The green wire is for door triggers that go negative when the doors are opened.
The blue wire is usually used for the hood trigger. Most often a pinswitch will need to be installed in the engine compartment. If your vehicle has an existing negative pinswitch the blue wire can be wired in with a diode inline (diode band towards the pinswitch) to the blue wire.

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get new batt for the remote, it is almost dead.

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Try to reprogram the remotes to the alarm. Have your vehicle key and both remotes ready. The way to do this is as follows:

1. Turn ignition key to run position.
2. Within ten seconds push the valet button 5 times.
3. The siren will give a chirp, indicating that you are in programming mode.
4. Press the large button on the first remote. A chirp will be given as confirmation.
5. Press the large button on the second remote. A chirp will be given as confirmation.
6. Turn off ignition and remove key. Alarm will give long chirp indicating exiting program.
7. Try remotes. Both should be working.

For the next 48 hours, every time the vehicle is starting the siren will chirp indicating that remotes have been programmed. After 48 hours this feature will turn itself off. Also keep an eye on the alarm light as it will also blink the number of times as remotes are programmed every time the ignition is turn on.

Hope this information helps. Please rate. Thank you.

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turn key to on position, push valet 5 times then alarm will chirp then hit the lock button on remote

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can you be a little more specific. Are you talking about a remote starter???

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turn key to on position push valet 5 times then hit lock on the remote

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AN EASIER WAY TO DISARM THE ALARM IS TO FIND A SWITCH MOUNTED USUALLY UNDER STEERING COLUMN OR DRIVERS KICK PANEL.

JUST TURN KEY ON
THEN FLIP THE SWITCH.
IF ITS A PUSH BUTTON THEN JUST HOLD DOWN FOR SEVERAL SECONDS AFTER YOU TURN THE KEY ON.

REMOVING THE BRAIN IS EASY.
LAY ON YOUR BACK ON DRIVERS FLOOR AND REMOVE ANY PANELING IF IN THE WAY AND FIND SMALL BLACK BOX ABOUT 4" X 4" X 1.5" MOUNTED WITH ZIP TIES. JUST UNPLUG AND TAPE OFF THE PLUG.

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well all doors has to be closed before you hear chirp noise,if you leave one door open the alarm activate noise wont sound all doors has to be closed.

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as with any detector when it goes off they already gotcha

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Jump starters with a lead acid battery are very similar to each other and many are generic label engineered imported items. The manual mostly covers the safe useage and operating procedures that are mostly intuitive - few people that know nothing about inflating tyres or jump starting a dead vehicle would own a jump starter...

Jump starters are mostly so similar the instruction booklet for one will serve for many others. There is really only a few things to remember - a battery can explode so if sparks have to be made make sure they are nowhere near the (vehicle) battery, observe the correct polarity (failure to do so can be very expensive) and top up charge your jump starter after each use and monthly regardless (leaving it in a discharged or semi-discharged state will quickly render it useless).

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Jump Packs are a great way to boost a discharged battery that can't get the vehicle started and, in many cases, can be safer and easier to use than jumper cables. BUT they do need to be charged up at regular intervals - about once a month or so to be sure they work as expected because they can self-discharge over time. My guest, Brian Butler from Schumacher Electric, explains how and why. While I was there, he also showed me some of the different types of jump packs the company produces. http://www.batterychargers.com

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It is best to find an experienced veteran to replace the Mercedes alternator

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you can purchase from:
https://www.amazon.com/Adapter-Charger

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