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1991 honda accord security light flashes car will not turn on security light off car will turn on how can i disengage security system

Excalibur... | Answered on Feb 27, 2011


i have a Excalibur AL1830EDPb Remote Start Alarm 2 Way. I only have a range of about 60 ft from from the car, should this not be about 3000 ft

Excalibur... | Answered on Dec 19, 2010


you can always remove the siren and install a new one over time they do burn out just like a car horn

hope this helps

Buck Vehicle... | Answered on Dec 02, 2013


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

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Nov 25, 2020


as with any detector when it goes off they already gotcha

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Nov 23, 2020


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

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Oct 16, 2020


I don't have the same jump box but I have ran into the same problem is either gets charged in the garage or in the house that's best result for me anyway

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Oct 11, 2020


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).

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Oct 10, 2020


Will any metal detector manual serve, or do you have a specific make and model in mind?

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Sep 15, 2020


I had a problem similar to that which you described the car would start fine then few seconds later it would cut out completely.
i changed the fuel pump, Fuel pump relay and still the problem was there and a a code of P0230 i cleaned the ECU connections which still didnt change anything so i put a jumper wire to bypass the fuel pump relay it got it to work fine.
With abit more digging and head scratching i opened up the ECU and found one wire broken.
I soldered it back in place and behold the car worked a dream no problem ever since.
I also removed the bypass which i put on the fuel pump relay and put the relay back.
Dont know if this would fix your problem but hopefully it would be of help.

Vehicle Parts &... | Answered on Jul 10, 2020

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