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Lights were left on. Whenever i try to charge battery the antitheft goes off. I have no manual please help
Re: Dead battery how to reset antitheft (mrkrausman)if your wondering how to turn of the the alarm, connect the battery and then turn the key in the door to “unlock” it, even if its already unlocked..
Re: Dead battery how to reset antitheft (vdub ftdub)driver side key unlock is broken and passenger side won”t turn. disconnected battery terminals to charge. reconnected terminals didn”t deactivate alarm
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|Quote, originally posted by mrkrausman »|
|driver side key unlock is broken and passenger side won”t turn. disconnected battery terminals to charge. reconnected terminals didn”t deactivate alarm|
Re: Dead battery how to reset antitheft (sun98gtiVR6)Could I manually operate power locks by removing door panel to be able to drive it to the shop? The tab on the key cylinder is broke off.
Re: Dead battery how to reset antitheft (mrkrausman)Try putting key in the ignition and turned to the on position before reconnecting battery.
|Quote, originally posted by Jckl »|
|try the trunk lock. I have never tested it but i have heard it will turn off the alarm.|
this is 100% true, it”s how i had to deactivate my alarm before getting up off my lazy arse and fixing my front door locks… make your life easy and fix the drivers” door at least…
|Quote, originally posted by burkvw96 »|
|Try putting key in the ignition and turned to the on position before reconnecting battery.|
Heard of someone frying there ECU by doing this but they didn”t realize they had the key still on the on position when they hooked there battery back up. I wouldn”t do this.
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