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Remote Arming/Disarming Car Alarm 1881 with Automatic Door Lock/Unlock

Remote Arming/Disarming Car Alarm 1881 with Automatic Door Lock/Unlock

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●Remote arming/disarming

●Silent arming

●Panic/car finder

●Auto rearming

●Auto arming

●Closing door reminder when arming

●Door unclosed warning while drive

●Door lock/unlock with remote

●Automatic door lock/unlock

●Siren chirp

●Parking lamp output

●Door trigger(-)

●ACC trigger

●two Stage 3 wires shock sensor

●Led status indicator

●Power window(-)

●Temporary chirp disable

●Intrusion memory and notice

●Zone violated identification

●Power interrupted memory


●Ignition/start disable

●Emergency override

●Code learning

●Dome light output(-)






Q:lol, no matter the time of day, I always assume it‘s an annoying false alarm, kind of makes you wonder if there‘s a point to having one, if everyone just ignores it.
Ugh i have a neighbor with a piece of sh!t car. The alarm goes off every time she starts it. Then she sits there for 10 minutes while it's going off. Every fvckin day. Sometimes I think it's my car and I have to go down and make sure. Drives me nuts.
Q:I have a 2000 Intrepid that is driving me crazy. OK the alarm goes off 5 or 6 times every day, all day, all night, all the time. I dont know if there is a sensitivity issue but i can lean against the car or jiggle the handle and it wont go off. Is there a way to fix this? Im to the point where i just want my car locked and leave the alarm off if i cant figure this out. Any suggestions? Thanks for your time
if there's any kind of a voltage draw on the system it will do that, i own a car with a similar system and when the battery was going bad in it, it would do that several times a day,and the car would still start and run real good,next time it does this take and remove both battery cables from it and touch both of the cables together at the same time ,there won't be no voltage on either of them but it will force the alarm system to reset its self and this might stop it from doing that,you cant hurt nothing by trying this,because there won't be no power hooked up to anything,it works about 99% of the time though,good luck
Q:my car alarm goes off automaticly and it kills my battery i think it time for a tune up but i dont want to get it done just yet all i want to do is dissconnect the car alarm
Q:its going to be my project show car. i need the alarm to have a great security that can notify me when my car is being tampered with or something is touching it. pretty much a good alarm that has everything from keyless entry to engine starter to car tracking.
I'm sure you will find just waht your looking for at Crutchfield dot Com. But pager alarms you have to suscribe to a service so your car talks to your phone or pager. When you really get into your car you don't let out of your sight anyway.
Q:Why is it when you bump into someones car, the alarm sounds off, but when you close the door it doesn‘t. Does the opening of the door disconnect the system temporarily until it is shut?10 points,Nick
on my car, the alarm won't activate if the door is not locked , and unlocking the door deactivates the alarm ,I also have a remote that turns the alarm off and on
Q:I own a pretty old camry that was purchased with factory installed alarm which opened doors, and ect. I recently lost the eletronic remote part in which you open the doors with. Does anyone know if it is even possible to replace one of those eletronic remotes either aftermarket or going into the dealer. And if so how much are the prices?
Remotes or key fobs are always on OKorder and go from anywhere from 1-60 bucks, Programming them can usually be done by the owner if not the dealerships usually charge about 35 dollars to program them to your car. Hope this helps.
Q:Has anybody called the police when theyve heard a car alarm go off?
I haven't but I do investigate. I live in apartments and it is easy for me to take the garbage out and snoop around. Never saw a problem. We have some very loud pickups and one motorcycle that set alarms off all the time. Of course, if I did meet up with car thieves, I'm sure I'd faint.
Q:Last night I accidentally left my car unlocked. Stupid, yeah I know. But anyway, even if it was locked, it doesn‘t have a car alarm. I was wondering if there was anyway that I could make a homemade car alarm to catch this thief that has been stealing stuff from people‘s cars lately in my neighborhood? Any ideas? It‘s becoming quite bothersomeEspecially since he stole over 100 bucks from my dad and 40 bucks from me -.-; Basically I want something to where if you open the door, something loud and scary goes off.like a blowhorn gt;:D!
I've got an idea. Place a small switch inside your gas door (somewhat hidden, easy to access and away from the elements of mother-nature), this will be the power switch. Run one side of the switch to your dome light(s), or at least to the circuit for the dome light. The second side of the switch will go to a small relay (that you could pick up from any auto parts store). Get power to the relay from a non-keyed power source (so it is always energized). From the relay tie it to your car horn. When you leave your car for the night, step back and open the fuel door, flip the switch then shut the fuel door. Now, if a car door gets opened, the dome light comes on, energizing the relay, and causing your car horn to honk (it will be continuous as if you held in the horn button), and will continue to honk till the door(s) are closed (unless your dome lights have a 15sec delay before they go off, then the horn will honk till the lights go out). When you want to get in the car, step to the fuel door, turn the switch off, then get in your car as normal. Total cost about $15. Remember you will need some understanding of electrical circuits and understand operation of a relay. You asked for a cheap way, you got it.
Q:So I have 1999 jeep grand cherokee limited. Every time the doors locked and I go to unlock it manually the alarm goes off. And in order for it to stop I have to put the key in the ignition. (I have to do it manually cuz I don‘t have the unlock button that connects to your keys ) anyways. I did find the fuse box for the alarm.but that works the horn also. So if I take the fuse out the alarm doesn‘t work nor does the horn. And I need the horn. I‘m just really frustrated and I need help. It‘s very annoying.
if ur from india.i can help u
Q:my parents like to set the car alarms on at night on the cars parked in the driveway. (so they could hear if i take them out).can someone please tell me how to dissable the alarm. i have both the regular car key and the remote.PLEASE HELP!
if you mean when you use the remote the sound of the alarm dis-arming will wake them, then theres nothing you can do, you need the alarm off to disconnect the siren, the only thing is if you have a chance at some other time while the alarm is off during the day or what ever to disconnect the siren, once that is done you just have to dis-arm the alarm and the indicators will just blink with no sound, but obviously your parents will notice this if they use the car there is a few morale concerns though dude, what if the car gets stolen one night, the insurance could be void because the alarm was tempered with, not to mention deceiving your parents, if they wake and see the car is gone they could report it stolen and even if they decide to not press charges you could still be arrested for auto theft, also, they might not have insurance for younger/other drivers.
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