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hondaccord94 
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Posted: October 02, 2005 at 8:47 PM / IP Logged  
I just installed an alarm for my car, but now my sisters Transmitter is triggering ARM/DISARM on her car and my car. i lost all funstion with one of my transmitter. i tried following the instructions in the manual and it still does it. it wont delete all the transmitter form my car, i tried doing thins to my sisters car also. Need help quick befor emy sister goes off at night and my alarm disarms! thanks
Alarm: both are Viper 3000 series or AKA 3012
car: honda accord & Integra
larkster 
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Posted: October 02, 2005 at 9:57 PM / IP Logged  

if delete all transmitters doesnt work.  just re learn your transmitters three times that will bump out her transmitters.   do you just get one long beep when you try to do it.  if so the programming feature might be locked out with a bitwriter by the installer.

hondaccord94 
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Posted: October 02, 2005 at 10:27 PM / IP Logged  
i get 1 short then 1 long beep. i did it alot of times and i cant get it to kick out the transmitter. is there something i did wrong?
my way:
1. key turned to on position
2. turn key back 1 click (not off)
+++++ i hear 1 beep
3. hold down valet button for 3 secs
+++++ i hear 1 beep
4. press the valet button 11 times
5. press and hold valet button
+++++ i hear 11 beeps and see the LED blink 11 times
6. ???
is that how i delete all transmitter? when i press the transmitter arm/disarm it beeps 1 or twice depending on with one i press. pls reply soon. thanks in advance
gus1 
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Posted: October 02, 2005 at 11:26 PM / IP Logged  
leave key on in the run position when learning transmitters....   Key on, then off puts you into the programing menus.
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JWorm 
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Posted: October 03, 2005 at 12:03 AM / IP Logged  
1. Open door, turn key on
2. Press valet button 11 times (if that is what Delete All is)
3. Press valet button 1 additional time, but don't let go.
4. Press 'Lock' on an existing transmitter.
5. Turn key off.
Now, none of the remotes will work.
6. Key on.
7. Press valet button 1 time (if that is how to program a new transmitter).
8. Press valet button 1 additional time, but don't let go.
9. Press 'Lock' on remotes you want programmed.
10. Turn key off.
11. Test remotes
hondaccord94 
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Posted: October 04, 2005 at 4:00 PM / IP Logged  
alright guys, i need heklp once more. i cant find my manaul becasue i missplaced them somewhere. i tried deleting all the remotes from both cars. press the remote button so it can start differently but to no avail, my remote took over my sisters car and she wasnt able to disarm her car. and now i cant stop the alarm with my remote anymore.
as i recall, when i open the door and trigger the alarm off, i have 15 sec to put the key in and start the car and press the valet button to disarm it. i tried couple times, but still wouldbnt able to disarm it. any help would be great!

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