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Door auto Locks after ignition

Old 07-10-2006, 06:35 PM
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Default RE: Door auto Locks after ignition

Hi New member,
Welcome to the forums...

I had that very same problem on two of my remote start cars was remedied by me taking both my cars back (at different times) to the Big Fat Stereo Shop that installed them.
Whatever they did I don't know..but again whatever they did to the cars...they both now work well.

Not much Help here..but a Warm Welcome just the same...

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Old 07-11-2006, 12:52 AM
Join Date: May 2006
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Default RE: Door auto Locks after ignition

First off, what kind of alarm is it?
All of the alarms made by DEI (Directed Electronics Inc.) (ex: Viper, Python, Clifford, Hornet, Sidewinder.....) are set up for the locks to lock when the key is turned to the ignition position, and to unlock when the vehicle is turned from the ignition position. There is a way to change this on DEI alarms. If you know who installed the alarm, then bring it back to then and tell them to turn off the ignition locks feature. If you installed it yourself, the look in the install/owners manual for something related to this. Then all you will have to do is locate you valet button and follow the procedures to turn off the ignition locks feature. Let me know with any further questions.....

P. S. If you dont know who installed it, try passing by an install shop to see if they can take a look at it for you. At Best Buy we do this all the time, but have to charge a small fee...
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