theskippies wrote: after taking off the receiver my alarm set off.
Doesn't seem to matter what I short, doors don't lock and now alarm is armed continuously.
Anybody any ideas? Ta
Sometimes I should just leave things alone
tapetheescape wrote:Thanks BladeRunner. The only issue being that the alarm is currently armed with no response from the house bricks.
Therefore I have to remove the unit to short the pins, correct?
tapetheescape wrote:Is this something anyone has come across? It feels like Im so close!
Robert T wrote:If memory serves, there are separate lock and unlock wires. Either you have disturbed the connection, or the fault has been there for some time. What happens when you lock the car with the key or by pushing down the driver's door button?
Brian H wrote:Lock the car and set the alarm, press the disarm button the remote, does this unlock the car?
tapetheescape wrote:Brian H wrote:Lock the car and set the alarm, press the disarm button the remote, does this unlock the car?
Yes it does. However when I then press the button to lock and arm the alarm, it only arms the alarm and the central locking does not lock.
Brian H wrote:tapetheescape wrote:A loose connector perhaps? ........
Correct, It looks like the lock signal from the Alarm system is not getting to the car.
BladeRunner919 wrote:Do consider the perennial boot-loom issue as well - this can give all sorts of central-locking related problems.
tapetheescape wrote:I had already checked that, the loom casing all looks intact and in good condition.
tapetheescape wrote:Oooh, interesting.
Using the key to unlock the boot, it unlocks all doors. Using the key to lock the boot, only the boot is locked. The passenger and drivers side doors are not centrally locked by the boot.
Perhaps something is a bit dodgy in the loom? The passengers side door does not operate the central locking either locking or unlocking.
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