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"Anti-Theft" System

Discussion in 'Interior / Audio / Electronics' started by wrod7, Nov 23, 2009.

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  1. wrod7

    wrod7 New Member 5+ Year Member

    May 14, 2009
    Brooklyn, NY

    I have a 00 civic, when I first got the car the alarm system was working great, I was able to open the doors with the key to disable the alarm. Then one day I changed the battery of my car, after that I was only able to open the doors with the transmitter (if I opened the doors with the key the alarm will go off). I didnt mind that, The problem I have now is the doors wont open at all with transmitter, so I got a new battery for it then it started working for 2 days, Now my car is parked at work, and cant open the doors with out setting the alarm off. I can open the doors with the key but the alarm goes off and I cant turn the engine on. I was told to take it to a honda dealer but I cant turn the car on. I also have a after market head unit. Any way I can disable the alarm system?

    -Thank in advance!
  2. BEAR_times

    BEAR_times Undeniable Registered VIP 5+ Year Member

    Jun 25, 2008
    San Jo
    Here's a start. For help with this kinda stuff, PM RonJ.
  3. nikdevid

    nikdevid New Member 5+ Year Member

    Nov 17, 2009
    This system used to help protect your vehicle, it's worth investing in the best anti-theft system you can afford. But no anti-theft device is foolproof. Anti-theft devices deter thieves three ways:
    1. Physically no thief wants to waste precious time exerting a lot of physical effort.
    2. Visually just the sight of an anti-theft device inside a car will put off many thieves.
    3. Audibly thieves never want to draw attention to themselves.


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