Justificable: it didnt work for me men
the blue light just stays on
but my remote still wont work !
CENTAUR559: I have a Viper 5901 and first I had trouble getting my antenna to work to
put it in valet mode (remote would not lock or unlock) so i decided to
check the cables and remembered seeing something about a fuse on the brain.
So it turns out the fuse was bad and I just replaced it and was able to
"reset" my alarm but the remote still does not communicate with the alarm.
Are there any other fuses I should check or is there a way the remote
could have unprogrammed itself from the system?
Stephen Elkins: Jonah Hill instructs you how to reset your car alarm.
Jamie Brandrick: I tried this and I got the 3 chirps but the truck would not start with the
remote start. I did it three times with no luck. The lights on the dash
come up and the alarm light flashes, the horn sounds like it is going to
start, the heaters come on but the truck won't start????
Cristian Alvarado: Thanks i was out in the cold fir an hour until i found this video. Thanks
Daniel Ulino: Holy freaking horrible directions!
INTERNA9: YOU ARE THE BEST !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
jrl1276: Thanks bro! Worked on my 01Tahoe!!!
kaaskt: This worked perfectly. thank you for sharing.
ricka dehart: Hi what if i lost the other remote start er to my car howdo i change the
code on the one i still have
Richard West: What do you do after the light turns a solid red? Start the car?
Joe Tuttle: great help thanks alot
Judy Gutierrez: Thank you so much for the tip, it worked like a charm..
Jil Gordon: I cannot find the Valet button? Any suggestions. It worked this morning
then two hours later nothing. When I press any of the buttons a little red
flash is on the remote. Does that mean anything? that the battery is not
dead? But where is the valet button?
Rene Guerrero: It work on my daughter's '99 Camry Toyota, just like you have explained.
Lots of thanks...
iFreshhh: I did every thing you told me but, when I was holding the valet button I
didn't hear anything???
RapNerdtv: Worked like a charm!
nhbrett: Good job! Thank you!
julius ayong: would like to see on how to on pontiac grandam?recently died on me my
remote start after i replace my battery thanks
Yefry Deleon: Great video! I was having that problem and now is working. Thanks
D Gray: Thank you, thank you, thank you! In the one hour between locking my car
and coming back to my car, my remote's battery died. I couldn't get into
my car. I finally decided I had to just open the door; the horn started
honking, etc. I finally got the alarm to stop, but then couldn't start my
car. I pulled out my cell phone and found your video. You saved my day
and my Friday afternoon!!
Dhalsim Jones: to semi-permanently disable my aftermarket alarm that was installed years
ago by future shop.
1) I have no remote control
2) alarm is continuously on (unless I disconnect battery)
...here is what I did (btw, I'm a noob when it comes to car alarms but this
solved my issue).
1) disconnect the negative terminal on the battery
2) just to make the sound go away first, I found the speaker, this is a
black cone shape and it's mounted on a swivel hinge pointed down under the
hood located near the battery, just cut the 2 wires leading to it and
isolate it with electrical tape. (this thing is just mounted with a 2 or
more screws and you can clearly see that it's not part of factory due to
the type of screws used and the way it's mounted in odd position).
3) find the alarm "shock" module under the dashboard, there will be a few
black box modules under the dash, the one you should look for is one with a
green and/or red LED, it will have a "sensitivity" adjustment
"potentiometer" (a little thingy that you can put a screwdriver in to
adjust, look closely because it's very small, use a flash light) that you
can adjust the sensitivity when someone hits the car to trigger the alarm.
Turn it counter-clockwise as far as it can go to minimize/disable
You may also need to cut the straps to loosen the modules in order to
access it, just make sure not to cut any wires (if you do, then make sure
to strap them back into place, you don't want a connection going loose or
your foot accidentally attaching to it while you drive)
4) connect negative terminal back
5) you might notice now that the alarm noise is off (since we cut the alarm
speaker), but the front-headlights are still blinking, and the inside of
the car might be making a beeping noise on and off. This is because the car
alarm is still active and this will eventually drain your battery.
6) there is a bypass toggle switch located and mounted somewhere under your
dashboard, for mine it was a metal silver toggle switch you press down (and
again you can clearly see from how it's mounted and the type of mount that
it's not factory). I don't know what this switch does exactly, but it seems
like it resets the alarms "memory". Find this toggle switch first.
7) in order for this toggle switch to work to reset the alarm, turn the car
The press this switch and hold it down for a few seconds, you may hear a
"click" sound, when you do, turn the car off and this should effectively
disable the alarm (if it was constantly on which it was in my situation).
Note and Caution: this process atleast reduces significantly the chance for
the car alarm to go on (hence "semi-permanently"), in my case I don't have
anymore problems. However, the car alarm might be screwed up and you should
still be careful that you don't drain your battery when the
front-headlights blink and interior noise is on (indicating the alarm is
triggered). If this happens just repeat steps 6 and 7.
Otherwise you have two choices to permanently disable:
1) you will have to go to an automotive electronic specialist who can
permanently disable the aftermarket alarm without affecting the factory
2) the other way is more risky do it yourself, and requires tiny bit of
electronics background (I was about to go this route). Even though it may
look like a rats nest of wiring, all you would have to do to take it back
to "factory" default condition is to trace the wires that are taped from
the aftermarket alarm modules , disconnect those and connect them back to
their original corresponding factory wire. You will have to definitely know
which module is for the aftermarket alarm, and then based on the wire type
and color connect it back to original factory. Because they are taped you
can definitely see which ones were modified, so take those apart then
disconnect the modules altogether, then you will be left with factory
wires, and connect them back the same way.
Anyhow, I hope this helps anyone, alarms systems can fairly complicated
because they "integrate" to many aspects of the car, make sure know what
Evie Lane: thanks
Anthony Plettl: Having this issue with my 98 ford explorer with a command start remote
starter. i don't have the remote. changed battery and now can't start it.
seems like there is some sequence to get it going. Help please !!
Evie Lane: I have a 2007 misubishi outlander change batteries and the lights on remote
work but won't unlock /lock my car, can you help and I don't have the valet
buttons you talked about in your video.
Larry Schultz: unable to use remote start after battery change. anti-theft alarm seems to
be operating normally (as per manual). unable to find valet button, and not
even sure of actual model # installer (circuit city ) out of business. I
know it's just a matter of clicks on the remote but none have worked.
Ron Waters: Remote Start
J*19: I tried doing this to my car but all it does is a clicking sound and my
command start still doesn't work. Is there another way to do it or am i
missing something here? thanks.
Barry Arntz: Thank you very much It now works again
dmx1650: @33soccer4life33 hey my remote dosen't lock or unlock my doors ,i replaced
battery in the remote the same thing happends. its a older clifford.so if
you could give some advice on what to do or try that would be great. just
message me when you get a chance thanks
Bruce Townsend: Great, and then what?
SouthJerseyLongboard: i think it should. both fords so it probably will
pinoymetalhead: Yo seriously ur a lifesaver. Thanks for this vid man. This worked on my
sonyalish: I have a 1999 Chevy Lumina and i have an alarm on it but it was put on by
an alarm place. i hold the button to start my car and it used to work but
now sometimes i cant start my car for a day or so what should i do? it
messed up 3 days ago but started again late that night and then it wouldn't
start but i would hit the button and it would start right up, im so confused
Beto: Where you able to fix your problem? I have a similar problem.
dj fofo: You just save me a lot of money Thanks. It works good
mark greene: thanks for the help
mexicanthungs: Chingen su madre wey
sutonchef: THANKS FOR SHOWING THIS VIDEO. I THOUGHT THE VALET BUTTON WAS ON THE REMOTE
CONTROL. YOU SHOWED ME WHERE IT IS UNDER THE DASH. THANKS
atownvet88: Will this work for my 04 chevy impala...i have a aftermarket scytek
alarm/auto start...i had to replace my car battery and the autostart stop
working...and my alarm goes off like every 15 min...so i have to put it in
valet mode so it will stop going off....please help if you can thanks!!
Jonathan Brackman: Can this be done to a 2011 INFINITI G37dx
Real Performance And Models: Will this work for a 1996 accord
RISK23OG1: i have a 2004 expedition and always activates remote start when i lock the
doors,even if i manually lock doors from inside... can someone tell me
whats wrong or what can i do
Anthony Lopez: i have a 2000 jeep grand cherokee with a factory alarm
edward-o niugerra: AWESOME!! THIS WORKS!! ACTIVATED AN ALARM THAT DOESN'T TURN OFF! WALKED
HOME LOOKED UP "HOW TO ALARM" THIS POST CAME UP WENT BACK TO THE CAR AND
JACKPOT!! THIS DUDE IS A LIFESAVER!!!! THANKS BRO
chiefrockone: Should this work on a 03 Honda crv. I tried but no results. Help pls!
33soccer4life33: @Mr4li3n If its your remote, your batteries may be going bad. How old is
Dizzlefashizzle: just saved me 40 bucks at a car shop and Im a female...thank you muah