The 3.0 Acura CL alarm system is wired into a car alarm brain. This will need to be disconnected. It is advised that a professional disconnects it as doing this incorrectly will leave the car unable to be used.
The alarm can cause your lights to flash and keep the engine from starting. Remove the car alarm fuse, for 30 seconds. Put the fuse back into its original slot and the car alarm system should be reset.
disconnect battery and taking no longer than 30 seconds after disconecting batterie use the alarm control to turn off alarm. reconnect battery if this does not work you will have to take car to dealer there is a special tool for plugging into modern cars to avoid complete loss of battery power when changing batteries etc in newer models
To re fresh the alarm, remove the fuse to the alarm, for 30 seconds then re fit, but be ready on the alarm key fob, to turn the alarm off, becose it will sound and flash the lights, when you first put the alarm fuse back in. After you turn off the alarm witht he key fob, it should work as normal alarm again :).
its either the factory alarm or ur battery i had the exact same ordeal only for 45mins then start
try diss-conecting the battery for 15-30 minutes and hook it back up .
On 2003 Tibron when you set the alarm off do the following, while the horn is sounding turn key to ACC, roll the driver window down and wait for horn to stop then wait 30 seconds and start the car.
Connect the power and unlock the shut drivers door with your key.
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On a 2002 Pontiac Grand Am: turn the key to the on position for 30 minutes or until the security light goes out. The car should start.
There is not a fuse that you can pull. If you are asking because you only have a valet key and your alarm is active (goes off for ~30 seconds every time you start the car), try opening the trunk, or trunk then driver door then unlocking all doors, then start the car again. The trunk lock has a switch that disables the alarm when it is opened with the key.
The 2003 Acura NSX has a drag coefficient of .30 Cd.
The 2004 Acura NSX has a drag coefficient of .30 Cd.
The 2002 Acura NSX has a drag coefficient of .30 Cd.
If your 97 Nissan Maxima's alarm is like mine, put your key in the driver's side door and "unlock" the car. The alarm will only go off if the other three doors have been locked (driver's side door remains unlocked) and you have closed the door and left the car alone for 30 seconds or more. Then when the driver's side door is opened again the alarm goes off.
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Disconnect - 2005 was released on: USA: 30 November 2005 (L3FTB3H1ND)
You can disconnect the battery for about 30 minutes then reconnect. This may solve the problem. You will need to reset the time etc in the car.
On most new car, you can disconnect the negative cable on the battery for about 30 second but make sure that you have the radio code secured if you are working in a Honda or any car that have an anti theft system.
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The standards disconnect starts from 30, 60, 100, 200, 400, 600.
The alarm system is integrated into the Comfort Control Module and cannot be disabled, it is behind the dash under and to the left of the steering column I believe. there are two electrical connectors going to it. one is the main harness for all the interior electronics and such. Then there is a smaller connector which the alarm portion of the module uses to flash the lights and sound the horn. This plug can be disconnected with no ill effects. The alarm will essentially be "disabled" but you will still hear a clicking coming from a relay in the Comfort Module anytime the alarm would usually sound, usually lasting for 30 seconds.
Use exactly what Acura recommends and nothing else.