Cure: I sprayed lots of ether (or degreaser or carburetor cleaner), using that little red tube, into the latch unit. This rinses off the old sticky dirty dried out lube. Then I sprayed in a little lube like WD40. Next "flick" the outside handle a few times. Next use the key to move the lock back and forth. It took a couple of tries but the door works fine now.
same m8 mine waz da same n i did wot u did n it work ed trust him
You disarm the system by unlocking the door. The controller picks up a ground from a device mounted on the end of the lock cylinder.
Usually with a key from the outside or thumbolt from the inside.
== == to engage the alarm press the door lock button on either door panel this will turn on the alarm to shut it off unlock the door from outside either side should disarm the alarm.
By inserting the key in the door lock and turning.
== == remove the door panel about half way down the door and about 6 inches from the front inside edge of the door you will see 2 large rivets that hold the lock actuator in place,if i remember correctly it will have a 2 wire harness run to it,hope this helps
Open the door, next to the door latch is a little slider. You use a key to slide the Child lock in the direction opposite where it is now.
I can't find it, does somebody have this answer?
On my 79 Corvette, the alarm system is activated when you lock the car with you key from outside the car. The alarm, if tripped, can only be disactivated by inserting your key in the lock mechanism and turned counter clock wise as if unlocking the door. NOTE, the alarm cannot be acivated by locking the door from the inside without use of your key. Don.
turning key in the door lock should disengage the alarm
The child safety lock is engaged. Disengage it on the door next to the latch.
Open the door and on the rim, you'll see the switch.