the fobs need to be reprogrammed try the following procedure
step 1.) make sure that all windows and doors are closed (not locked)
step 2.) insert ignition key and turn from the off position to on position (do not crank engine) 6 times within 10 seconds. your key should be in the off position, when you have finished this procedure the hazard warning lights will flash twice to indicate that car is in programming mode.
step 3.) REMOVE the ignition key, press and hold the "UNLOCK" button, whilst still pressing the unlock button, press the "LOCK" button 3 times, then release the "UNLOCK" button and release the lock button. You will see the "FLASH ONCE" from the hazard warning lights, if not try step 3 again slowly!
notice*** if you have another fob to program then just follow step 3 only!!!... you can have upto 4 fobs programmed.
Step 4.) re-insert your ignition key and turn to the "ON" posistion, hazards should flash twice to represent programming finshed etc.
Step 5.) CHECK that your fob/s unlock and lock the doors etc
Start by replacing the battery in the remote.
Affirmative. You must find out which fuse controls the alarm and remove it prior to reinstalling or re-connecting the battery. Have your remote handy when replacing the fuse as the alarm will go off!
Try turning your key in drivers door to unlock, should reset the alarm
Look in your owner's manual. put the key in the door
Mine did that for a while, I tried everything, except replacing the battery. When the battery gets low it triggers the alarm. It turned out to be an easy fix
You would disconnect the battery terminals.
i assume you mean your marker lights. it sounds like your alarm going off, you must have a aftermarket alarm
after i changed the battery in my Nissan quest 1997, the alarm system stay on and do not let me statr it? What can i do ?
Normally when a smoke alarm keeps beeping the battery is low and needs replacing.
some car alarms have a backup battery in them. thses batteries if worn out can stop the alarm working.also sometimes the battery in the remote needs replacing to work
It could be that the battery in the remote is low. Replace the battery first. If that does not fix the problem, take it to a shop that repairs car alarms. Many have been fixed just by replacing the battery. Prior to the battery going completely out, it will cause the alarm to misread.
From my experience ... if you insert the key and turn it to the far right to the position (just short of actually starting the car) you are then able to disconnect the battery and replace it without the alarm setting off.
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The anti-theft fuse under the hood next to the battery seems to have done the trick.
Intermittent and repeated beeping from a smoke alarm is generally a sign that the battery is in need of replacing.
Did you replace the Battery on the Alarm Control or the Battery in the vehicle? 1) Check all points of alarm contacts (doors, hood, trunk) on the vehicle, spray a little WD 40, to make sure they're not sticking. 2) Check the alarm fuse. Hope it helps -AJ. just had this question answered by nissan, and it worked, lock and un-lock drivers door manually with the key, resets system, worked for me-Tony929
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I had the same problem with my 2000 xterra and it turned out to be low battery voltage. Check your battery this is most likely your culprit. Mudlvr
Removing the battery has immobilized the car and this security feature can be turned off with your key fob alarm controller.
Leave driver's door open when replacing the battery. It's when upon installation of battery, you open driver's door and the alarm activates, right? Leave door open during installation. Same goes when you are charging up the battery, leave door open.
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I have a 1995 Nissan pathfinder and the alarm computer was under the driver seat. I just took out the seat and unplugged the alarm computer. Not sure if it's the same on a 1994 Nissan pathfinder.
I believe you need to just start the engine with the key, it worked for me
If you know for sure that the alarm is functioning correctly, but the key-fob doesn't operate - either the fob is faulty or the battery is flat. Replace the battery - if the fob operates the alarm, then the battery was flat. If the alarm still doesn't operate, then the fob is faulty. You can always test the battery with a multimeter - although you may have to dismantle the remote to get at the battery !
If you set the alarm (i.e. lock the car) and then disconnect the battery, the alarm will go off. If you disconnect the battery when the alarm is not set (i.e. when the car is unlocked) the alarm will not go off. (So don't try to nick a locked one).