MY SECURITY SYSTEM ARMED ITSELF N NOW I CANT START MY CAR, WHAT DO I DO TO DISARM IT?

Asked by Mar 16, 2013 at 08:12 PM about the 1987 Buick Grand National

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I SHUT MY GN OFF HIT DOOR LOCK BUTTON, N THE LIGHTS STARTED FLASHING N NOW I CANT START MY CAR. WHAT CAN I DO TO DISARM THECSECURITY SO I CAN START MY CAR W/O THAT PROBLEM AGAIN?

2 Answers

1- Doors closed system armed or un-armed: lamp off. 2- Doors open system un-armed: lamp flashing. 3- With door open press PDL switch to LOCK doors and arm system: lamp goes from flashing to on steady. 4- With door open press PDL switch to UNLOCK doors and dis-arm system: lamp goes from on steady to flashing. 5- Do step 3 again, to arm system then close doors. System will activate and lamp will go out in 2 seconds. 6- Key unlock from outside dis-arms system. Otherwise lights flash and horn blows if entry is gained by other means: jimmybar, or popping lock cyls on doors or trunk.

THANK YOU,WILL RECONNECT BATTERY IN AM N TRY THAT.

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