theft detterrent

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Asked by Jun 19, 2013 at 01:47 PM about the 2007 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Work Truck

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

how do you service this deterrent system

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Use your GM keyless remote to unlock the doors by pressing the "Unlock" button. This button looks like an opened lock. The other option is to unlock the doors with the GM key, and turn the car ignition on. These are the only two options for manually deactivating the alarm, and trying to unlock the doors in any other way will not work. Exit the car and leave the door open. Press the lock switch from inside the car to lock the doors. Be sure all other doors, trunk, hood and lift gate are also closed. If anything else is open, the alarm will not be reset. Close the door and wait for the security light to stop flashing from inside the car. Another option is to close the doors first, and then press the "Lock" button on the keyless remote. This will also pre-arm the theft-deterrent alarm system. If you do not open the doors or press the unlock button on the keyless remote for 10 seconds, the theft-system will go into armed stage.

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