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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 57290 8-Feb-2010 17:00
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Heya, having a bit of trouble trying to connect my new remote to my Uniden Immoboliser (pretty sure it's a VS2600XR or VS1600XR - not too sure)

Have got the instruction manual from unidens website and it says to "enter the first digital security code via the valet switch" This means absolutely nothing to me, can anyone please help explain how to do this to a very confused blonde chick? :)


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  Reply # 297127 8-Feb-2010 18:09
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You should have been given a code when the alarm was installed, and there should be a little switch hidden somewhere, possibly under the dash somewhere.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 297180 8-Feb-2010 19:49
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hmm alarm was already installed when i purchased the car, guess i will have to try contact the old owner...


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  Reply # 297184 8-Feb-2010 20:37
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the valet switch is a little red button witch is normally located under the dash under on the kick panel. or in the glove box or in the fuse box. you enter the code with a series of button push's on that RED button. on another alarm systems you can enter it using the ignition switch call uniden customer services they can help you with this.

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  Reply # 299445 16-Feb-2010 10:57
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Have you had any luck with this?

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 299545 16-Feb-2010 17:39
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i found out that the previous owner changed the default code and he couldn't remember what he changed it to and i was about to sell my car so i just paid some auto electicians to take out the entire alarm for $30! Should have done that agggesss ago couldn't stand the immobiliser.

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