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Old 21st July 2013, 22:41   #16
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Repairing/servicing remote is easy.!

just open it up. some has tiny screws and some plastic clips.

in case of clips use a small victorinox or any blade that you may have to pry open.

wash the rubber part and let it dry.

on the pcb, spray wd40, if you dont have it use AXE spray. Use an old tooth brush, be careful on the crystals as its terminals are very delicate.

Let it dry and reassemble it again. Simple.

PS: Do people want a DIY on it?
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Old 22nd July 2013, 09:18   #17
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Thanks JustCause. Exactly right.
Coordinates of shop please ?
It's in Lajpat Rai market. Shop no. 565. I guess it was called Amar Radios.

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Old 24th September 2015, 16:06   #18
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Hi there! I am reopening a very old thread here. My minda car auto locking system (that came with a neat silver body and 4 button remote, with black sides) has stopped working with a 10 year old Esteem car. And this happened out of the blue. The gizmo is fired up with electricity, so I believe it is a programming issue.

I can't find the minda remote programming manual (assuming I was given one) I would appreciate a few pointers here, to the manual around programming the minda remote or DIY post. Cheers
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Yipee! I cracked the code after some permutations. Here goes the step to match the remote (silver body with 4 buttons on a black background) to the MINDA car alarm system.
1. Turn ignition ON (from OFF position) and press both lock & un-lock buttons. Return to ignition OFF position
2. Turn ignition ON and OFF. Repeat this 4 times. On the 4th count, press both lock & un-lock buttons. At this point in time, the indicators will start flickering.
3. The remote is now ready to be paired with the car alarm unit. Press the lock button to complete pairing of the remote (repeat this for other remotes that need pairing)
3. Turn ignition ON th
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