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Old 3rd April 2009, 21:39   #16
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On a second thought, I was wondering, wouldn't it have been nice if you had remote locking system in your Esteem.

Thus glue or no glue, prank or no prank, one could always open the doors by the remote. Keyless entry.....
Just my thoughts. Keyless entry makes things a lot easier.Of course,if the batteries of the keyless remote die, then what? I guess the keys should allow you to get in,right? Would that de-activate the alarm system?
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Just my thoughts. Keyless entry makes things a lot easier.Of course,if the batteries of the keyless remote die, then what? I guess the keys should allow you to get in,right? Would that de-activate the alarm system?
Yes and No

Yes - It will let you IN.
No - It will just just over-ride the remote lock not the siren. Once you'll jump charge the battery, it will start sounding and you need to un-lock it through your remote.
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Just my thoughts. Keyless entry makes things a lot easier.Of course,if the batteries of the keyless remote die, then what? I guess the keys should allow you to get in,right? Would that de-activate the alarm system?
If you unlock using the key, the alarm will go off. It is construed as a 'break-in'!
You'll need to silence the alarm from the control button inside the car by keying in the appropriate code.
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You'll need to silence the alarm from the control button inside the car by keying in the appropriate code.
where can i search this code?

my alto is fitted with keyless entry and i have no data about code.
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where can i search this code?

my alto is fitted with keyless entry and i have no data about code.
A common problem! Makers seem to fail to supply the User Manual of the security system. Is it a Nippon in your car?
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A common problem! Makers seem to fail to supply the User Manual of the security system. Is it a Nippon in your car?
yes sir, it is nippon and fitted at maruti dealer in pune while i got delivery of car in sept 2006.

edit: they had provided me users manual.

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