Central locking fault

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Re: Central locking fault

Postby Simon_P » Thu 12.05.2022, 21:14

GeoffSmith wrote:
Saltire wrote:From memory (because I don’t have my original any more), the third key is the siren turn-off key for the original Aquila alarm

Correct.
Interesting, not something I've seen before. It doesn't look like the picture in the handbook - was the alarm transmitter like the one in the picture? it looks huge I wouldn't mind hving a go at converting one for my automatic garage door.
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Re: Central locking fault

Postby Saltire » Thu 12.05.2022, 21:43

No, Simon. The S2 had a transmitter in the master key, which had an oval end to accommodate it. The original alarm also came with a spare fob, which was a rectangular device with (IIRC) red and yellow buttons. I have a picture somewhere, which I’ll look out and post tomorrow if I can find it.
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Re: Central locking fault

Postby Simon_P » Thu 12.05.2022, 22:54

Thaks Jonathan . Yes looking at page 8 there is the key which I have had on other cars. But I've not had the siren keys, transmitter, or the plastic security card.
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Re: Central locking fault

Postby Saltire » Fri 13.05.2022, 13:44

As promised!

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Note that the siren keys on mine were as shown earlier in this thread, and not as shown on the manual page here.
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