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Old 08-27-2006, 08:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Alarm Question, please help!!!

My car is a 95 325i (96 325i here in Mexico) and my problem is that my security-keyless entry is blocked. The owner's manual says that if you need to reprogram the remote control on the key the doors must have been opened with the remote the last time, if not the system will block, and guess what??? that's exactly what i did!!!. Now my system is blocked and i don't know how to unblock it. if any one of you knows how to do it please let me know how. my second option is to install an aftermarket alarm (viper or something like that) but I can't find the connector behind the glovebox (i supose that my car is prewired) or the OEM alarm module.



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Here is a picture of my car, can any one tell me which one is the module for my OEM alarm????





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not really sure on reprogramming the factory is something someone else here will have to pipe in on. my alarm had alpine stamped on the top of it. aftermarket alarms usually have more range and more features than an 11 year old factory system. hope this helps...
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Thanks da_bull,

I think I'm going to try to replace the alarm once I find the OEM module to connect the aftermarket one there. If someone knows which one is de alarm module in the picture, please let me know.


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