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Old 05-25-2016, 10:09 PM   #1
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tempermental anti theft system. removal ?

Good evening to all.
I have a 2003 36 b pace arrow motor home, that has a anti teft device that is intermitant,
I can’t seem to get the proper input sequenc when the little red light is flashing.
Mainly I would like to disable it completely. Physicaly located at the base of the stearing columb a little black box with a push button switch to bypass the system in the event it goes beserk.
If tried to remove the little fuse that is hanging near by and the engine refuse to crank over.
The code to get it to work involve putting the ignition key to the on…first I think..??, pressing on the break and turning the driving light on then cranking the engine.
If some one as a similar sequence I would appreciate some information. I have tried many combination but one question remain, do I have to put the egnition to on first ..?
I did that with light break or break light and it’s not working. (always with ignition to on first)
The little red light use to flash all the time, telling you to input the code or you have a whaitin period of I minute or you depress the bypass sw. and it start.
I would rather get rit of it completely.
Any one know the brand name of company that specialise in this fiels.
The routine at this moment is 90 % of the time the light is not flashing, then I turn the key and it start. Some time when turning the key the light start to flash and it’s a tug of war between the by pass switch and the ignition key. On day it’s going to win and I’ll be stuck..
As always thanks a million..
Puzzle.
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Old 05-25-2016, 10:29 PM   #2
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Trace the wires from this.
When it is installed, they cut the starter wire from the ignition switch, and connect the two cut ends to your device.

Look for a couple of crimp connectors that go to two wires of the same color. These are the wires that were cut.

Splice them back together, and the anti- theft is bypassed.

Once this is done and it starts fine, you can just remove the other wire connections.

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thank you very much, I will look for the wire.
as usual Irv2 is invaluable..
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thank's Dan, I got it off and what a relief when it now start EVERY time

thank"s a million. or a billion as it's more common today..
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thank's Dan, I got it off and what a relief when it now start EVERY time

thank"s a million. or a billion as it's more common today..
Gilles.
Good to hear.These darn things are $10 worth of parts, and the deskers sell them for hundreds of dollars.

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