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PostPosted: Sat May 07, 2005 10:06 pm 
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:rolleyes: stupid sounding topic i know, but am gettin real pissed off at the alrm on my rover. After attempting to jump start it today i found that i have 15 seconds to unlock off the keyfob, unimmobilise it, open the bonnet and put the key in the ignition or it wont start :x :frown:

so, where can i get the alarm removed? for now i just want to keep the central locking, but lose the alarm and blasted immobiliser.

also what sort of price am i looking at? their both cat 1.

thanks, pissed off steve

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steve you might not like this idea but, have you considered taking the entire unit out, and swapping it for an aftermarket alarm/immob/central locking?

Or if you're broke like me, buy a halfords/maplin ?30 central locking/remote switching device with keyfob..

You might find small garages have difficulty in taking out std alarms as they might need wiring diagrams / tech notes that only rover have. (on the other hand if you are feeling adventurous you could re-wire it so you have a total alarm off switch (i know my pug306 used to have a switch on the column so if you left a dog or small child in the car it wouldnt go off)


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Paul wrote:
steve you might not like this idea but, have you considered taking the entire unit out, and swapping it for an aftermarket alarm/immob/central locking?

Or if you're broke like me, buy a halfords/maplin ?30 central locking/remote switching device with keyfob..

You might find small garages have difficulty in taking out std alarms as they might need wiring diagrams / tech notes that only rover have. (on the other hand if you are feeling adventurous you could re-wire it so you have a total alarm off switch (i know my pug306 used to have a switch on the column so if you left a dog or small child in the car it wouldnt go off)


its what im cosidering atm mate, rhinopower might be sorting e out with a low-hassle clifford.

i normally would have a fiddle myself but their both cat 1, with sensors everywhere, and i think it starts beeping at me at the slightest thing, not something i can live with!

cheers anyways matey

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..thinking about it the immobliser would kick up a fuss if you ripped it out wouldnt it :(


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