Help - Alarm immobilser kicked in

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  1. Lindylooj

    Lindylooj Read Only Funster

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    Hi all, we are hopefully off to the Chester rally tomorrow but when hubbie went to get van ready the alarms went off and in his annoyance and pressing all buttons in a random order, now cant turn on the ignition and a permanent red light in on. Help required in how to turn this off without upsetting neighbours again. We did not inherit a code with the system. Also am not mechanically minded. Did try phoning supplier but they closed at 5pm last night.

    By the way its a Scorpion 1215T2 modular alarm upgrade. I did tell hubbie that you clever lot would know :BigGrin:.

    Thanks very much.

    Lynn
     
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    Sounds like you have a flat battery

    Eddie
     
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    Van battery shouldnt be flat as it had a run out day before but worth looking at .
     
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    After twenty two years specialising in motorhome electrical issues, I wish I had a pound for everytime I heard a variation on that theme:Rofl1:

    There is no reason that the system should fail (even a Scorpion:Wink::Laughing:) try the headlights, with the hazard lights and turn the ignition on and try on the heater blower and the headlights!

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    Thanks will get hubbie to check, I dont have a b....y clue. In fact we both dont. Hubbie just thought it was the alarm as,he was messing about with it, battery didnt come into it. :RollEyes:
     
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    Hi Eddie
    Looks like you are right :thumb: I went and tried to turn on headlights and nothing. So thanks very much, hopefully driving to chester will give it a good enough charge coming from dorset.

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    If the battery has been flat a while it may be dead. Don't get caught out on the road charge battery at home for 24 hrs before you leave and then check the battery voltage after an hour off charge. If it is still below 12v buy a new one. good luck
     
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    Battery was dead, new one being fitted tomorrow morning. Thank you so much, I love this forum for all the helpful advice for those you dont have a scoobie like me. Look forward to meeting some of you at Chester. :thumb:
     
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