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Autopage Car Alarm Instructions

by Amy Moore

The Auto Page Car Alarm system provides security for your car. It features several adjustable features such as the time for the door to lock, the ignition lock, the anti-car-jacking feature and the door-ajar warning. It is important to know how to program your Auto Page Car alarm, as well as enable and disable its many features. The AutoPage Car Alarm is controlled by a remote transmitter with four buttons: the "lock" button, the "unlock" button, the "I" button and the "II" button.

Arming, Disarming and Panic Functions

Press the lock button on the remote transmitter to arm the system. If a door is open the alarm will chirp and not arm until the door is closed and the lock button is pressed again.

Press the unlock button on the remote transmitter to disarm the system. The system will reactivate in 30 seconds if the driver's door is not opened within that time.

Press and hold the lock button on the remote transmitter to activate the panic alarm in case of emergency.

Programming Alarm Features

Press the unlock button on the remote transmitter to disarm the alarm.

Open the driver's door. Do not shut the door while programming.

Insert the key into the ignition. Turn it to the "on" position and then to the "off" position three times. Leave it in the "on" position.

Press the "I" and "II" buttons within 15 seconds to select the feature to program. Press them once for "time for door lock" function; press them twice for "passive door lock" function; press them four times for "anti-car-jacking" function; and press them five times for "Door Ajar Warning" function.

Push the "I" or "II" button to enable or disable each feature.

About the Author

Amy Moore has been a writer since 2004. In addition to her freelance writing, she has worked as a paralegal, editor and freelance web designer. She has published articles in the "North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal" and the "Deseret Language and Linguistic Symposium Journal." Moore holds a Bachelor of Arts in English language from Brigham Young University.

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