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Too easy! don't fool with it. My next trick related seems related to this thread. It is is enrolling a 'new' key fob. I actually found a used key fob online for sale. Its a guy who buys them off Ebay , cleans them up and clears them. He gave me instructions on how to enroll it with the alarm. Said to push the Valet button and mash the key fob button. My LX has a Valet switch. That didn't let the new remote enroll. I was going to call the guy, but since we are here. Anybody ever replace a key fob? I guess i need to find the alarm module?
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Thanks, I saw the valet switch in there. Appreciate the tip. I will look behind it for the alarm.
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The keyless lock is hooked to the dead bolt.
The car type door lock thats been disabled has been disabled because they have locked in many,many people.
The clips holding the linkage on had a habit of breaking and locking people in,or out.
Not fun,and i would never restore that lock.
The dead bolt is the best way to lock the door.
Thank you Randy, I was under the impression that keyless was hooked to the car type lock! I’ll take you advice, may be I just weld a piece of aluminum to fill the hole and paint it as if it was never there!
Thanks again for the tip!
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Thank you Randy, I was under the impression that keyless was hooked to the car type lock! I’ll take you advice, may be I just weld a piece of aluminum to fill the hole and paint it as if it was never there!
Thanks again for the tip!
what hole are you welding up?
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what hole are you welding up?
There is a hole with black plug in it that is about the size of a door lock.
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There is a hole with black plug in it that is about the size of a door lock.
Sounds like that could be part of the problem.
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Sounds like that could be part of the problem.

No kidding!
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Maybe Bruce is talking about the alarm system. I have fobs for my alarm system but not for the keyless entry.
I have a key fob that locks and unlocks the deadbolt it’s original to the coach. It’s called the Black Widow. It can also start the bus remotely. I have full set of original instructions in the box. Very complicated system.
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I have a key fob that locks and unlocks the deadbolt it’s original to the coach. It’s called the Black Widow. It can also start the bus remotely. I have full set of original instructions in the box. Very complicated system.
Maybe that is my problem it is to complicated for me. When I turn on the alarm system the only thing my fob controls is the alarm. It will set it and shut it off. My door won't lock or unlock with the fob. I have just always used the touch-pad to lock and unlock the door.
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No kidding!
Well I don’t think I’ll do anything with it in the next month so you guys can see for yourselves during the rally!
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