Alarm

Asked by Nov 16, 2016 at 09:01 PM about the 1996 Honda Accord

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have 96 accord and the car won't start there's an
apline alarm model sec 100s everytime i try to
start the car the blue led light blinks twice. Btw i
have no remote to it

6 Answers

7,155

Disconnect car battery, before re-connecting battery back on, turn ignition switch to run position. Connect battery and it should run but you'll need to buy and program a new remote or disconnect alarm so t doesn't happen again

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Where can i get an remote from?

7,155

Depends on what type of alarm you have on it. Look at the module under the dash for a brand and model #

Its an Alpine Sec 100s

7,155

You'll have to go to an auto alarm place and see if you can buy a replacement cause they'll have to program it to your module, may have to buy a new module with it's remote control

7,155

Just saw it online for $69.00 from ebay. You might be better off buying the set

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